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.




New Orleans, LA


Ironsides Waffles



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Apparently, in New Orleans you can major in food trucks as Ironsides Waffles is actually a creation of Tulane University. Leave it to college kids to dream up a waffle truck. This is a toss up as the spin kick is delicious, but try the fowl play- duck, applewood bacon and arugula served as a waffle sandwich and topped with a berry sauce from Tulane’s own Luizza Farm.



Image Credit: Ironsides Waffles


San Diego, CA
 

God Save the Cuisine



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Eating British food in a city full of sunshine and people without crooked teeth is the perfect alternative to traveling across the pond. Try the smoked salmon served with organic greens, capers, natural yoghurt and lemon on warm flat bread with a side of truck-made potato salad.



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Mastiff Sausage Company



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A supremely talented duo of chefs have turned this truck into a rolling artisan sausage linkery that proudly describes itself as ‘Mainliness Refined’. Try the protein plate with spicy Italian sausage meatballs, house kraut and blue cheese served over a bed of lettuce and cabbage with house vinaigrette.



Image Credit: Mastiff Sausage Company


New York City
 

Souvlaki GR



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Hard to believe, but this truck serves some of the best Greek food on this side of the Atlantic Ocean. Try the pork souvlaki- tender, seasoned pork, tomato, lettuce, tzatziki sauce and seasoned fries all served inside a warm pita.



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Wafels & Dinges



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Specializing in ridiculously good Belgian waffles (wafels) and decadent toppings (dinges) like dulce de leche and Belgian chocolate fudge, Wafels & Dinges is a stop in your tracks must eat when on the streets of NYC. Try the throwdown wafel- light and crispy Belgian waffle stuffed with whipped cream and spekuloos, an absolutely addictive biscuit cookie butter.



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