Deutscher Imbiss

Authentic German Cuisine
Traditional German Soul Food

HRFTA: How did you come up with your food truck name?
Deutscher Imbiss translates to “German Snacks”. In Germany, you can find an “Imbiss” everywhere. It’s usually a small hut which serves some classic traditional German food.

  • Where are you based and what cities are you permitted? Based out of Virginia Beach, currently permitted in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Newport News and Hampton.
  • What separates your food truck from the rest? The menu – German food
  • What did you do before you owned a food truck? IT / Recycling
  • What do you like most about having a food truck? The ability to serve food to others that we really like and to share our heritage at the same time.
  • Why did you decide to join HRFTA? Being part of a group that shares the same interests can be a great resource and is good for networking as well as meeting people that are doing what you are doing.
  • Why did you decide to open up a food truck? We wanted to start a business and be self-employed and food is a passion we’ve always had, and something we’re good at.
  • Any other comments? Come Hungry – Leave Happy!
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Owners: Matthias Herkert & Anna Lissnils

Email: deutscherimbiss@gmail.com

Phone: 757-933-1307

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeutscherImbiss

Website: http://www.deutscherimbiss.com/