BAY CITY, MI – John and Autumn Filburn’s 5-2-oh food truck brings Asian fusion street food to Bay City.
Korean tacos stuffed with slices, marinated pork and topped with fresh kimchi, shrimp tacos filled with popcorn shrimp tossed in sweet chili sauce and topped with coriander slaw, Korean style chicken wings, and special burgers are just a few of the things that will hungry customers love. find on their ever changing menu.
Most popular was the “Godzilla Hotdog,” a bacon-wrapped Koegel with Korean pork, kimchi and sriracha aioli, for $ 7. Chef John Filburn described it as “Bay City’s favorite crazy hotdog”.
Other customer favorites are the jalapeno bacon poppers burger, beef patty with jalapeno cream cheese spread, American cheese and bacon on brioche patties, for $ 10.
“It also went out of the window,” he said of the popular special.
All menu items range in price from about $ 7 to $ 12.
John Filburn, originally from Arizona, has over 15 years of experience as a chef and previously worked in country clubs and casinos. His wife is from Auburn, Michigan. They opened a business in June 2018 and traveled to the state of Michigan until the COVID-19 pandemic hit. They have spent the last few months serving customers in Bay City, where they live.
The business name, 5-2-oh, refers to their Arizona area code.
“The West Coast food and atmosphere is what we bring from Arizona to Michigan,” said John Filburn.
The menu has several staple items plus specials that change frequently.
“We like to do things that are fun, not normal, so our menu is always different,” he said.
Specials menu, hours and locations change all the time, so find it 5-2-oh on Facebook for the latest details.
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