UKraft food truck opened for business in downtown St. Louis Tuesday, Oct. 23, offering a wide selection of customizable breakfast bowls, sandwiches, paninis and salads.
Matt Ratz, who owns and operates the truck with brother Mike Ratz, said the idea is to let customers build their own meals from start to finish.
Owners Matt and Mike Ratz plan to give diners a place to satisfy healthy cravings with UKRAFT. The menu will include macrobiotic breakfast bowls and sandwiches, custom paninis, soups and whole-wheat salad pockets. Diners can either build their own dish from a wide range of lettuces, proteins, cheeses, vegetables, fruits, dressings and toppings, or choose from a staff-recommended menu (called WeKraft). The latter includes items like avocado toast, a steak and cheese panini and salads.
UKRAFT food truck launched in October 2018 and is now making its way into a brick-and-mortar location. Opening late June or early July, UKRAFT Café and Catering will open on the ground floor of the Regions Center tower at 8182 Maryland Ave., in Clayton, the former home of Gourmet to Go.
UKraft food truck rolls out healthy breakfast and lunch options
The concept allows customers to order items from a set menu or "kraft" something themselves.
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UKRAFT will be open for breakfast and lunch and will offer items from the food truck as well as an expanded menu with customizable grain bowls and avocado toasts. The menu will also include a respectable coffee portfolio, soup of the day, breakfast and lunch sandwiches, and paninis
UKRAFT to open in Clayton this summer for breakfast and lunch
UKRAFT is all about quick, fresh meals “krafted” your way. Customers can pick everything from the made from scratch salad dressings to the add on toppings on their Avocado Toast for Breakfast. UKRAFT has Breakfast , Brunch, Lunch and Dinner Menus to fit your event or catering needs. UKRAFT Food Truck will take its concept to the Foundry development in 2020