Parking lot at 444 Galisteo St. at Manhattan Avenue, across from the State Capitol parking building,
603-1800 Breakfast 7:30-11 a.m. Mondays-Fridays; lunch 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Mondays-Fridays;
closed Saturdays & Sundays Takeout & tailgate
No alcohol Vegetarian & vegan options
Handicapped-accessible Noise level: moderately urban-outdoorsy
Cash, checks, no credit cards
The short order
Tasty, comforting food emerges from the ’60s-era Airstream that houses Slurp, the new “itinerant eatery” parked on Galisteo Street just across the from the State Capitol parking deck. In the efficiently converted iconic trailer, Slurp cooks up three different batches of soup each day — at least one of them vegetarian or vegan — and bakes hefty focaccia, a few sweets, and croissants served at breakfast. You can keep track of each day’s offerings with Twitter and Facebook. Recommended: curried cauliflower soup, Moroccan sweet potato soup, and
green chile mac and cheese.
Ratings range from 0 to 4 chiles, including half chiles. This reflects the reviewer’s experience with regard to food and drink, atmosphere, service, and value.