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It Looks Like Flip ‘N Patties Is Plotting A New Location

The possible new outpost could involve chairs and air conditioning

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Attention, lumpia lovers: popular Houston food truck Flip ‘N Patties appears to be plotting its first ever standalone location in Houston’s Energy Corridor.

A post to Flip’n Patties’ Facebook page teases the forthcoming location, which could join King’s Head Pub and Yogurt Yo at 1809 Eldridge Parkway in the Parkway Village Plaza. At present, it seems as if owners (and cousins) Don and Michael Jante are still hoping that the deal comes through — the post includes the hashtags “maybe” and “hopefully — to add a standalone location to their growing empire.

In addition to the original Flip N’ Patties food truck, the Jantes took over a shared kitchen at Lincoln Bar on Washington Avenue in January. In June 2017, the truck was featured on Eater’s Cooking In America video series, impressing host and chef Sheldon Simeon with its inventive Filipino-American dishes, like burgers served on siopao steamed buns and chicken pupu.

Eater has reached out to Flip N’ Patties for more details on this forthcoming location. In the meantime, fans can keep tabs on the truck via Twitter.

Ready for FnP with chairs and A/C? /// #brickandmortar #restaurant #maybe #hopefully #fnpempire #fnpfamily

Publié par Flip 'n Patties sur jeudi 28 septembre 2017