Slurp

Pasatiempo - - Restaurant Review -

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.

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