Fresco & Fryed, located at Otto’s Landing, serves balanced dishes that emulate worldly tastes and textures. According to the food truck’s website, Chef James DeLaRosa has over 12 years of experience in the food and beverage industry and over six years in menu design.

DeLaRosa’s artistic passion is evident in the Latin-inspired soul food, which is not only designed for flavor, but style. I ordered the Cohiba bowl ($16) with slow-roasted mojo pork shoulder, mojo aioli, pickled shallots and pickled jalapeños. It was decorated with a “fryed” plantain that rose high above the dish.

Reporter: 541-383-0304, jwright@bendbulletin.com

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