I had seen the BBQ truck around the Greenway and caught up with them on City Hall Plaza one afternoon.
Lilian Wang was born and raised in Texas, and came to Boston for college. Missing the food, she decided to start her own line of bbq rubs and sauces.
The cornbread side is really a cornbread muffin, and it was delicious – really moist paired well with the pork.
We grabbed a slider and a cup of chowder for $7.99. A slider by itself is $3.99 which my coworker paired with a cornbread side ($2). The pulled pork was so tender and flavorful and the slider was just the perfect size for lunch.
I wouldn’t have thought that homemade clam chowder could be this good from a BBQ truck – but boy was I wrong. I LOVE this clam chowder, lighter than the traditional chowder, with tons of clams and potatoes – and a really nice smoky flavor with pieces of bacon! Awesome food on this truck, and quick, friendly service! I placed my order and had my food in under 4 minutes! I can’t wait to go back and have more chowder!
Lillian’s Smokin Rack BBQ