About The Box on Wheels

The Box is a lunch truck and catering company based in Kirkland, Washington specializing in creative, affordable, Asian fusion cuisine and led by Executive Chef/Owner, Reis Llaneza.

Asian Fusion Cuisine

Rundown Seattle named us #1 as they count down the five best food trucks in town

August 7, 2013

Article: Park & Pork

The five must-try food trucks in Seattle

      
1. The Box On Wheels
Leave it to the Eastside to one-up us with incredible pan-Asian food from a mobile kitchen. Serving the Microsoft campus in Redmond most days, The Box’s slow-braised pork belly hum bao and chicken karaage are worth defying the traffic gods of the 520 to get to.
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The Box Selected as One of Seattle’s Must-Have Food Truck Dishes

May 22, 2013

Pork Belly Hum Bao

Recently, the website Eater asked readers to name the one food truck dish they couldn’t live without, and the tipline and comments were flooded with responses. The suggestions ran the gamut from desserts, to spam sliders, to fish tacos to the amazing dish from the little known truck you might never have heard of. Yeah, that one.

The Box on Wheels has been selected as one of 21 food trucks with big props to the pork belly hum bao and savory-sweet chicken karaage dishes.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

Affordable Asian cuisine is what The Box is all about. Based in Kirkland, it’s a lunch truck and catering company led by Reis Llaneza, formerly of Yarrow Bay Grill and Flo. What got props on this list is the pork belly hum bao ($2.75): slow braised in soy and mirin topped with a fresh slaw, served on a Chinese steamed bun. The Box’s crispy savory-sweet karaage chicken also gets a shout out.

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http://seattle.eater.com/archives/2013/05/21/presenting-21-of-seattles-musthave-food-truck-dishes.php

‘The Box:’ Asian-Fusion on Wheels

December 8, 2011

The Box on Wheels was recently featured in Kirkland Patch’s Restaurant Reviews.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

“I’m not really a ‘school’ person. I like being creative with my hands. I don’t enjoy sitting quietly to read a book,” says Llaneza who dropped out of drafting courses and found his passion in the kitchen. He graduated from culinary school in Hawaii and worked under the James Beard celebrated chef Mauro James in Oahu.

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Kirkland’s Newest Food Truck: The Box on Wheels

September 6, 2011

The Box on Wheels has been featured in Seattle Met’s Street Eatin’! Here’s an excerpt:

When the bummer economy foiled Reis Llaneza’s plan to open a restaurant, he did as many have done and decided to go mobile. That was a year ago. Now Llaneza, a vet of Yarrow Bay Grill, Bellevue’s Flo Japanese Restaurant, and a long list of spots in Hawaii, is cruising the streets of Kirkland in The Box on Wheels.

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