One cart, one great sandwich: normally I'd drone on about singularity of vision, but in La Brasserie's case, it's more a case of two birds with one stone.
The food cart, an offshoot of the Davie Street restaurant, takes the place of Kimono Koi Crepes, though one of the purveyors of the latter also helps to run this new iteration. It's a simple premise: they pick up rotisserie chicken from the restaurant, shred the white and the dark meat, serve it up with a tasty gravy and deep-fried onions to give it some crisp, and put it all on a buttermilk bun (the cart serves mostly as a reheating station).
It's a fantastic sandwich ($7, tax in): the chicken is moist and flavorful, the gravy just present enough without rendering the sandwich into mush, the onions and buttermilk bun giving that all important texture. And, perhaps even more importantly for La Brasserie, the sandwich is a genius piece of marketing for the restaurant. If you haven't thought about visiting the brick and mortar location yet, here's a great way to pique your curiosity. Two birds, one sandwich.
La Brasserie (the food cart)
On Granville Street, at Georgia