Food on the go! – The Weirdest Food Truck Menus From Around the World

//Food on the go! – The Weirdest Food Truck Menus From Around the World

Food on the go! – The Weirdest Food Truck Menus From Around the World

From sandwiches to drinks, food trucks are now so popular that food truck owners have to come up with something groundbreaking – even weird – to tempt the palate of passers-by. Here are some of the more outlandish food truck menus to hit the road that just might do that for you.

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The Weirdest Food Truck Menus From Around the World
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From the United States

Java crunch handmade ice cream from Frozen Hoagies in Boston looks like the classic ice cream truck that used to ply the residential roads decades ago.
Spudwiches with assorted fillings look yummy from 1 Potato Two from Tuckerton
Meatloaf cups from Meatloaf-A-Go-Go in Chicago are always a surprise because they don’t look like meatloaf! They even have one topped with angel hair pasta!
Kalua pg sliders from The Spot in Des Moines serves pork cooked in an underground oven which is a Hawaiian cooking method. This food truck offers many other sandwiches from chicken to vegan.
Stuffed fish-shaped waffles is definitely a must-try for foodies in Seattle. They claim to be the first Taiyaki food truck which is comfort food in Japan.
Taco over truffle popcorn does sound strange but somehow it works and if you happen to be in the LA area, you should give it a try!
Reindeer sausage from Urban Bamboo in Alaska
Alligator with Pear taco from The Funky Taco in Boise also offers a lot of choices especially for vegans
From Different Asian Cities

Chicken feet on skewers is available in almost every Asian city and sold on the streets in carts rather than food trucks
Vietnam streets offer a variety of lovely but bizarre food ideas like worm cakes to frog legs finished off with a hot cup of Vietnamese green tea or coffee. The best part about buying Vietnamese street food is the burst of flavor and the price!
Tofu fries is a street food staple in Taiwan and aside from being healthy, it goes with almost any meal.
From Europe

Street food and food trucks in Europe are often found to have a little bit (or a lot of) American inspiration. For example, while traveling around Europe, you might come across a squid fan sandwich on French baguette with a slightly spicy siding of coleslaw or fried Spanish anchovies served with salt and lemon. While in France, there are also foie gras topping on fried potato chips with a pinch of garlic aioli!

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