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Sandwiches & More at Luke's Inside Out

06.30.2015 by: Kerri Ratcliffe
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Austin is a hot spot for food trucks these days with new ones popping up seemingly every single day. Since there are so many options, it’s getting increasingly more difficult to decide which to order from. I can help you out with that decision by recommending Luke’s Inside Out, my go-to food truck since moving to Austin a couple of years ago. As pictured below, it’s conveniently located directly next to Gibson Street Bar on South Lamar.

Luke's Inside Out is situated right next to the Gibson Street Bar (photo courtesy of Luke's Inside Out official website)

The trailer is owned and operated by it’s namesake, Luke Bibby, and has been in operation since 2011. Luke’s Inside Out boasts a menu filled with unique and really rather “out there” sandwiches. The sandwiches are mostly named after the animal that the meat inside comes from. Vegetarians may want to avoid The Rabbit, The Pig and The Chicken, but take note, The Vegetable sandwich is fantastic! The most popular, The Rabbit, is on grilled French bread loaded with Korean BBQ (rabbit), tater tots and kimchee. The Rabbit sandwich has even been featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives!

On our most recent trip, we ordered a few things at the f truck and took a seat inside of the air conditioned Gibson Street Bar for some drinks and free bingo (Thursday nights). Once the food is ready, they delivery it right to you inside of the bar. We started with the Mapo Fish Fingers then moved onto The Cow and The Vegetable.

The Mapo Fish Fingers consisted of chunks of cooked salmon atop crisps and topped with a spicy sweet sesame slaw. This dish was so good that we almost had to fight over the last one!

Mapo Fish Fingers

Next up was The Cow, a giant sandwich filled with smoked brisket, cucumbers, carrots, cilantro, jalapenos, and sriracha aioli. There are so many different, delicious flavor combinations in each bite.

The Cow served with crinkle cut fries

After overloading ourselves on meat with The Cow, we tried The Vegetable. The sandwich contained falafel, toasted mozzarella, spinach, tomatoes, cucumber, red onion, and love sauce.

The Vegetable served with chips

The trailer is open from 5pm – 11pm Monday thru Thursday, and midnight on Friday and Saturday. Luke’s Inside Out opens at 11:30am on Sunday for a special all you can eat buffet brunch. Be sure to check it out soon!

Luke's Inside Out Official Website

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