City Guide: Best Food Trucks in Dallas

May 15, 2019 0 0

Who doesn’t love a quick bite to eat? And the best food trucks in Dallas TX can easily help you get your fix. Check out this list featuring options including Tutta’s Pizza, Waffle Wagon, and The Guava Tree, and visit the additional resources below to learn more about where to get tasty food at the snap of a finger. If you want to find any of these food trucks in the Big D, remember to follow their social media accounts. Since they’re on the go, they’ll update their post with their latest location. Read on to find out more about the best food trucks in Dallas TX.

Nammi Truck Catch the Nammi Truck at the Dallas Farmers Market or Klyde Warren Park. When you order the Asian tacos with lemongrass chicken or the banh mi with pork or beef you can even request to make it spicy if you think you can handle it. Need to cool down? Sip with some Vietnamese lemonade or an iced coffee from the truck.
Easy Slider Easy Slider will have you munching down on burgers in a quick and delicious way. The classic slider with beef, tomato, lettuce is great, but they have tons of others to choose from, too. The Nutty Pig is topped in creamy peanut butter sauce, and the Black and Blue has bleu cheese. Or mix and match all three for a heavenly creation.
Ssahm BBQ Ssahm BBQ brings three styles of influence to your taste buds: BBQ, Asian and Mexican. Get the ssahm-dawg wrapped in bacon and served with jalapeno and spicy mayo. Or try the rice bowl. No matter what you order, you have to pair it with the Kimchi fries.
Cajun Tailgators Cajun Tailgators was the first Cajun food truck to make its way to Dallas, and it’s certainly some of the best in the city. Order the fried crawfish tails or the fried alligator nuggets and you’ll be wondering why you didn’t come here sooner. You can also get a side of cheese fries, just to make everything more delicious, and then top it off with beignets for dessert.
CoolHaus The ice cream sandwiches at CoolHaus are not only tasty, but unique —the label is edible, too. Choose from cookies like the chocolate chip or red velvet or more eccentric flavors like Fruity Pebbles or candy corn. The ice cream, like the cookies, ranges from strawberry and chocolate to fried chicken and waffles or horchata.
Gandolfo’s Gandolfo’s is as close as you can get to a New York-style deli sandwich in Dallas. Options like the Little Italy, which has ham, salami, and pepperoni, or the Club Met with turkey, ham, and roast beef will give you a taste of Brooklyn. You can even try a Nathan’s Famous hot dog, and then get some chocolate mousse cake for dessert.
Waffle Wagon Waffle Wagon has more waffle combinations than you could ever imagine. BLTs, Monte Cristos, and chicken salads all made with waffles. There’s options that lean more toward the dessert side, like waffles with Nutella, strawberry, and blueberries. You won’t know where to start, and you’ll also realize you’ve went without a waffle burger for your whole life.
Tutta’s Pizza At Tutta’s you can get to taste delicious pies like The Smoky Pig, which has pulled pork, bacon, five different kinds of cheese and BBQ sauce on it. Another popular option is the The Cool Chick, with chicken, avocado, and bacon. No matter what you order, you’ll leave stuffed.
Little Greek Little Greek will suffice in lieu of a trip to the Mediterranean for the time being. Its chicken gyros and pita is authentic as you can get. You can also try the Olympian Dual Meat Pita, which has chicken, lamb, and garlic sauce.
The Guava Tree If you love Cuban food you definitely have to pay a visit to The Guava Tree. Try the pan con lechon, which is a slow-roasted pork sandwich, with a side of Yuca fries. Then you can get the Cuban donuts, which have a guava and cream cheese filling.

Cheat Sheet

For dishes on the go, find out more about the best food trucks in Dallas TX here:

Complex – The 10 Best Food Trucks in Dallas

Eater Dallas – 15 Essential Dallas-Fort Worth Food Trucks

Thrillist – The 9 Best Dallas Food Trucks Right Now

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Christina Elia

Assistant editor Christina Elia is currently pursuing her BA in Art History Communications at Fordham University, and writes about various topics ranging from arts and culture to practical tips and how-to advice. She has been published on online platforms such as The Odyssey. You can follow her on Twitter via @stinaelia

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