The Best Food Trucks in Seattle - Rachel Teodoro

The Best Food Trucks in Seattle

It all started with the ice cream truck. Somewhere along the line, the ice cream truck evolved into the food truck and people started buying gourmet cuisine from the side of a truck. Totally normal. Everyone's doing it. In fact. there is even sometimes a social media hunt to find out what neighborhood your favorite food truck will be in. Seattle has some of the best food trucks in the Pacific Northwest. Heck, Seattle has some of the best food in general, so come hunt down some of the best food trucks in Seattle with me.




The Best Food Trucks in Seattle


When you're in search of a Seattle food truck, you have lots of delicious options to choose from. Here are three of the best.

El Camion 


Widely regarded as the best taco truck in Seattle, El Camion serves authentic Mexican food in four different locations across the city, as well as at their brick and mortar restaurant.

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the {huge} menu features classic Mexican dishes, such as tacos and burritos. But, it also includes more advanced dishes like tamales and chilaquiles.

You can order a large plate of freshly-made tacos {with fixings like fresh lime, guacamole and sour cream} that easily feeds two people AND a refreshing Jarritos soda for under $10. Ordering is super-fast and the staff is super-friendly!   

Marination Mobile 


If you're in the mood for cuisine that's hard to find anywhere else, Marination Mobile's Hawaiian-Korean inspired creations will quickly hook you on their unique blend of flavors.

Owners Kamala and Roz specialize in bringing authentic Korean heat and the 'onolicious' flavors of Hawaiian cuisine together in inspiring dishes like aloha sliders, kalbi beef tacos and kimchi fried rice.
Marination Mobile is available at a number of locations around Seattle. When they're open for business, long lines tend to materialize quickly. But, don't worry! The staff employs a perfect order system, ensuring a simple process with little wait time. What could be better than that?

Caravan Crepes 


Caravan Crepes is the brainchild of several friends who actually met at a creperie. When you're in the mood for a yummy crepe (or two), why not head out to the caravan?

There's not a huge menu. But, don't let that stop you. Savory choices include the Toulouse {spinach, wild mushrooms, béchamel and pecorino} and the Paris {gouda and black forest ham}. All savory options come with a side of sour cream and organic mixed greens.

Want something sweet? Try their chocolate mousse or strawberries and cream versions. You'll be glad you did!

These are three of the best Seattle-based food trucks. Grab your appetite and your best friend and get ready for a culinary adventure.


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