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Food Truck Revolution gave Boston these amazing Food Truck !

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Boston's mobile kitchen revolution has been so successful that a handful of early pioneers have already parlayed their success into legit brick-and-mortar restaurants. But with so many trucks parked about town, how do you know who's got the best grub? Here's your handy guide to the top thirteen:
1. Chicken and Rice Guys @cnrguys
Chicken and rice
The name kinda says it all here. Plan on taking down a heaping plate of grilled chicken/lamb that's doused in either a white garlic or spicy red sauce (or both!) and sided by rice, lettuce, and a pita.
 
2. Bon Me @bonme
Bon me
What started as a winning entry in the Boston Food Truck Challenge contest has blossomed into three mobile kitchens and a Kendall Square storefront, all of which serve their tasty banh mi stuffed with miso-braised pulled pork (or cilantro peppercorn chicken, or Chinese BBQ pork, pickled carrots & daikon, and a house-made spicy mayo on a toasted baguette.
 
3. Fugu Truck @FuguTruck
FuguTruck While you can't go wrong with the BBQ beef tacos or pork-topped noodles in peanut sauce, the move at this mobile kitchen named for a deadly pufferfish is the double-braised pork belly buns served steamed or grilled alongside sliced pickles.
  
The Cod Squad
This roaming seafood shack from longtime Wellesley fishmonger Captain Marden’s Seafoods peddles fresh fruits de mer, including lobstah rolls and chowder. Top billing, though, goes to the fried crab cake on a "Fresh Hazel's" bakery roll with sides of fries and cole slaw.
5. Roxy's Grilled Cheese
 Roxy Grilled CHeese
These early food truck trailblazers, who now have an Allston brick-and-mortar in the works, helped make this kid food hip with their signature applewood-smoked bacon- and guac-topped Green Muenster Melt. If it's cool out, be sure to grab a bowl of roasted tomato soup as well.
 
daddys bonetown Originally launched as a gourmet seafood truck, the dude behind Go Fish! hit the reset button this Spring and -- after repainting the truck with a skull & crossbones and sexy she-devil graphics -- started grilling bacon-wrapped hot dogs and must-try buffalo burgers topped with crumbled bleu cheese and crispy fried celery root.
 
7. Baja Taco Truck @BajaTacoTruck
Baja Taco Truck  This festive lime-green roaming taqueria from a former sailing instructor brings the full Mexican monty in the form of queso fresco quesadillas, carne asada tostadas, and slow-cooked chicken burritos. You'll want to roll, though, with the San Diego-style fried tilapia tacos and side of deep-fried poblano rings.
 
Mei Mei Street Kitchen While this truck's locally sourced lineup of Asian street eats changes almost daily, do everything within your power to order the hand-rolled dumplings. They're stuffed with pulled soy/ginger-braised beef and plated with Sriracha-fried rice and pickles. And they're delicious. Trust us.

9. Lilo's Plates @lilosplates

lilo's plates It’s about time somebody brought Hawaiian food to Boston, right? One of newer food trucks on the block, Lilo’s Plates serves Hawaiian dishes like Chicken Island Curry and Loco Moco, a Japanese-style burger served with beef gravy and a fried egg, as well as rotating specials like Spam musubi, a popular Hawaiian snack made with Spam, nori, and rice.
Uyghurs (pronounced wee-gurs) are people from China’s northwest province of Xinjiang, and their food -- which blends Turkish and Northern Chinese influences -- is characterized by robust and smokey/spicy flavors. It’s also not easy to find in Boston, or the US for that matter. Until now. Thanks to a dude who used to play in a flamenco-rhumba-Uyghur fusion band in Beijing (naturally), Uyghur Kitchen is the first Uyghur food truck in the United States. When you inevitably go over to chat about flamenco fusion music, be sure to order the lamb wrap -- it’s one of its best sellers.
 

11. The Cookie Monstah @MonstahTruck

the cookie monstah The real magic behind The Cookie Monstah is that it pairs freshly baked, chewy cookies with an array of decadent ice creams from Richardson’s Farm, and the result is an over-the-top ice cream sandwich. Cookie types alternate, but you can’t go wrong with its signature chocolate chunk, snickerdoodle, or red velvet with white chocolate.

12. Wow Barbecue @iloveWOWbbq

Wow Barbecue “Chuan,” or skewers of fragrant, cumin-seasoned barbecue meat is classic Beijing street fare, and that’s exactly what the Wow Barbecue food truck dishes out. Exclusively. As in, that’s all it's serving -- chicken, sausage, quail egg, shrimp, and lamb skewers. Actually, that’s not true -- vegetarians now have the option of grilled cabbage and tofu skewers. 

13. Zinneken’s Waffles @zinnetruck

Zinneken truck So that you don’t have to take the Red Line to Harvard to score authentic Liège waffles laced with sugar cubes and topped with everything from Nutella, Belgian chocolate, and berries, Zinneken’s waffle truck now cruises around town. Do have any which ek plate has missed do let us know in the Comment below.
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How Food trucks made a comeback in Paris ? #welcomeback

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Food trucks have never been popular in Paris and have been relegated to the outskirts. The reasons are that they had an image of offering less than average quality food. Also the people of Paris are known to want to sit and enjoy their meal, and most food trucks give on the go food. But then things changed. There came the gourmet american style food trucks. The first one managed to start operations in 2011 under the smoking name “Le camion qui fume” (the smoking truck). The new food truck craze grew ever since with over 40 in the Paris region. These food trucks are ek plates personal picks among the 40.  
1. Camion Qui Fume @LeCamionQuiFume
Le camion qui fume This is France’s first food truck (yes, in the entire country). One of the first to jump into the world of gourmet burgers too. Kristin the owner has built a cult following for Camion Qui Fume by serving up the delicious likes of braised pork with coleslaw, to the BBQ burger topped with cheddar, bacon & a huge onion ring.
2. Eat My Truck @Eat_My_Truck
Eat my truck Gourmet hot dogs? Yes, Paris has them. With options like the Classic Boom and the French Kiss, you really can’t go wrong. And if you already had lunch, maybe you want to try their dessert, it's made with a banana and Nutella.
3. Le Refectoire @LeRefectoire
le refectoire If you’re in search of a burger with a little French flair, this is where you want to be. Comte cheese, homemade mayo, grilled goat cheese with honey. If you track the truck down on Sundays, you can even get the brunch menu, which includes a deliciously re-hydrating “rehab lemonade”.
4. Miss Pig 
Miss Pig Food Truck Newly opened food truck Miss Pig is all about ingredients like pulled pork, ribs, and bacon, and crazily enough, they’ve even been known to make a meatball sandwich, too.
 
5. Glaces Glazed @GlacesGlazed
Glaces Glazed
Planning to hit the City of Light in the summer? You’ll want to stop at Glazed, an ice cream truck that’s known for its slightly insane flavour combos.
  6. 2F1C  
2F1C 2F1C stands for Deux Filles, Un Camion, or “Two Girls, One Truck”, and if that means anything to you, then you have a dirty mind. Known for a more gourmet cuisine, done in a simple and creative way, they'll furnish your belly with lamb tagine with prunes, carrot soup, and classic French Moelleux chocolate cake for dessert.
7. Clasico Argentino @Clasicoargenti1
Clasico Argentino Argentinean empanadas and ice creams are served up in this small mobile truck. The empanadas are made with fresh ingredients, so you never know what you’re going to get, but you can be sure that you can top it all off with a refreshing Argentinean ice cream. A little piece of Argentina on wheels.
8. Le Camion Gourmand @CamionGourmand
Le Camion Gourmay As its name would have you believe, this gourmand food truck is for people who love good food. Farm-to-truck ingredients bought the same day they are prepared, meat that’s organic and 100 percent French, and burgers and fries that you actually can and should write home about.
9. Caravane Dorée @CaravaneDoree
Golden Caravan
Caravane Dorée serves Vietnamese dish of vermicelli noodles, salad, and meat, (super-popular in the French capital), and one devoted to sandwiches, featuring a variety of creative bread-traps, made on everything from bagels to focaccia.
  10. Mozza & Co. @MozzaandCo
Mozza & co. European cars are regularly known for being smaller and more compact than American ones, and if there’s a food truck that visualizes this, it’s Mozza & Co. The concept is a mobile mozzarella bar, with four types to choose from (buffalo, burrata, etc.), that are then paired with your choice of salads and toppings (like prosciutto and basil).
11. Cantine California @CantineCali
Cantine Califonia It’s hard to resist The Dude’s Burger, a laid-back combo of burger, bacon, Beaufort cheese, caramelized onions, and blackened red peppers. And if you don’t want to have to stand up like a sucker while eating your tacos, check out the newly opened resto, Le Dépanneur, which Fielders is also behind.
If you have your favourite then let ek plate know in the Comment below.
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LA isn't only known for its Hollywood sign anymore #FoodTruck

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Los Angels is known for the most famous Hollywood sign but that has changed now ! Taco trucks have always been a staple of Los Angeles culture. New food trucks are popping up every day, and they're not just taco trucks anymore! After food trucks like Kogi BBQ entered the scene in 2008, the game completely changed. Gourmet food trucks started slinging creative dishes like Asian-Mexican fusion tacos, sushi burritos and East Coast lobster rolls, things that you wouldn't normally find in a basic taco truck. Here are our favourite food trucks in Las Angeles which is a must try if you visit LA. 1. The Lobos Truck - @TheLobosTruck The lobos truck They serve American Comfort food with a twist! The serve WACHO which is  waffle fry and Nacho. We use criss-cut potato fries "waffle fries" and top them with Nacho toppings. Complex flavours and decent portions are just some of the things that make The Lobos Truck special.   2. Kogi BBQ - @kogibbq kogi bbq No list is complete without Kogi BBQ that started the food truck craze in Los Angeles and led to his other ventures. Melding together Korean and Mexican flavours, the folks behind this veteran food truck fleet whip up complex tacos and burritos with fillings like Korean spicy pork and short rib, as well as a kimchi quesadilla.   3. Cousins Maine Lobster - @CMLobsterDALLAS Cousins maine lobster Cousins Maine Lobster is actually owned by a pair of cousins who ship lobster from Maine over to Los Angeles. Their serve amazing Lobster Roll which is a grilled bun with melted butter on it, stuffed with warm, chunky pieces of lobster in it and their Maine Lobster Roll uses mayo and chilled lobster chunks.   4. The Grilled Cheese Truck - @GCTLosAngeles The grilled cheese truck Every time The Grilled Cheese Truck rolls on by, everyone salivate a little. After the fact that you could have a grilled cheese sandwich made with BBQ short rib, mac and cheese and caramelized onions. Comfort food at its best that gets you reminds you of your childhood.   5. Green Truck - @GreenTruck Green Truck Green Truck lives up to its name, not only by powering its roving mobile with leftover veggie oil and having a solar-powered commissary, but with their eats as well. They use locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible for their health-conscious meals, like the Cali Kale Bowl made with organic kale, mushrooms, quinoa, Gilroy garlic, shaved raw beets and carrots; tossed with lemon, sea salt and pepper; and sprinkled with sesame seeds. They also sell  coconut water and raw vegan energy bars, offering up proof that fast food doesn't have to be bad for you.   6. Coolhaus - @CoolhausLA Coolhaus Coolhaus puts a fun twist on your ice cream truck. Its where the folks inside let you decide what goes into your ice cream sandwiches. You get to choose from a bevy of fresh cookie options like snickerdoodle and red velvet to creamy ice cream flavours like salted caramel and honeycomb. Plus, they add a wrapper to the sandwich that is edible, so that's pretty cool.   7. Jogasaki Sushi Burrito - @JogasakiBurrito Jogasaki Burrito

L.A. based food truck Jogasaki Sushi Burrito is definitely having some fun with their unique take on sushi. Their “mobile” menu consists of familiar sushi combinations, as well as more adventurous items such as spicy tuna nachos and salmon ceviche tacos, all served up in a convenient on-the-go fashion.

8. Seoul Sausage Company - @SeoulSausage Seoul Sausage company The dudes behind Seoul Sausage sure know how to pack a lot of Korean flavour into their fusion dishes. Their galbi sausage roll is topped with a garlic jalapeno aioli and kimchi relish, while their spicy pork sausage is complemented with an apple cabbage slaw. People love their Flaming Balls, which are kimchi fried rice balls with spicy pork served with their garlic jalapeno kimchi sriracha aioli sauce. 9. Mandoline Grill - @MandolineGrill Mandoline Grill Their sandwiches are made with your traditional pickled carrots and daikon on a 12-inch crusty french bread roll, topped with jalapenos and cilantro. Even though they offer meats like grilled pork and chicken, it's nice to know they also cater to the vegan crowd with their tofu options.   10. Carb & Nation - @CarbandNation Carb and Nation These guys may be newcomers on the food truck scene, but not in the culinary world. They bring LA sandwiches, homemade sodas (with flavours like hibiscus and mint, and kaffir limeade), and other gastropub fare. They also offer sides like chorizo-stuffed, bacon-wrapped dates.   11. Dogtown Dogs - @dogtowndog Dogtown Dog We know L.A. is home to the bacon-wrapped hot dog, but Dogtown Dog fulfills dreams of putting all the glorious toppings on top of them. If you've ever thought about eating hot dogs as a breakfast item, their Morning Commute dog is bacon-wrapped and topped with sunny-side-up egg. Their California Dog features arugula, basil aioli and fried onions.   12. Komodo - @komodofood Komodo Komodo brings you street food with a gourmet twist. Mixing 100% fresh high quality ingredients and unique flavours, Komodo was created by a world class chef and designed to bring high style, high quality restaurant meals without compromising value & taste.   13. India Jones - @IndiaJonesCT India Jones Indian food is relatively underrepresented in Los Angeles. With authentic restaurants clustering all the way out in Artesia, it can sometimes be challenging to find deftly spiced dishes in the heart of LA. Chef Sumant Pardal took to the streets to serve up his take on, well, street food. There are few other places you can get a frankie, essentially an Indian burrito of a roti stuffed with fillings like lamb, paneer, and mushrooms. There's also taco chaat, if you're feeling Indian-Mexican fusion. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

Hadippa!!! Home food at Foodipa.

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Foodipa is a Food truck run by the Kapoor family. Reethika Kapoor runs this business along with her parents . Before the Food truck, Reethika worked in an Investment Banking firm, while her parents were into food catering. Coincidentally one of their family friend was selling a food truck, so they jumped to grab this opportunity and  decided to buy it. It took them a few months to get their food truck made according to their vision which they had in mind. Foodipa truck They launched their food truck on 30th August 2015 at the 1st food truck festival in Bangalore. The name Foodipa is very catchy and can has a ring to it ! But interestingly enough the name wasn't thought out by Reethika or her parents, instead they ran a Facebook post where they asked the people to suggest names for the truck ! and Voila " Foodipa " was born . Foodipa food truck They serve 100% Swadeshi food like Chaats, Parathas, lassi, etc. They usually serve during lunch time and their food consists of Sindhi and Punjabi cuisine. The mastermind behind all these amazing dishes is Reethika's mother. She is the headchef of both the truck and catering business. Foodipa food truck Bangalore being a metropolitan city, you will find people from all over the country working here. In-spite of that, the most commonly received feedback from the customers is that, the food of Foodipa makes them homesick as it reminds them of their mom's home food. Foodipa truck They have had many weird requests from their customers. One that stands out was when a customer wanted Pav Bhaji without aloo (Potato), but before you start running your brain to Jain pav bhaji STOP! the customer wanted the aloo (Potato) substituted with paneer (Cottage Cheese). Ek plate can only imagine how it would taste and it doesn't take a head chef to realize it would taste bloody amazing ! (We think :p ) foodipa Social media has played a very important role in promoting their food truck all over Bangalore. They use facebook to keep their customers updated about their location and any menu changes. Their future plan is open up a restaurant within a years time. Ek plate wishes Reethika and her family the best of luck for all his future endeavors and hope to see her and the truck on the street :P Reethika Kapoor owner of Foodipa Bangalore. Address: Basavanagar, Indira Nagar, Whitefiled, Bangalore, India 560037 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."]" data-sheets-userformat="[null,null,8961,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,4,0,null,null,null,8]">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Facebook If you are a food truck owner or have a food story let us know in the comments below ! Ek plate would love to hear from you and if we like it, you will be featured in the next Blog post :) Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. ek plate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ek plate and ek plate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

11 #FoodTrucks in Toronto worth waiting in a que.

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The growth of the food trucks scene in Toronto is very interesting to say the least. They have seen some food trucks disappear from the local landscape but there have been more than an equal number of new trucks who have elevated the street food experience all together. Dishing up impressive diversity in street foods which will make you want to say  'give me ekplate' (one plate) of the amazing street food like roti, rice balls, samosas, regional BBQ etc. Below are food trucks in Toronto that are worth the lineup and wait. 1. CAPLANSKY’S “THUNDERING THELMA” | @caplanskytruck Screen Shot 2015-12-20 at 3.54.53 pm This place is Nicknamed 'Thunderin Thelma' after this beloved Nana and Thelma Goodman. Caplansky's Deli Truck aims to transform street food in Toronto. They serve classic smoked meat sandwiches with a pickle on the side. Make sure you save room for the maple-bacon doughnuts.   2. El Gastrónomo Vagabundo | @elgastronomo [caption id="attachment_2074" align="alignnone" width="600"]El Gastrónomo Source[/caption] El Gastrónomo Vagabundo is an award-winning pioneer of Ontario gourmet street food movement, offering a continuously changing menu of globally inspired gourmet cuisine.  Spurred by the increasing popularity of mobile street food in North America, El Gastrónomo Vagabundo is the first mobile food truck of its kind in Canada, featuring gourmet tacos, tapas, southeast Asian dishes, and garden fresh salads. Lovingly nicknamed “El Gastró” by its fans, the truck was featured on the hit Food Network Canada series Eat St. 3. BLUE DONKEY STREATERY | @bluedonkeytruck Blue donkey They are taking Toronto by storm. Straight up Greek street food including gyros, calamari, and feta poutine throughout the city! 4. Rome’n Chariot | @romenchariot rome'n chariot Rome'n Chariot is Bringing Italian Comfort Foods to the Streets! They are available for private catering, dinner parties, weddings, corporate lunches and more! 5. I LOVE CHURROS | @Panchosbakery i love churros Mexican Bakery specializes in churros, chosen as best Churros in Toronto. The first Mexican Bakery In Toronto & Best Churros in town. 6. GORILLA CHEESE | @gorilla_cheese Gorilla cheese Gorilla Cheese is Canada's first mobile food truck specializing in GRILLED CHEESE SANDWICHES!! All different types made with the best ingredients and prepared with love! You'll also love our tomato soup made from scratch! Whether you like to keep it original or get fancy with sharp cheddar, green apple and maple syrup, Gorilla cheese has you covered, for the sweet tooth nutella, strawberries, mascarpone cheese whipped with marshmallow spread, on cinnamon raisin bread. 7. HOGTOWN SMOKE | @hogtownsmoke hogtown smoke Toronto's original mobile Barbecue Smoke House. They cook it the right way: low and slow in their truck's on-board smoker. They also cater weddings, office parties, music festivals and private events. 8. BESTIA | @bestianera Bestia BESTIA is an award-winning food truck in Toronto. They specialise in real Neapolitan pizzas. Their dough is naturally leavened and cooked in a wood fired oven at a an insanely high temperature rendering it soft, slightly chewy with a blistered cornicione. Other options include roasted meat sandwiches, salads and dolce specialties. 9. BEAVER TAILS | @BTMobileGTA beaver tails Located in over 115 points of sale from coast to coast, BeaverTails Canada Inc. has been serving up Canada's quintessential dessert for over 30 years. These sinfully delicious whole-wheat pastries were inspired by a family recipe and are now served in some of Canada's most prestigious leisure sites and luckiest neighbourhoods.    10. GOURMET GRINGOS | @GourmetGringos Gourmet Gringos Toronto’s first Latin street food vendor Gourmet Gringos can be found cooking up authentic tacos and homemade empanadas. 11. BUSTER’S SEA COVE | @bustersseacove busters Busters Sea Cove has been a staple at the St Lawrence Market in downtown Toronto for over a decade. Known for their fabulous fresh grilled fish, calamari, fish and chips, locals and tourists alike have made their spot a downtown favourite. If you’re craving something sweet too, try their key lime pie! Are you from Totonto? and we have missed your favourite food truck in this list then let us know in the comment below. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. Ekplate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ekplate and ekplate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

Why is the 1st Food Truck in India called- SuperSuckers ?

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Chef Karan Malik owner of the food truck in Delhi called SuperSuckers  started his food truck adventure on 22nd August 2013 and claims to be the first food truck in India. He completed his studies from William Angliss Institute, Melbourne in the year 2012. He started working along with his college friends for few catering company in Melbourne.  super sucker He wanted to come back to India to his family and had a business idea, but was quite unsure as the food truck concept was almost non existent in India. So he took advice from his teachers and fellow chefs and they gave him the confidence to go ahead with the idea. He came back to Delhi by end 2012 and started researching about the food truck concept and people who could help him in Delhi to customise his food truck vision. He used up all his saving as an investment in his business, which fortunately has given him great returns . super suckers 1 The name SuperSuckers definitely raises a few eyebrows ! OK, But before you let your mind wander, Chef Karan and his friends came up with the name because they decided to serve salads that they planned, would suck out all the unwanted toxins out of the body. Unfortunately this idea didn't work out as planned, with not a lot of traction they decided to change what they were offering. But the name stuck :) They began with Indian Fusion Street Food, which his customer were hooked the moment they tried it.  Some of his amazing creations include Desi Burrito's, Fries, Naan, Kathi roti etc. super sucker food truck He has a moving food truck and loves going to new places meeting new people. He especially enjoys helping people become aware about the mobile vehicle concept. Even though he has a moving truck his best location and where he visits frequently is Delhi NCR as his customers always urge him to come there. super suckers food truck Social Media has played a really important role in spreading the concept of Food Truck in India. He has catered at many events like NH7 in Delhi, Supersonic Goa and many more ! His future plan is to have a Chain of food trucks and bulk production of consumer edibles. Other than operating the food truck he is a restaurant counselor too. Ek plate wishes Karan the best of luck for all his future endeavors and hope to see him and the truck on the street :) Karan Malik owner of SuperSuckers Delhi. Address: New Delhi, India 110076. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. If you are a food truck owner or have a food story let us know in the comments below ! Ek plate would love to hear from you and if we like it, you will be featured in the next Blog post :) Source Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. Ekplate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ekplate and ekplate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

Top Dubai tourist attraction it's not the Burj Khalifa, it's these amazing Food Trucks !

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Over the past few years, food trucks have become an integral part of the food industry, and thanks to a few people, the UAE has finally caught on. Other than convenience, these mobile eateries offer fresh fare at reasonable prices. Whether your taste buds crave burgers, mac ‘n’ cheese, gourmet fish finger sandwiches, or spicy chicken with rice, food trucks are a great option for finding a unique and delicious meal. 1. Calle Tacos calle tacosThe first Mexican food truck in UAE. They provide fresh and authentic cuisine to locals and tourists who are looking for a taste of Mexico in the big city. The menu at Calle Tacos features a variety of traditional Mexican fare including burritos, nachos, quesadillas and of course, tacos. Customers can choose from a selection of proteins, toppings, and sauces for a customized meal that will suit any taste. Instagram: @calletacosua Source   2. Ghaf Kitchen ghaf kitchen Ghaf Kitchen is a boutique events and party catering service. They cater for private parties, company function, pop up restaurant and street food style events. Ghaf Kitchen, a “made in the UAE” success story, was founded in 2014 by David O’Brien, an industry veteran with more than 30 years of restaurateur experience under his belt and a passionate foodie. Ghaf Kitchen provides personalized and bespoke catering services, from a private party to corporate events, pop-up restaurants, gourmet street food style events and food production, with or without their iconic 1959 Citroen H van. Instagram: @ghafkitchen Source  3. Jake's (The Food Truck Dubai) jakes Once Dubai cottoned on to the joy of the burger van, the brains behind Jake’s decided it was time to take this a step more left field again. So, Jake’s doesn’t just serve burgers, its serves burgers in a bagel. They have a passion for food and their taste buds will take you on a beautiful journey. They will constantly surprise you with choices so stay tuned!! Instagram: @thefoodtruckdubai. Source   4. Melt melts MELT and MORE brings you guilt-free treats! It's no fun having a treat and feeling guilty afterwards! This is one of few Dubai food trucks conveniently moored in one location: just outside JA Ocean View Hotel at the far end of JBR. Founded by two Dubai mums, Melt serves frozen treats, but with a healthier edge, including non-fat frozen yoghurt, 100 percent pure fruit ice lollies and a range of dairy- and gluten-free drinks too. Instagram: @meltfydxb Source   5. Salt salts The first of the gourmet burger van gang, Salt rules the roost at Kite Beach. The menu is minimal but high class, with patties made from wagyu beef. Choose a single or double, served ‘classic’ with cheese and pickles, or the spicy ‘hook’ with cheese and jalapenos. For non-cow eaters, there is also a deep-fried chicken burger. Instagram:@findsalt Source   6. Vida Food Truck vida food truck The whole kitchen-on-wheels thing is fast become so mainstream in Dubai that even the big hotel groups are getting in on the act. The first to do so were the canny crew at Vida, who have a 1970s Airstream parked permanently outside Manzil Downtown Dubai. Chef Spencer Black and crew will, however, uproot for private events. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it./en/index.aspx">Source   7. Yum Tingz yumthingz These guys are not really as Caribbean as they sound, but don’t let that deter you from giving the menu a try, because you’ll find some very yummy ‘tingz’ on it. Think burgers, including a camel meat option, sides such as truffle fries, and salads including roasted root or quinoa tabbouleh. Instagram:@yumtingz Source   8. The Spot the spot This caravan in Al Mamzar Beach serves up flavours of America’s Deep South including a succulent chicken sandwich and 100 per cent Wagyu beef burger, flamed grilled with a smoky taste. It’s worth visiting to experience their top-secret special sauce. Source Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. Ekplate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ekplate and ekplate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.

Is Delhi the Food Truck capital too??

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Delhi is the capital of India, with so many options of food trucks can we also call it the food truck capital of India.The concept of Food trucks has given birth to many young entrepreneur in India. Culinary students, home cooks have started their own food truck business all over India. Delhi is a place where you can find Indian, Mexican, american, Lebanese name it and you have it, I am not talking about restaurants; food trucks they have it all. Almost every cuisine is available at food trucks in Delhi. The best thing is that most of these food trucks are moving which gives them a wide range of customer exposure. Below is a list of Food trucks in Delhi that you should definitely try. 1. Super Sucker Super suckers delhi SuperSucker is said to be India's first real food truck. With the passion and love for food Karan Malik has bought the traditional american cuisine along with american cuisine he also serves Asian Fusion, Mexican cuisine. His moto is to serve fresh and wholesome food & super healthy beverage to his customers. Address: New Delhi, India 110076 Contact: 098715 47714 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source 2. Frugurpop Frugurpop Frugurpop food truck serves Gourmet Mexican Popsicles made with 100 percent natural fruit with no added colour or flavour, and no preservatives. Within the range of Rs. 100 to Rs 200, you’ll find an exclusive variety along with sugar-free ones. Fruity, chocolatey or creamy, you’ll find what you want here. Keep an eye on it as it is beginning to become a household name. Address: Sushant Lok 3, Sector 57 Gurgaon, Delhi NCR - 122003 Contact: 08171719777 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source 3. What the Truck what the truck The first truck was started by Gaurav Gianchandani in 2014. Now, he owns about five to six trucks. This is the first Food truck in NCR that brings you mouthwatering delicacies fresh off the grill. This unique mobile food truck has a full kitchen onboard and is solar powered, making an effort towards reducing the carbon footprint. So keep checking out their page for more info on location and food. Address: Sector 29, Leisure Valley Road in Gurgaon. 9810337934
Contact: 098103 37934 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source
4. Oh Buoy oh bouy This is your one-stop shop for everything from breakfast to Mexican, Lebanese, Italian and Continental food. They have also got the batman wings to fly anytime to your place with the fast and warm online food delivery service. Ultimately they have everything of food in their food truck.  Address: E-94, Sector 63, Noida, India 201301 Contact: 096540 00911 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source 5. Drifter’s Café drifters cafe Drifters Cafe serves some delicious South-East Asian meals. Amazing Thai curry, momos, spring rolls and their signature dish is the corn cakes. Inspired from the carnival in Thailand he is giving this Modern-Chinese combination a great platform. Address: Sector-29, Behind Mainland China, Gurgaon, Haryana 122002 Contact: 099306 04885 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source 6. Eggjactly Screen Shot 2015-12-04 at 3.27.38 pm Its a Food Truck that serves Eggs, Omelette's, Waffles, Crepes, Pancakes & Beverages the perfect breakfast experience. You just wanna get up in the morning and go there to have breakfast. Their idea was to give street food a twist of health with the ingredient Egg. Don't be disappointed if you're not a fan of eggs. They also have juicy burgers, creamy pastas, crepes, waffles and wholesome sandwiches. Address: Leisure Valley Road, Gurgaon, Haryana 122001
Contact: +91 9811807878 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source
7. Forkilicious Forklicious The FIRST EVER Gourmet Food Truck of North Delhi. They serve lip smacking dishes like burgers, sandwiches, poutine, rice bowls and some coolers. Look out for chef's special items like Crispy Jerk Chicken Burger, Butter Chicken Burger, Sloppy Beans Burger and Bombay Street Style Sandwich amongst others. Address: Chaudhary Gulab Singh Marg, Pocket - A, Phase-III, Ashok Vihar, Delhi, India 110052 Contact: +91 9971210135 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source 8. Something Saucy something saucy Something Saucy is a tribute to the rich flavours and deep aroma of the gravy/curry that makes a dish come to life. They do private events and catering. Genuinely authentic Food Truck in Gurgaon with some lick smacking dishes and with the ultimate distinction of hygiene and never ending hospitality. Address: Leisure Valley, Sector 29, Gurgaon, Haryana Contact: +91 95990 45252 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. "]" data-sheets-userformat="[null,null,8961,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,4,0,null,null,null,8]">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source

9. Hollywood Kitchen

hollywood-kitchen-01 One of the newest members of Delhi NCR’s burgeoning food truck brigade offers burgers, wraps, sandwiches and main courses right off the grill. Hollywood Kitchen serves American cuisine with a healthy twist- no cheese or unnecessary additives. This makes for simple, flavourful dishes, and a decent post-work out snack. Plans to offer smoothies are also in the works. Address: Leisure Valley Road, Sector 29, Gurgaon. Contact: +91 9873547211 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."]" data-sheets-userformat="[null,null,8961,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,4,0,null,null,null,8]">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source 10. TFL- The Food Label TFL Dilpreet Singh and Ashutosh Bhatia started this food truck as to give their business idea a try. They serve amazing noodles, burgers, sandwiches, subs etc. They even have meals for a perfect on the lunch. Address: Location changes. Contact: +91 95995 00370 / 71 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source  11. Fit Food Factory 11825748_679466572154131_8288944467921600596_n Their idea is on the go meals basically meals which can be taken and eaten on the go. This concept is good for office and college going people which is their target audience. They serve healthy pastas, salad, pizza's, burgers etc. Address: Noida, Noida, India 201308 Contact: +91 88261 14127 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. "]" data-sheets-userformat="[null,null,8961,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,4,0,null,null,null,8]">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source  12. Tandoori On the way TOW Tandoor On the Way-TOW serves you a wide variety of delicious kathi rolls, tandoori momos, burgers, etc. They are the only food truck based out of South Delhi located at a walking distance from the Green park metro station." Address: Green Park metro station, gate number 3, New Delhi, India 110016 Contact: +91 9910422567 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it."]" data-sheets-userformat="[null,null,8961,[null,0],null,null,null,null,null,null,null,4,0,null,null,null,8]">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Source  If I missed any comment down below. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed within this article are the personal opinions of the author. Ekplate is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness, suitability, or validity of any information on this article. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The information, facts or opinions appearing in the article do not reflect the views of ekplate and ekplate does not assume any responsibility or liability for the same.
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