The first stop on ;Eat St.; is Los Angeles, to visit the traffic-stopping Grilled Cheese Truck, serving gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches like the Cheesy Mac’n’Rib.
At Oregon’s Brunch Box, outrageous items line the menu, like the Redonkadonk, a massive burger with a fried egg, spam, ham, turkey and bacon stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches.
At the Frysmith Truck in Los Angeles, diners get a heaping serving of crispy Belgian style fries with toppings like kimchi with Kurobuta pork belly and cheddar cheese.
Seattle’s Maximus Minimus, a giant chrome hog-shaped van with a built in snout and sunglasses, is world famous for its mouth-watering pulled pork sandwiches.
Both a spectacle and a gourmet delight, the World Fare BUStaurant in Los Angeles delights lunch-goers with its South American inspired dishes – all served inside a mobile double-decker bus.
In the heart of New York’s financial district, Ed’s Lobster Kiosk serves some of the most extravagant, and expensive, street food in the world including their signature lobster rolls.
Named the best street food by Good Morning America, the Marination Mobile in Seattle features inspired Korean-Hawaiian dishes like the kimchi rice bowl.
Chi’Lantro BBQ, a popular mobile truck serving Korean-Mexican inspired tacos, burritos, quesadillas and burgers in Austin, Texas, zests things up with a little cilantro in nearly every dish.
Stefania’s Pierogi Truck in New Jersey is named for the owner’s 86 year old grandmother who is still helping to serve up the truck’s traditional Polish dishes well past retirement age.
From gourmet hot dogs to hot and spicy meals like jerk chicken; authentic Scottish-style fish and chips to architecturally inspired ice cream sandwiches, sample updated classics from food trucks.
From burgers with homemade bacon jam to personalised falafel sandwiches and empanada-style pocket pies, these food carts serve up mouth-wateringly gourmet menu items.
For gourmet burgers with a side of heavy metal, head to Grill ;Em All, a rockin; mobile trailer in Los Angeles.
Things get rolling at Roli Roti, a mobile truck in San Francisco with a built in chicken and pork rotisserie, which serves up succulent sandwiches topped with ;crispy skin”.
Pick up your grease-stained roadmap to the tastiest, messiest and most irresistible street food. From Tijuana-style tacos served out of an Airstream trailer to pizzas baked in a brick oven on wheels, food cart fare is the hottest trend going. Meet the food mavericks with creative takes on mobile meals.
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