Nimbuya, the popular South Florida burger truck & pop-up concept, will soon be settling into a permanent Orlando commissary kitchen, according to co-owner Maria Escalona. The kitchen will be found at 3601 Vineland Road, within suite 1, next to Mr. Meal, and will serve as the production space behind the brand’s pop-up appearances in various Orlando metro neighborhoods.
“Nimbuya is about making burgers for friends and family,” the brand states on their official website. “Anyone that has felt in love with the Juicy Lucy like we have it’s already part of this.”
The Juicy Lucy, referred to above, is an “80/20 beef patty stuffed with Cheddar cheese, topped with more cheese and bacon, served in a potato bun.”
The brand also serves three other burgers — The Portobello Juicy Lucy (200gm stuffed with cheese meat patty serve on portobello mushroom instead of regular bread, comes with cheese and bacon), the Smash Burger (2 delicious beef layers beef smash against each other with onions, cheddar cheese and bacon), and the Yizus Burger (2 delicious beef layers beef smash against each other with onions, cheddar cheese and bacon).
No start date for the permanent kitchen has been announced.