Have you found yourself wondering what are the best atlanta food trucks? Or is there a food trucks festival in my city? As foodies, you better believe that if there is a food truck in Atlanta, my family has tried it. We love nothing more than discovering a new chef or food. Below we share a short list of our favorite food trucks in Atlanta. If it's not on here, it's because we haven't eaten it yet or discovered the chef at a food truck atlanta festival. We hope that you love this Best Atlanta Food Trucks post.
I have been a food truck lover since I first discovered a few in the 80's. You know…before they were even called food trucks. I have traveled around country in search of the best food trucks or mobile restaurants. I have favorites in every city but nothing is like coming home to Atlanta and sampling some of the delicious foods of our city. You never know what you will find on a weekend drive, an atlanta food truck festival or atlanta food trucks midtown. Ask yourself this. What are you hungry for today?
Best Atlanta Food Trucks
Flavors of Hawai'i
Flavors of Hawai'i – Authentic Hawaiian Shave Ice is our latest addition to our food truck list. We discovered this deliciousness at the Rock for Rescues event in Milton last month and couldn't be happier. This is absolutely the amazing shaved ice that I remembered from my high school and college time in Hawaii. The most authentic shave ice off the islands that I have had yet.
It's no wonder that the OG food truck is on here. If you find yourself in the mood for a frozen treat, after enjoying some of the delicious offerings other area food trucks have to offer, head over to King of Pops. King of Pops was dishing out popsicle before anyone had even coined the phrase food truck. Their trucks are packed with popsicles, hundreds of flavors strong… almost every one imaginable. The company also features a selection of “poptails,” alcoholic beverages with a popsicle tucked inside the cup. I highly recommend the Chocolate Sea Salt popsicle. I can't tell you about anything else because this is all I ever get!
Visit The Bento Bus for a yummy a mix of Japanese and Mexican street food at its best. The dishes are delicious and reasonably healthy. The rice bowls and Asian tacos are crowd favorites. But, the star of this menu is the sushi burrito… otherwise known as the surrito. It’s made with white rice, avocado, cucumber and seaweed along with your choice of protein wrapped in a sesame soy wrap.
The Fry Guy specializes in crispy fries with delicious toppings. Whether it's the simple street-style topped with ketchup and mayo or the Bangkok fries with Thai peanut sauce and curry mayo, there's something for everyone. The cones of fries you get from The Fry Guy are perfect for sharing, which makes it a great destination for lunch with a friend or a snack with the family.
Serving up an irresistible selection of Asian-infused Mexican dishes, Yumbii is rated one of the finest food trucks in Atlanta. A unique blend of flavors is highlighted in their Asian rib-eye beef tacos as well as their quesadillas made with Korean chili sauce and black bean corn salsa.Our Favorite Atlanta Food Trucks
The Pickle is the place to be if you're craving southern, Mexican or bayou-inspired cuisine. Customers can't get enough of the grilled chicken and green chile quesadilla or the crawfish, chicken and andouille etoufée.
There are lots of really cool events in Atlanta where they feature food trucks. We tend to hit most of them when we can. Whether we are searching for the Atlanta Seafood Company food trucks or looking for food trucks alpharetta, the chances are if you catch us on the weekends, we have visited a food truck.
Whether you are looking for a food trucks festival or you are looking for food trucks atlanta for sale, these are just a few Atlanta-based food trucks you don't want to miss! You can even get atlanta food trucks catering for your next event. The next time you're hungry, track one down and enjoy a delicious meal.
Did we miss your favorite? Leave it in the comments below so we can check it out! We hope that you are inspired by this Best Atlanta Food Trucks post.
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