A Bellingham Foodie Blog Restaurant Reviews Bellingham Washington 98225

June 10, 2009


Filed under: restaurants — Bellinghamster @ 8:42 pm

Since discovering The Bay Leaf Mobile Kitchen, I have been keeping an eye out for the floating foodserve. Certainly not a new idea, the merchant selling prepared food stuffs on the go is ancient practice. The kitchens come in different shapes and sizes: carts, mobile home, old shipping containers. Old shipping containers? Yes. They’re being refurbished into domiciles, retail space (PUMA has retail made of 24 containers) and mobile kitchens.

Montreal’s Old Port has a new mobile kitchen. It is called the Müvbox. Daniel Noiseux, founder/owner of the Pizzaiolle restaurants, is marketing the concept to people who like to ‘müv’ their eatery from place to place. The Muvbox is a self-contained solar powered kitchen. Every night it closes shop – literally – and is reopened with a touch of a button and minimal assembly. “Container to resto in 90 seconds

They call it a modern-day reinvention of the old-fashioned canteen.

M. Noiseux’s Muvbox serves fresh local fare like lobster rolls and seafood pizza. Sounds delish! Vacation, anyone?

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