There’s A New Food Truck In Town
Salubri By The Sea is a healthy and environmentally-conscious food truck operating at Cape St Francis, by the Seal Point Boulevard Car Park writes guest writer, Craig Jarvis.
Owned and operated by Cody Futeran and Alexandra Singer, their offering is a healthy and organic menu of home-made meals and snacks, including green salads, grilled chicken and pesto wraps or ciabatta sandwiches, and grilled sirloin chimichurri wraps or ciabatta sandwiches. They also have daily specials.
They have healthy and delicious snacks on the side such as fruit kebabs, banana bread, granola yoghurt and fruit breakfast snacks as well as their delicious strawberry smoothies.
Fresh produce with all their packaging entirely compostable and bio-degradable, from their straws to their cups, Salubri has opted for the healthy and sustainable route for their enterprise, and it has already taken off.
A few good days of trading under the belt and they have a steady stream of customers, lining up for their early morning coffee, post surf meals or healthy snacks for the kids. It seems that the healthy option is paying dividends.
Alex prepares home-made iced tea for the hot days, and this has proven to be popular, and they have benches and tables set up for the customers to relax on while enjoying their food and watching the guys surf.
Situated alongside Surf Camp South Africa, on the beach, there is a natural spill-over of hungry surfers and would-be surfers, burning up their energy in the sometimes chilly waters of the Seal Point beach break.