Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu

5

Fry Me To The Moon is a Syracuse Utah based food truck; though you will find them across the state, including in Salt Lake City at events such as Food Truck Thursdays. Their menu focuses in on fried goodness, their tagline? If you want it, we” fry it.

The following Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu is dated November 2017

Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - loaded navajo taco
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – loaded navajo taco
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - loaded nacho
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – loaded nacho
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - loaded cheese fries
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – loaded cheese fries
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - salad
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – salad
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - corn dogs
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – corn dogs
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - chicken strips
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – chicken strips
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - mini donuts
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – mini donuts
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - cheesecake chimi
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – cheesecake chimi
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - dessert scone
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – dessert scone
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - scone with honeybutter
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – scone with honeybutter
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - mozarella sitcks
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – mozarella sitcks
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - onion rings
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – onion rings
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu - dynamite dog
Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu – dynamite dog

The above Fry Me To The Moon food truck menu is converted from their Facebook page.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I used to enjoy ordering from them at our workplace. They had reasonable prices and the food was good. Well, after several months, profits became more important and on their options for the topped tacos, meat went to reasonable for cost to little to practically non-existent. They then decided to heap on veggies and sauce to make it look like you were getting a mountain of food but still little meat existed and now the food was drenched in heavy sauce. Disgusting. If I want a Navajo Taco now, I’ll wait and go Navajo Hogan and get the real deal for the real value price.

Did you eat here? Share your thoughts, tips etc...