Looking at the menu--you've got 'Cool Style Wraps' ...think Baja Club (with turkey, BLT, and guac), 'Cool Bowls' (salads) and 'Hot Noodle Salads' that have cold noodles with hot goodies loaded on the top. I tried the Thai Bowl with peanut sauce which was a spicy mixture of chicken, rice, roasted veggies and noodles. The rice was overkill, but I'd eat it again. From there Longboards took an idea and ran with it. They've got 'Panini Style Wraps' which are a traditional wrap made to order and then put in a panini maker for a pure blend of perfection. Try the 'Wow! Kung Pao' with marinated chicken, veggies, and siratcha sauces or the 'Pork Luau with pork, pepperjack and a homemade Hawaiian relish.
Word of Mouth
As we were leaving I asked the owner, who makes all of the panini's, how long they had been in business. He smiled and said "Oh, about 2 years" 'TWO YEARS!" I exclaimed with the thought that I knew just about everything that goes on in Cowtown. "Yeah, it's a word of mouth thing- we don't advertise so that we can have the freshest ingredients and the best food'....I couldn't have said it any better myself.
- Wraps panini grilled to perfection.
- Fresh and healthy ingredients.
- Family owned joint.
- A Little Heavy on the Noodles and Rice.
- When they say spicy, they mean SPICY!!!