Known as the “Live Music Capital of the World”, and for their craft beer and interesting art scene, Austin is a highly visited city. Their Texas-sized love for great beer and music extends to food, too. You’ll find a plethora of bumping food trucks throughout the city. From humble taco trucks, Thai joints and permanent BBQ trailers, there is something for everyone. Here are seven of the best food trucks in Austin.
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Chef Luke Bibby cranks sandwiches up a notch with his legendary Austin food truck. Sink your teeth into any one of his famous handcrafted sandwiches like The Pressed Pig or The Shrimp.
Soursop is any Asian fusion lovers dream. Creativity is what they do best with fusion style ‘fili cheesesteak’ and fried chicken sandwich smothered in sambal mayo and sweet soy.
Head over to Churro Co for delicious and perfectly crispy handmade churros. Two childhood friends from Juarez had a dream of bringing a piece of home to Austin, Texas and that’s exactly what they’ve done with Churro Co.
In the heart of East Austin, you’ll find Micklethwait Craft Meats. At this humble food trailer, they do quality, flavour and hospitality like no other. Take your pick from their famous smoked sausage selection and grab a seat at one of the picnic tables.
At the Dee Dee Thai food truck, you’ll find a little bit of Northern Thailand in Central Texas. Run by husband and wife duo Justin and Lakana, they specialise in market-fresh tastes and authentic Thai street foods.
Valentina’s Tex Mex BBQ is the lovechild of all things Texas BBQ and Tex-Mex. Their menu is loaded with perfect fusions of the two cuisines. With menu items like cerveza beef fajitas and salt smoked brisket, you can’t go wrong.
Traditional Haitian food is brought to life at Kreyol Korner food truck. Here you’ll experience the best of Haitian cuisine, music and hospitality. One of their mottos is “Spreading the love of Haitian food one Texan at a time.”
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