Monday, May 11, 2015

GREAT NEWS, Mausam Curry N Bites Indian Food Truck Serving Roosevelt Island Weekdays 5 To 8 PM - Give It A Try

Roosevelt Island is getting a bit more variety in take out food options with the arrival of a new Food Truck today.

Image Of Mausam Curry N Bites Food Truck At Tram Plaza This Evening

Mausam Curry N Bites tweets:
According to their web page:
Hi Welcome to Mausam Curry N Bites

Mausam Indian Restaurant, Bar & Banquets in Secaucus, New Jersey brings its traditional Indian cuisine served with American style to New York City. Heralded as one of New Jersey’s premier Indian cuisine restaurants, Mausam is preparing a variety of Curries fresh every day and making them available in New York City by way of Curry - N - Bites branded food vendor trucks.

The trucks offer a wide variety of Curry, rice, meat and vegetable combinations along with savory Bites including chaat, samosas and kati rolls. If you are in hurry, try the Curry Rush Menu featuring complete meals including rice, side dish and soda for just $9.

We are easy to find in New York City. Just follow us at MausamNYC using facebook or twitter or visit our website at

Mausam means Seasons, A variety of fresh food and spices for all tastes and seasons.

The Indian Food Truck will serve Roosevelt Island Monday - Friday 5- 8 PM.

The Curry N Bites Food Truck was stationed at the Tram today but plans on locating near the subway opposite Starbucks.

Roosevelt Island Food Trucks and Pier NYC From Above During Summer 2012

Welcome Mausam Curry N Bites to Roosevelt Island. Glad to have you here.

As previously reported, the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC) is seeking Food Truck Operators to serve the East River Waterfront Pier area this summer.

Hopefully, more Food Trucks will follow.

UPDATE 6:45 PM- The Indian Food Truck is near

the subway now.


Brontis Shane Orengo said...

This is great! There are plenty of places to sit and enjoy the curry on the island. (Just don't forget to put your trash in the proper receptacle when you're done!) #KeepRIClean

Westviewer said...

As of Wednesday, around 6:15, there was a NYPD van parked near the subway, but no Indian food truck.

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