Two things I really like are clever truck conversions and great food. Combine the two, and you get the best food trucks in the world. There's more to it than the Wienermobile.
Be careful, these images might make you feel very, very hungry.
It's a red step van with green doors. What's the big deal? Not much, but I have to agree with MixItUp:
Vegan food trucks seem a little bit of an oxymoron to me. Nothing from a food truck should be particularly healthy, at least in my opinion.
Call us old fashioned. Still, nice van!
Double deckers are used as restaurants all over the world, and it's easy to see why. They're not just stylish, but also very spacious inside, with proper tables on the upper deck. Open top versions like the Worldfair Food Truck are fantastic in summer!
Once again, this is not that weird, it's just as awesome as step vans can come. You've got grilled cheese, you've got Star Wars, you're happy.
On one hand, Japanese puffer fish can be deadly poisonous. On the other, that's why it takes years to get a licence to sell Fugu. Do you trust the crew of this baby?
Giovanni started in 1993 operating out of a converted 1953 bread truck. Ed Hernandez from El Paso was the first customer who signed the van, and the rest is history...
TheDailyTurismo likes the place:
Gotta be Giovanni's Shrimp Truck on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. You'd swear you'll get hepatitis by just looking at the graffiti'd sides and ramshackle construction, but it is the best damn garlic shrimp plate you will ever have, ignoring future liver issues. It is usually parked on the north side of the island in the middle of nowhere and there is always a line.
You might think it's just another step van wire-wheeled to bare aluminum with some Mexican food, but it has a few surprises. This is the crew's uniform of chaos:
bigfatlip is correct, this has every right to be here:
The Del Popolo pizza truck is literally made from an old container truck, plus: it has a FRIGGIN PIZZA OVEN IN THE BACK!
The only way to keep it authentic!
The Space Shuttle Cafe was converted from the fuselage of a Douglas DC-3. This is how they built it. Much cheaper than asking NASA.
Believe it or not, there's a food truck that's even better than the Wienermobile. But only one.
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It's a rolling iron pig designed by Colin Reedy serving pulled pork sandwiches. Life doesn't get much better than this.
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