The 10 Best Food Trucks in New York City
1. Kelvin Natural Slush Co. Truck
Kelvin Natural Slush Co. is a premium, all natural slush company that roams the streets of NYC in a big blue truck. 2010 Vendy Award Best Dessert Winner.
2. Tony Dragon’s Grille
Founded in 1986 by Antonio Dragonas, Tony Dragon’s Grille started off as a small stainless-steel push-wagon: the platform from which Antonio would begin selling hot dogs and pretzels and eventually lead to what has become an institution of fine gourmet Greek/Mediterranean food. From common hot dog pusher to pioneer street-burger flipper to artisan chicken-breast griller, Tony’s commitment to continually reinventing himself quickly gained him the attention of some of New York’s most prominent media outlets (The New York Times / New York Post), as well as a slew of loyal customers. Now 30 years later and a Food-Truck at that: the mission has been further elevated so that quality-fresh food could mean a lot more. Wild Salmon, Free-Range Chicken Breast, USDA Choice Rib-Eye Steak, and an expanded selection of fresh Mediterranean Salads. We promise to align our supply-chain in a more sustainable fashion moving forward, when it is possible for us to do so.
New York, NY
3. Yogi Korean Cart
General Electric Building can be on your route by default, the clients’ recommendation is to come to this restaurant. Delicious is the most suitable description for spicy porkat Yogi Korean Cart. Yelp gave this place the score of 4.5.
4. DiSO’s Italian Sandwich Society
Disos Italian Sandwich Society is a NYC food truck that offers up the highest quality and authenticity of Italian sandwiches on the streets on New York City.
Being able to display what Disos serves and who we are as a company on such a platform like the Food Network is a dream come true to any person who’s career is working with food and feeding people.
5. Veronica’s Kitchen
Veronica’s Kitchen serves amazing soul food with a down to earth vibe. Its a low marketing food truck/stall, and its only way of standing out is the amazing smells coming from it!
New York, NY
6. GoGo Grill
Sandwich cart set to start 2013. Menu will feature 2 vegetarian sandwiches, 2 meat sandwiches, soup, salad and housemade chips. The latest and greatest in NY!
New York, NY 10004
7. The Halal Guys
The Halal Guys are the pioneers of American Halal Food. American Halal Food features a flavor profile that can’t be replicated in any other cuisine format, featuring flawlessly cooked, premium quality Halal meats that are seasoned to perfection and a melting pot of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors that are sure to delight. Once you have had a taste, you will understand why New Yorkers and tourists alike have stood in the city’s longest food cart line (sometimes for hours) to get a hot, steaming platter of chicken or gyro over rice, covered in The Halal Guys famous, proprietary White Sauce.
The New York Post calls The Halal Guys “perhaps the city’s most famous open-air dining destination.” The Halal Guys is the #1 Most Yelped business in all of NYC, and in the Top 3 Most Yelped businesses in the entire United States.
8. Sammy’s Halal Food
Sammy’s Halal Food offers the absolute highest quality halal to our customers. We are passionate about providing our customers with truly delicious options including chicken over rice, lamb over rice, and falafel. We have years of experience, and it is easy to tell once you try our food. Sammy’s Halal has even won prestigious Vendy Awards for our food’s excellence. Don’t take our word for it, order today and see what everyone is talking about. Sammy’s Halal Food truly stands out from the crowd. We guarantee you will love it!
New York, NY 10011
9. Uncle Gussy’s
Our specialty is the Tzatziki sauce, traditionally used in Greek Cuisine; our sauce leaves our customers wanting more. This wonderful and delicious sauce is prepared from scratch by our mother. We use nothing but the finest and freshest ingredients.
New York, NY 10154
10. Wafels & Dinges – Herald Square
It was the summer of 2007, when the King of Belgians, Albert II, got word of soggy “Belgian waffles” in that far away Land of America. They were found in obscure diners, made of pancake batter. “These so called “Belgian” waffles are a disgrace!” So his majesty commissioned the Special Forces from the Ministry of Culinary Affairs, Department of Wafels. He knighted Thomas DeGeest to “Special Envoy for Wafels”, and later crowned Rossanna Figuera as “Ambassador of Good Things”. Wafels & Dinges was born. It all started with a ‘68 Chevy Truck roaming the streets of NYC. “Wafels & Dinges’ mission shall be to give America’s “Belgian waffles” a serious upgrade”, Albert II declared.