Trucks For Sale In Miami – Like everyone in the US, I like food trucks. One cup of gourmet food, half a cup of you-must-know-know, food trucks provide delicious food at competitive prices with cool. What better way to taste the diverse palette of Miami culture and warm weather than to stop by in one of the best food trucks in Miami.
The creme de la creme, Gastropod is a gastronome dream. One of the most established food trucks in Miami, Chef Jeremiah serves delicious dishes at the home of an Airstream Silver 1960 motorbike. Although the food is not the cheapest in the city (you can expect to pay around $ 10 per dish), it is the most ‘gourmet’ choice because Gastropod has a reputation for interesting and unique Caribbean fusion. Favorites include Banh Mi Pork Tacos, Red Curry Duck Tacos and Old Dirt Dog Short Ribs with Stupid Slaw. Are you hungry
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Mmmmm, grilled cheese. Everyone’s favorite comfort food is now mobile with Ms. Cheezious. With more than seven types of cheese (America, Blue, Brie, Cheddar, Gruyere, Havarti, Provolone and Switzerland) it’s hard to be wrong. And while some excessive food trucks try to be magnificent, Ms. Cheezious fixes it by making it simple and oh-so-good. Order fries (I recommend the type of sweet potato) with your sandwich order and you are ready to go. For those who want to add it, try the tasty Cheezious Grilled Harvest, a grilled Havarti cheese sandwich with marinated apples. Pretty tempting. It is important to note that this is one of the few food trucks offering vegetarian choices.
Dim Ssam a Gogo
How can you dislike food trucks whose motto is “No Frills Just Good F’n Food”? Serving Asian fusion inspirations from trucks that suggest you chew and continue, Sakaya Kitchen has a loyal following with Dim Ssam a Gogo. Feel like a Korean dish? Then try Banh-mi Bun which has been critically praised made with Kurobuta Pork Belly with a side of chili sauce. If you are still hungry then try the Chunk’d Short Tomato Crispy Bone Tots or Kalbi tacos and wash with a glass of watermelon juice. With dishes ranging from $ 1- $ 6, this chow will not damage the bank.
Dim Ssam a Gogo also deserves to be shouted because of its eco-friendly practices of buying organic meat and products from the local market as well as using recyclable and biodegradable cups, plates and equipment. How many attractions in Miami can that boast?
Want to try everything?
Consider taking a tour of your personal food truck in Miami. Book your Tuesday night for the Biscayne Triangle Truck Round-Up (or as the locals call it, BTTR). Located 1700-1846 NE 127th St, North Miami, this weekly food truck party starts at 5:30 pm and lasts until the last meal is served, usually around 10:00 a.m. There is plenty of green space for picnics and carrying blankets or garden chairs for a relaxed dining experience. Of course, remember to bring cash.
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