Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up's Flavoursome Finale: Water Square, Falmouth
Chef André Sewell, also known as André Cooks.

The Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up wrapped its culinary road tour at Water Square, Falmouth, Trelawny, on Wednesday, May 31. The event drew eager food enthusiasts and loyal Pepsi customers alike, ready to savour a delightful fusion of flavours crafted by Chef André Sewell, widely known as 'André Cooks.'

The menu featured an array of dishes artfully infused with a splash of Pepsi magic: The Oakwood-Smoked Pepsi BBQ Pork Belly, paired harmoniously with a delectable Roasted Garlic Potato Salad, delivered a tantalising blend of smoky sweetness and savoury satisfaction; the Fried Chicken Sandwich with Plantain Butter, so expertly complemented by French Onion Buttermilk Coleslaw, created a symphony of flavours on the palate.

For dessert, patrons were treated to Pepsi Chocolate Pots de Creme, garnished with Coffee Granola and topped with a dollop of vanilla whipped cream.

Despite a brief downpour, the event was a resounding success, with patrons enjoying the innovative flavours and engaging in lively interactions with content creator Chad Luchey and MC Teddy from IRIE FM.

Yanique Dawkins, brand coordinator for Pepsi-Cola Jamaica, expressed gratitude to loyal consumers for their unwavering support. "It was heartwarming to witness the positive reception from the public. We extend our deepest appreciation to the people of Jamaica for embracing this initiative and making it a remarkable journey," she said. "The Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up initiative showcased the deep connection between Pepsi and Jamaican culture, particularly in the realm of food. Throughout the journey across the four locations, Pepsi not only provided a unique culinary experience but also celebrated the vibrant flavours that make Jamaican cuisine so beloved."

The other Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Ups were at New Kingston for Carnival Road March; Main Street, Ocho Rios; and Mall Plaza, Half-Way-Tree.

As the final pop-up event came to a close, it marked the end of an unforgettable culinary journey, leaving a lasting impression on the local food scene and in the hearts of those who experienced it

With precision and passion, Chef André prepares his mouth-watering fried chicken sandwich with plantain butter and French onion buttermilk coleslaw, skilfully layering flavours and textures.
Fried chicken sandwich with plantain butter and French onion buttermilk coleslaw.
Pepsi Chocolate Pots de Creme with coffee granola and vanilla whipped cream.
Nothing beats an ice-cold Pepsi!
Rosalee Hickling attempts to shake off clothespins attached to her to win a prize for the game.
Keniesha Gibbs (right) receives a prize from Pepsi Brand Ambassador Ruth Wright.
Patrons are treated to a delicious experience by Chef André Sewell for the fourth Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up held in Water Square, Falmouth, on Wednesday, May 31.
Pepsi-Cola Jamaica Brand Coordinator Yanique Dawkins takes a bite of the oakwood-smoked Pepsi BBQ pork belly made by Chef André Sewell.
Chef André's oakwood-smoked Pepsi BBQ pork belly and roasted garlic potato salad.
Content creator Chad Luchey relishes a bite of the delectable fried chicken sandwich.
Jevaughn Jenkinson is the first customer of the day.
Kerry Miller stops by the Pepsi Food Truck Pop-up for lunch from Chef André.
Granville Jacobs stands beside his Pepsi handcart after receiving a case of Pepsi and a selection of merchandise in Water Square, Falmouth, during the Pepsi Food Truck Pop-Up on Wednesday, May 31.
Pepsi Brand Ambassador Kerry-Ann Morrison pours Pepsi for Clarke Harrison.
Pepsi brand ambassadors (from left) Ruth Wright, Fantaja Walker and Kerry-Ann Morrison keep patrons entertained in Water Square, Falmouth.
Meliesha Small (left) tries to keep up with Pepsi Ambassador Kerry-Ann Morrison's dance moves.
Zaniella Hyatt takes the lead in the Pepsi version of a potato race.

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