Here in Ogden if you want to eat at a food truck your options are slim but brothers Brian, James and David England are hoping to bring some culinary diversity to Ogden’s food card scene. Rolling Mountain Bistro is a gourmet truck that is serving up everything from bison burgers to gourmet mac n cheese using locally grown produce and ingredients. I asked the 3 foodie brothers a bit about their truck and where you can track them down here in Ogden.
First off tell our readers a bit about yourselves.
We all love the outdoors and that is partially where the name of the truck came from. We are 3 brothers from a family of 8 children. I am the oldest, James is in the middle and David is the youngest.
What made you want to start a food truck as opposed to a restaurant?
We wanted to do a food truck so that we could take our creations to our customers. We feel that there are many places that we can provide a great convenience by having our mobile bistro come to where people work or events that need our offerings
How is a food cart experience different?
We have a fully functional kitchen on wheels and can provide food quality that is as good or better than a brick and mortar restaurant provides. The big difference is that you order at the truck where ever we are and can have the opportunity to eat great food places that you may not normally. It is a more personal experience also with us coming to you rather than the other way around.
What kinds of foods do you offer?
We offer gourmet burgers, grilled chicken sandwiches, pastas, stuffed baked potatoes, and specials daily.
Where can people find you?
Favorite place you’ve taken your food truck?
The Balloon Festival at Antelope Island last summer.
What do you love about Ogden?
Ogden is a great place that is close to the mountains with a neat historical district. With the University and lots of booming business it is the place to be in Utah right now.
3 things readers should know about you guys.
1-We are brothers
2-Combined we have worked about 25 years in the restaurant industry
3-We want to change the perception of mobile food in Northern Utah.