I had better luck with fried chicken. The meat is tender and simply seasoned. The exterior is crisp (did I mention that already?) and not greasy. You can order a plain fried-chicken sandwich or the "Chicken Parmesan," which is topped with provolone and marinara. There's also a grilled-chicken sandwich, with provolone and a roasted red pepper and sun-dried tomato spread. (All three are priced at $7.)

Not in the mood for fried food? If you're lucky, the homemade salsiccia special will be available: a plump, fennel-spiked sausage with sautéed onion and green bell pepper, served on a soft bun. Pair this — or anything, really — with Sicily Streat's French fries. They're the best thing the truck has to offer, the potatoes sliced medium-thick and cooked to that perfect balance of crunch and softness.

The "Yadi Hottie" taco, a World Series special, featured Yucatan pork, Sriracha-cha (a cream-based sauce made with Sriracha) and a white-cheddar blend. See more of Jennifer Silverberg's Cha Cha Chow photos here.
Jennifer Silverberg
The "Yadi Hottie" taco, a World Series special, featured Yucatan pork, Sriracha-cha (a cream-based sauce made with Sriracha) and a white-cheddar blend. See more of Jennifer Silverberg's Cha Cha Chow photos here.

Location Info

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Cha Cha Chow

St. Louis
St. Louis, MO 63139

Category: Restaurant > Street Food

Region: St. Louis - South City

Sicily Streat

6614 Clayton Road, 401
St. Louis, MO 63117

Category: Restaurant > Italian

Region: Richmond Heights

314-239-2832; www.chachachow.com; @whereschacha (Twitter)
314-440-2636; www.sicilystreat.com; @sicilystreat (Twitter)

T-ravs, chicken Parm sandwiches, sausages with peppers and onions: This isn't exactly trailblazing cuisine in St. Louis. Give Sicily Streat credit, though: The siblings seem to have scoped out a few landing spots where the stuff's not within arm's reach.

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