A food truck, mobile kitchen, mobile canteen, roach coach, gut truck, catering truck, or (in Austin, Texas) food trailer, is a mobile venue that transports and sells food. Some, including ice cream trucks, sell frozen or prepackaged food; others resemble restaurants on wheels. Some may cater to specific meals, such as the breakfast truck, lunch truck or lunch wagon, snack truck, kebab trailer (UK), break truck, or taco truck. This list includes notable food trucks companies, and is not a comprehensive list of all food trucks companies.
Notable food trucks
- Big Gay Ice Cream Truck – New York City
- Burger Theory - Adelaide, South Australia
- Chef Jeremiah – Miami, Florida
- Chi'Lantro BBQ – Texas (Austin, Fort Hood, Houston)
- Clover Food Lab – Boston, Massachusetts
- Coolhaus – Southern California, New York City, Austin, and Dallas
- Don Chow Tacos – Los Angeles, California
- Grease Trucks – Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
- The Grilled Cheese Truck – southwest United States
- The Habit Burger Grill – as of November 2017, has a fleet of nine food trucks
- The Halal Guys – New York City
- Kelvin Natural Slush Co. – New York, New York
- KIND Movement – tours the United States
- Kogi Korean BBQ – Los Angeles, California
- Korilla BBQ – New York City
- Maximus/Minimus – Seattle, Washington
- Pincho Man – Miami, Florida
- Pølsevogn - Literally meaning "sausage wagon", these food trucks are endemic to Denmark and are a staple in most towns.
- Taco Bus – Tampa, Florida
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