The food truck sensation changed the manner in which the world does food, and Miami is no exemption. An advanced twist on valid road food culture, these “dinners on wheels” prepare everything from basic hamburgers and French fries to diminish whole, nitrogen-imbued frozen yogurt, innovative barbecued cheddar sandwiches and customary Cuban and Latin dishes. These food trucks are a connoisseur choice to inexpensive food and frequently go about as test kitchens before a cook goes blocks and concrete.
Miami’s food truck fever has arrived at development, with various cherished arising and set up food trucks and occasions all through the objective. While food trucks are continually in a hurry by their actual nature, they can be depended upon to hit month to month meet-ups around Miami. These are only a modest bunch of the spots and occasions where you can track down Miami’s #1 food trucks.
Food Trucks? Miami has enough for you. It’s one dininf trend this city can’t get enough of. Check out the lists of the best food trucks you can find in the streets of Miami.
Looking for the best food truck burger in Miami, then you should check out this Colombian fast food on wheels. Monster burger provides the bet mobile flame-broiled beef in South Florida.
The most interesting part of all are the crushed potato sticks atop the patty, it brings this crunchy sensation and saltiness to the concoctions of sauces. You can also find of the best hot dogs there with sausage, bacon, mozzarella toppings, the trademark Monster sauce, and potato sticks.
Location: 1 Young Circle Hollywood
Cross street: at S Federal Highway
Have you ever taught of a food truck winnning an award before? If you haven’t then meet HipPOPs, the timeless dessert truck has won pretty much every award a food truck can receive.
The idea is amazing: picture this, grab a flavor of hand-made gelato, dip it in one of three chocolates and then cover it with toppings like pretzels, sprinkles or caramelized pecans. It taste like paradis in your mouth. The perfect customizable desserts.
Address: 1 N Young Circle Hollywood
Cross street: at South Federal Highway.
King of Racks
Once in a while it seems like South Florida is a grill desert. And afterward you stumble upon the desert garden that is King of Racks, a moving smoked meat retail outlet that extinguishes your grill thirst with significant pieces of custom made sweet and tart sauce. As the name would suggest, the go-to arrange here is the child back ribs, which are moderate cooked and presented with creamed corn. Notwithstanding, on the off chance that you need something that will not leave sauce everywhere all over, the brisket sandwich and pulled pork tacos will make them believe you’re square in Texas—until you feel the stickiness.
Address: 10600 N Kendall Dr Miami
Cross street: at SW 107th Ave
Transport: Bus 107
El Rey de la Fritas
Promoted as Miami’s unique frita spot, El Rey de las Fritas has four block and-mortars in Miami, in addition to its enormous yellow food truck that advances across the city. While you will not get every one of the choices accessible at its perpetual areas—like getting it finished off with a singed egg—the trucks serve the carefully assembled Cuban burger in the entirety of its exemplary wonder.
Address: 450 NW 37th Ave
Cross street: at NW 7th St
Chi-fa Street at Veza Sur
Berny Silberwasser of Bogota Beer Company and Chris and Jeremy Cox of 10 Barrel Brewing Co. from Oregon are responsible for this Latin-inspired brewery in the heart of Wynwood. Its large covered patio is just the right spot to enjoy Veza Sur’s chopp, the brewery’s version of Brazil’s popular crisp lager, plus a variety of beer cocktails developed in partnership with the folks at Bar Lab.
Address: 55 NW 25th St
Cross street: between North Miami and NW Second Aves
Transport: Bus 2, 6
Purple People Eatery
Looking for a place to get bison burger, this food truck is the best place for you to try some. The truck is a collaboration between chefs David Shipman and Michelle Duncan and it serves up some of the most unique food to come on four wheels in Miami. The main service, however, is the buffalo burger. You can get the truffled burger with quail egg, red pepper, truffle oil and goat cheese is the best thing on the menu.
Address: 120 NW 24th St
Cross street: between NW 1st Ct and NW 1st Ave
Transport: Bus 2
Witout a doubt, this taco food truck as gone ahead of its rivals in terms of meals thhey produce and services they render. Twice Butter is a Mexican-fusion spot that bolsters its menu with stuff like its namesake burger—with bacon, butter, chipotle and provolone—and tuna tartare tacos, which arrive served in delicate wonton shells rather than plain tortillas.
Location: Very consistently camped out at 2250 NW Second Ave in Wynwood.
Stuffing tacos and bao buns with all things everywhere has been a food truck staple for quite a long time, so it wouldn’t have been long until somebody begun doing it with egg rolls. This truck has, as it says, “flavors from everywhere the world” folded into rotisserie wonton coverings. There’s the Philly cheddar steak, frankfurter alfredo and simmered pork and plantains. Wash it down with natively constructed strawberry lemonade and you’ll never see egg rolls the equivalent again.
Address: 3684 W Oakland Park Blvd
Cross street: between NW 38th Ave and NW 36th Ter
Stuffing fries into a sandwich has been a respected custom since Primanti Brothers acquainted the thought with steelworkers in Pittsburgh during the 1930s. The following coherent advance is to intertwine that American thought with cooking styles from around the world, which is actually what Moty’s does so handily. This Mediterranean truck actually serves probably the best falafel, shawarma and kebabs in Miami. However, the Bomb—which comprises of falafel, chicken shawarma and French fries in a pita—is a full lunch you can eat up in less than five minutes.
Address: Moty’s is at Haulover Park (10800 Collins Ave, Miami Beach) Tue 5–9:30pm; Pelican Harbor (1275 NE 79th St) Wed 5–10pm; Deerwood Park (14445 SW 122nd Ave) Thu 5–9pm.
Taqueria los Chilangos
Taking off after a Marlins game where the group has driven you to drink, this taco truck remains as a brilliant green reference point of alcohol splashing oil, offering bona fide tacos, tortas and burritos for your late-night headache forestalling joy. It’s open during the slow time of year as well, so in the event that you end up leaving a spot on the Miami River and need some different option from extravagant eatery food, this might be your most ideal alternative.
Location: 640 NW 12t Avenue.