In the last decade, food trucks have become all the rage for authentic and delicious cuisine sold in a fast efficient way. This trend has exposed more and more creative chefs to the public that perhaps we might not have known about otherwise.
We decided to highlight some of our favorite food trucks on the west coast to try out this winter. If you’re a resident in the Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles or San Diego areas, you’ll want to keep scrolling. You’ll find some authentic and high-end ramen, gastropub dishes, tacos, crepes, and Maine style lobster, plus lots of yummy desserts thanks to the food trucks in your cities!
Our Favorite Food Trucks on The West Coast
Craving authentic ramen? Find it on the streets of the city by the bay with Kurotaka.
When cookie dough ice cream isn’t enough, you can get the real deal at DoughP.
Can’t pick one food truck for lunch or dinner grub? Check out the SoMa Streat Food Park for a variety of yummy cuisines. Plus this unique Streat Food Park sponsors the Food Truck Soiree happening every week at L Seven Apartments!
Favorite Food Trucks of Los Angeles
Buttery Maine lobster isn’t usually a staple in L.A., but thanks to this food truck franchise Los Angeles locals can enjoy this authentic east coast meal.
From an eggplant taco to yellowfin tuna tostada, Guerrilla Tocos offers a fresh take on authentic Mexican cuisine.
Delicious and simple soft serve ice cream that doesn’t require toppings to taste good in the name of the game for this local L.A. food truck.
If craft pizza is such a thing, URBN is your go to. Perfect to pair with a San Diego craft beer, which is essential for San Diegans!
Need dessert or ice for your next event or party in San Diego? Sweet Treats should be your go to with both an ice cream truck and a separate dessert trucks with plenty of unique treats.
This gastrotruck is a top pick for catering events that want not only delicious food but also stylish cuisine.
Whether you prefer savory or sweet, you’ll definitely want to find this yellow truck on the streets of Seattle to satisfy your crepe cravings!
Gastropub meets carnival treats is what eat bread and circuses is all about. No need to wait for the annual fair to get your fair food fix.
You can find fluffy and warm handmade biscuits plus all the fixings from this food truck reminiscent of the olden days. Plus they have root beer and cherry cola!