Lastnight Adam and I got into a "debate" (not really an arguement, but we didnt agree with eachother at all) about food trucks. At the event we went to all the food trucks had a limited menu (usually 4 or 5 items) and the prices varied. Generally speaking a large sandwich was 8$, 2 fish tacos is $8, smaller items (like 3 raviolis) was $5, and some places had some things for more than $10.
What is more important to you if you were going out to eat at a food truck - the quality of food compared to the price you are paying, or the quantity of food compared to the price you are paying?
I accused adam of being one of those "super sized" people, where you need to get a huge ass pop, a huge ass fry and a burger to feel like you are getting a value, while I am more interested in trying something new and interesting that packs a lot of flavour and it doesnt matter how much I get for that price.