Business venture

Mexican Food Truck: New Business Venture

Some of the burritos offered by the Los Tres Pollitos Foodtruck. Taken from their Facebook page.

Jonathan and Yadira Barbosa, from Mapleton, thought for a year about opening their food truck, Los Tres Pollitos.

Jonathan and Yadira Barbosa. Photo submitted.

Yadira’s home-cooked meals have been enjoyed by many people, Jonathan said.

“When my brothers come hunting, they seemed to enjoy it,” Jonathan said. “And we did a fundraiser for a local church.”

They parked the food truck in Bronson on weekends when it worked with his schedule, he said.

“We are positioned at the old service station on the highway. 54 in Bronson,” he said. “The property is owned by Perry’s of Perry’s Pork Rinds.”

They also do catering.

“We also implemented at Uniontown Elementary School their continuing education for teachers (in October),” he said.

To discuss the catering menu and prices, please call one month in advance at (620) 215-4247, he says.

“There are a lot of options and the prices depend on what they would like,” Jonathan said.

The Barbosas are a busy family, Yadira is a full-time mother to the couple’s three children and is pregnant with their fourth child.

Jonathan owns a fencing business and is also a contractor for a Kansas City company that installs in-ground pools, he said.

Yadira is the sister of Lupe Santana, owner of La Hacienda restaurant in Fort Scott. The brother and sister are from central Mexico.

But they decided to launch their new business, a Mexican food truck, called Los Tres Pollitos Mexican Breakfast and Street Tacos on October 9, 2021.

Food Truck Los Tres Pollitos sells out at the old Bronson Gas Station, when their schedule allows. Taken from their Facebook page.

Their offerings are Mexican breakfast burritos and street tacos made with chicken, steak or chorizo.

They have three types of house salsa. and also offer chicken or cheese quesadillas.

“All homemade, like you would on the streets of Mexico,” he said.