Austin’s Yumé Burger Visiting The Texas Food TruckFest In Dallas

by Jerry Stewart

Austin’s Yumé Burger is hitting the road and joining food trucks from all over the state at the first annual Texas Food Truck Fest in Dallas. Founders Eric Silverstein and Mark Tamiso will showcase their delicious and innovative Japanese-inspired burgers and hot dogs, like the JapaJam and the Yume Dog.         

Yumé Burger pays homage to the Japanese burger that co-founder Eric Silverstein grew up eating while living in Japan. With Eric’s know-how and fellow co-founder Mark Tamiso’s chef skills, the two have adopted the Japanese hamburger and introduced it to Austin. The innovative burgers and hot dogs at Yumé Burger showcase the savory Japanese flavors with the traditional American recipes as their foundation.      

The event features more than 30 food trucks from all over the great state of Texas, entertainment, live music and a full roster of family friendly activities. In addition to sharing their tasty dishes, the food trucks are rolling into Dallas in support of the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Presented by U.S. Food Trucks, Texas Food Truck Fest will donate 15% of their admission proceeds to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society of North Texas.

Here is a menu for Yumé Burger:

Po-Ku Burger
All beef hamburger, seared pork belly strip, creamy wasabi slaw, Japanese pickles

JapaJam Burger

All beef hamburger, Japanese tomato jam, jalapeno jack cheese,
fried egg, Japanese BBQ sauce, crispy onion strings

Yumé Dog

Quarter pound all beef hot dog, wasabi mayo, tonkatsu sauce,
nori strips, crispy onion strings

Roppongi Dog

Quarter pound all beef hot dog, seared pork belly,
pickled daikon/carrot salad, spicy chili mayo, wasabi sesame seeds

Texas Food TruckFest

Friday, May 11  Kick Off  5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Saturday, May 12  Block Party  11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Valley View Center Mall
13331 Preston Rd.
Dallas, TX 75240

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