Best Food Trucks in Miami


Like everyone else in the US, I love food trucks. One cup gourmet food, half a cup of you-have-to-be in-the-know, food trucks provide scrumptious food at a competitive price with a dash of cool. What better way to sample Miami's diverse cultural palette and warm weather than stopping by one of the best food trucks in Miami.

The crème de la crème, Gastropod is a gastronome's dream. One of the most well established food trucks in Miami, Chef Jeremiah serves his tasty dishes out of a Silver 1960s Airstream motor home. While his food is not the cheapest in town (you can expect to pay around $ 10 per plate) it is the most 'gourmet' option as Gastropod has a reputation for exciting and unique Caribbean fusions. Favorites include Banh Mi Pork Tacos, Red Curry Duck Tacos and the famous Old Dirt Dog Short Ribs with Stupid Slaw. Is you hungry yet?

Ms. Cheezious
Mmmmm, grilled cheese. Everyone's favorite comfort food has now gone mobile with Ms. Cheezious. With over seven different types of cheese (American, Blue, Brie, Cheddar, Gruyere, Havarti, Provolone and Swiss) it's hard to go wrong. And while some food trucks go overboard trying to be swanky, Ms. Cheezious gets it right by keeping it simple and oh-so-good. Order a side of fries (I recommend the sweet potato variety) with your sandwich order and you are all set to go. For those looking to spice it up, try Ms. Cheezious's savory Grilled Harvest, a grilled Havarti cheese sandwich with spiced apples. Simply mouth-watering. It is important to note that this is one of the few food trucks that offer vegetarian options.

Dim Ssam a Gogo
How could you not love a food truck what motto is "No Frills Just Good F'n Food"? Serving Asian fusion inspirations from a truck suggesting you munch and move on, Sakaya Kitchen has a loyal following with Dim Ssam a Gogo. Feeling like Korean delicacies? Then try the critically acclaimed Banh-mi Bun made with Kurobuta Pork Belly with a side of chili sauce. If you're still hungry then try the Short Rib Chunk'd Cheesy Spicy Tater Tots or the Kalbi tacos and wash it down to with a glass of watermelon juice. With plates ranging from $ 1- $ 6, this chow will not break the bank.

Dim Ssam a Gogo also describes a shout out for its eco-friendly practices of buying organic meats and produce from local markets as well as using biodegradable and recycled cups, plates and utensils. How many Miami attractions can you boast about that?

Source by Megan Kaseburg