On the menu Sweet and savory wontons
Payment A 50% deposit is required at booking, with balance paid day of event
It all started when Kelly Kay and her friend, Kerri Watkins, ordered dumplings during a trip to Atlantic City. “You can fill this with anything; how come you only usually see cream cheese or edamame?” Kay recalled telling her friend. “So we went home and started experimenting and making our own. We had no idea what we were getting into.”
As with most new tasks done in the kitchen, it took plenty of trial and error, Kay said, but now that she’s perfected the task, she offers her wontons (she and Watkins parted ways in 2015) via delivery, farmers markets, private parties and more, both frozen and cooked.
Typically, parties run up to three hours and an unlimited amount of wontons are served for $10 a person. For Nassau clients, which Kay considers local, she will offer a menu of wontons for $1, plus a $75 travel fee. All American Wontons has something for every palate: bacon macaroni and cheese, spinach artichoke, pineapple coconut, s’mores brownie, vegan nacho, bacon, egg and cheese and many more.
Kay does not require a certain number of people for private functions; however, there is a $350 minimum to book.
The trailer is often stationed around the Island at events such as Food Truck Fridays at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Levittown, Crossroads Farm at Grossmann's in Malverne, the Village Green on Main Street in Farmingdale, and when Tri-County in Levittown reopens, it will reclaim its spot in the food court.