Vegan mobile eatery Kind Kravings hit the streets of Wichita, KS last weekend housed in a double-decker bus. The former food trailer found new life in a 14.5-foot refurbished bus imported from London that owners Rochelle Collins and Shea hauled from California to Wichita three months ago. The first floor houses a kitchen where Collins prepares menu items such as greens-stuffed enchiladas with white sauce, dumplings, veggie burgers, and cauliflower tacos. The upper level is set up to seat 30 guests, with a bar area that the owners plan to use for hosting events such as live music and comedy shows. Collins is working on introducing a breakfast menu and the duo hopes to find a permanent parking spot in the city where they can cultivate an outside garden to use in future menu items. Kind Kravings is a unique vegan restaurant that’s on trend with other roving plant-based concepts including a vegan train ride scheduled on Earth Day in Pennsylvania and a vegan cruise ship to Norway’s Fjordlands that sets sail from London this September.
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