It was directly across the street from Moma B's Soul Food, which I recently discovered is actually just a convenience store, not a restaurant.
Once I pulled up I quickly located the menu board next to the door on the side of the bus facing the street. There was a nice selection of very reasonably-priced food and I opted for the pulled pork plate with potato salad and slaw.
The barbecue on the plate was served as a sandwich, instead of the standard bread-on-the-side style. I just used a fork to eat the meat out of the sandwich and avoid the bread. The meat itself was delightfully smokey and full of flavorful bark. Everything was well-seasoned, with the peppery mustard slaw being another highlight of the meal.
I ended up being thoroughly satisfied and impressed with the $7 meal I'd grabbed on the the side of the road. If you see the good "doctor" parked anywhere around town don't hesitate to stop and get your pork prescription filled.