Food Truck Fridays with Lemongrass Cafe

Raft California Food Truck Fridays

Lemongrass Cafe serving dinners at Raft California Lotus, CA Campground every Friday!

A sample menu – always different, but with the same flair!

The Lemongrass Cafe Food Truck serves up food, lemonade and more with a smile at our South Fork American River outpost on Fridays. They have been hanging out at our Lotus Campground on Fridays from 4:00pm-7:00pm this summer. The owner, Kiki, creates unique dishes that are sure to hit the spot. There are options and customizations available as well, including:

  • kid-friendly
  • vegan
  • vegetarian
  • gluten-free
  • meat lover

Raft California wanted to offer our overnight American River trip guests an option for Dinner on Friday evening upon arrival at camp, as we do not include that as part of the trip. The Lemongrass Cafe has a been a great addition to our wide array of offerings.

Top 5 reasons we love Food Truck Friday!

  • Gives our guests arriving for a 2 day South Fork American & Middle Fork American River trip an easy, on site, dinner option
  • 1 day and half day South Fork American River rafting guests can grab dinner before they head home
  • Campers arriving for their weekend of fun and white water rafting can enjoy dinner at camp
  • Our guides are stoked to have an option right at camp

The Food Truck is available to all, even if you are not rafting with us or camping with us…stop by, say hi and get some delicious food.

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