WHAT YOU’RE EATING: Relatively diverse fare for a food truck, including options with roots in Mexican, Asian and American-influenced cuisines. Sandwiches, curries and burritos are regular menu staples.

WHO’S MAKING YOUR FOOD: Siblings Jennifer and Collin Henning have long shared a passion for cooking. Both describe growing up in a family rich with food-centered gatherings, and their brother owns a restaurant in Bozeman. Last May they pulled the trigger and opened the Chameleon, their self-contained kitchen on wheels. Because the mobile kitchen is full-service, Chameleon is set up to do on-site catering, and can change up its menu on a dime.

BESTSELLER: The most popular dish is the taco trio (your choice of slow-roasted pork, chicken, carne asada or sauteed veggies tacos — try them with habanero-pineapple salsa). Collin’s favorite is the cajun sandwich (grilled chicken, andouille sausage and peppers), and Jennifer’s favorite is the Singapore bowl.

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PRO TIP: Call ahead, 214-1372, and place your orders for pick-up.

PRICE RANGE: $5–$9.25

WHERE TO FIND IT: Located at 1616 S. 3rd St. outside the Town & Country Lounge and open 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. After Memorial Day weekend, the Chameleon will be based in front of the former Milltown Market, and usually travels to Seeley Lake on weekends. Follow the Chameleon on Facebook for update info: @thechameleon406

WORD ON THE STREET: The menu is pretty expansive, with vegan and gluten-free options available, and alternate menu items can be requested. Also, be sure to ask about the daily special, which the Hennings usually tailor to their own cravings — often some sort of nostalgic comfort food like beef stroganoff. Seasonal drinks and baked goods also make special appearances.

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