The Fifty Best Food Trucks In The US

January 15, 2017

Walk up to the fifty best mobile kitchens in the US. These food truckers stand out by serving excellent food, curbside.




Milwaukee, WI


Yellow Bellies



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It’s ok to call Yellow Bellies chickens, as this truck has only one thing on its mind: rotisserie chicken. Try the Mother Clucker- Pulled Rotisserie Chicken, Blue Cheese Spread, Organic Mixed Greens, Bernie's Bacon, Avocado, Oven Roasted Tomatoes Topped With Truck-Made Hot Sauce and served in a homemade pita pocket.



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Denver, CO

Comfortable Food



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Comfortable Food is run by a brother and sister team that is bringing comfort to Denver through straight forward, good food. Try the jalapeno popper grilled cheese sandwich- spicy roasted jalapenos, cream cheese, cheddar, pepper jack, bacon and avocado grilled to perfection on sourdough bread.



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Manna From Heaven



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Catch the Manna From Heaven food truck for a spiritual renewal of your taste buds. They have a unique take on a traditional bahn mi- spiced pork, crunchy cucumbers, pickled daikon carrots, bean sprouts, fresh herb mix, mayo/Sriracha spread on a fresh baked bolillo roll served with Japanese peanuts.



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Los Angeles, CA


Komodo



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Komodo Truck defines the ‘gourmet on wheels’ creed, serving a bevy of ‘Modern California Asian Fusion’ tacos. Try the soi taco- sweet and savory Mongolian stir fry with tempeh, fried tofu, bell peppers, bean sprouts, green onions, baby corns, jalapeno, red onions, chopped cilantro and fried shallots.  
         


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Guerilla Tacos



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Los Angeles’ street food scene is defined by a host of renegade taco trucks twisting the boundary of ordinary Mexican-inspired food. None better exemplify this attitude like Guerrila Tacos. The resume of most taquero’s don’t include a stint learning culinary techniques in Paris, but the chef behind this truck isn’t your ordinary tortilla slinger. Try the camechana crudo-  Kumomoto oyster, bay scallop, spot prawn, Santa Barbara uni, hamachi, avocado and ague de coctel.



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