April 24

Five Best Dallas Food Trucks


pastor tacos with a lime on the sideFood trucks are a great way to get delicious food without all of the waiting and business of your typical sit-down restaurant. You get all of the flavor and food cooked by people who love their business. If you’ve been wanting to try one but don’t know where, then here are five of the best Dallas food trucks.

  1. Get Some Cajun On the Go!

Laissez les bon temps rouler, or let the good times roll, at Cajun on the Go! They serve up delicious Cajun food from their location at 19049 Marsh Ln. They have red beans and rice, homestyle gumbo, and po’boys with sides, including waffle fries. Try their jambalaya or their crawfish étouffée. This Louisiana style soul food is food on the go but with the full flavor of a sit-down meal.

  1. Enjoy Tacos, Bites, and Beats

Ole! At Tacos, Bites, and Beats, their chef is continuously cooking up and adding delicious, new items to their menu. Check out their selection of tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. Some of their food options include their elote-street corn which is grilled corn with a creamy lime sauce with cheese, their tinga chipotle chicken, or their bistek beef sirloin cooked with onions, tomatoes, and spices.

  1. Grab Delicious Food at Yummy Pizza Food Truck

Eat your heart out at Yummy Pizza Food Truck. They have New-York style pizza, chicken wings, and certain other Italian food specialties. Some of our favorites are the Spiedie Steak Sandwich which has marinated steak, tomato, onion, and pepper on hero bread. They also have delicious pizza such as the eight-inch specialties with options such as buffalo chicken, meat, deluxe, and chicken pesto. They also serve gyros and kebabs. Their great menu gives you the option to choose exactly what you want for your next lunch.

  1. Get Some Seafood at Cousins Maine Lobster

Another great food truck choice is Cousins Maine Lobster. Some of their specialties include their lobster grilled cheese, lobster quesadilla, and their lobster tail and tots. They also have delicious soups such as their New England clam chowder and lobster bisque. This delicious Maine lobster is unique, freshly prepared, and perfect for any meal. If you’re looking for something a little more formal or atleast sit-down, check out some of these farm-to-table restuarants.

  1. Plenty of Spice at Abe’s Flavor Flave

Alright, last on our list is Abe’s Flavor Flave food truck. This scrumptious street taco stand is pretty impressive. You can get traditional street tacos with pork, chicken, or beef served with raw onions and cilantro. They also have veggie tacos and Tex-Mex tacos with your choice of meat served with tomatoes and Monterey Jack cheese. Not feeling like tacos? Try out their quesadillas, tortas, or nachos. They also have gyros served with lamb, tzatziki sauce, lettuce, and tomatoes, all on fresh pita bread. They are stationed at 2012 Woodall Rodgers Fwy.
Next time you’re looking for somewhere to eat or grab a meal on the go, try one of these great Dallas food trucks. They truly put their heart and soul into everything they make and it shows. Bon appétit!

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