How Have I Not Eaten at the Wiches Cauldron Until Today?

Posted by on Aug 8, 2014 in Amy's Blog | 0 comments



Earlier today, I was out with my youngest daughter. Having three children, it’s rare to get one on one time, but today just happened to be one of those days. After a busy morning, we were driving home while I racked my brain as to what we should have for lunch. Now if you’re a parent of a napping child, you know how important it is to get them fed quickly and into bed before the “pre-nap” meltdown begins! So as I drove, I thought about the quick lunch solutions, all of which seemed unhealthy and unappealing. Then I thought of the Wiches Cauldron. I had been wanting to try their food for quite some time but just hadn’t managed to get there. Today turned out to be that day.

So the following is my review of this little roadside sandwich shop. If you happen to drive along Carp Road in Stittsville, you will see the Wiches Cauldron truck parked at 1195 Carp Rd. From a distance it seems like just another food truck. But if you are smart enough to stop, you will find a selection of gourmet sandwiches, soups and desserts. Their goal: to provide gourmet, restaurant quality food at food truck prices. I have to say that they delivered!

I ordered the Southwestern Chicken Tortilla Wrap. This tasty wrap is stuffed with grilled chicken, roasted red pepper black bean pesto, monterey jack cheese, diced tomato, red onion, chipotle lime mayonnaise and spring greens. It was delicious! They served the sandwich with a side of broccoli soup (which my daughter refused to share!). The staff were friendly and the food came quickly. In front of the truck there are quaint tables set up for you to enjoy your sinfully delicious sandwich! My daughter checked the whole place out and gave it her seal of approval!

You can check out their website at, but I think it’s better to check them out in person!









The only question I have now is how is it possible that I hadn’t tried their food before today? The Wiches Cauldron is truly a Stittsville gem you must try!




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