- Full Name: Al's Gourmet Falafel
- Location: Near ganges
- Phone: 250-538-7573
- Expires: 27 days, 1 hour
Hello Salt Spring,
With so many new food carts poping up around Ganges we thought it would be a good time to pass on our mini-cart. This is not the regular cart you know and love but a very small version that was built a couple of years ago to fill in occasionally. It has served us well at the Saturday and Tuesday markets as well as at our weekday location but we don’t need it anymore.
The mini-cart is intended as a stationary food cart (farm stand anyone?) but can be moved using a trailer, or upgrade it to get its road license. It has 3 sinks, fresh and grey water tanks, a 110amp water pump, 110amp hot water tank, and counter space for two appliances (deep fryer and grill). You could also hang a BBQ off the back. It is VIHA certified till march 2018.
Price includes a 27″ prep fridge. Lots of potential here folks.
Serious inquiries only please.
Once again, this is our mini-cart, not our usual cart.
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