Food Trucks In India
There was a time when food trucks in India were a distant dream. The closest we got to food on wheels was food wagons (which are still true for several Indian cities). With the competition in the food market rising up faster and better than Sensex these days, things have changed a lot more for several popular cities in the country. Food trucks have not only brought in the international platter on our tables, they have done with a bit of style and oodles of creativity. They don’t only serve lip smacking delicacies; they serve what most of us would like to call “comfort food”. There is something incredibly appetizing and “sexy” (we dare say) about these food trucks. There are about twenty of these and therefore we have decided to give you the list in two parts (it sort of builds the anticipation *winks*). So here’s your awesome first list to the ten food trucks in India that serve delicious meals on wheels! Save this one, note the one closest to you and chase it down!
Where: Kammanahalli, Jayanagar, Shantinahar (Bengaluru)
Started by four friends, Sudarshan M.S., Francis Xavier, Shakeel Ahmed and Chandra Mohan, De3 (a short form for The Eatery), has been treating the taste buds of Bengaluru’s people for a while now. The idea is to change the way street food has been perceived in terms of hygiene and nutrition. They hope to open a restaurant in the city someday. They offer close to 60 items on their menu, innovating and creating new dishes every week.
Burgers, hot dogs, pastas, BBQ wings, sandwiches and rolls; it’s all there.
Don’t Miss: Their chicken burger loaded with chicken salami and chicken patties, topped with drool worthy mayo and coleslaw; all packed between fresh buns.
2Eat ‘n’ Run
Where: Dadar, Mumbai
Owned by Shreyansh Madiwale and Nikhil Marathe, Eat ‘n’ Run is a small eatery that offers delish food items. Apart from their vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies, these guys offer some of the best drinks to beat the Mumbai heat. They believe in serving precooked hot meals fast for the people of a city who are always on the go.
Momos, Sanwiches and Milkshakes
Don’t Miss: Their veg or non-veg momos coupled with a cool pinacolada.
Where: Gurgaon Sector 29 (Noida)
Bored of his retail job, Vikrant Misra is the brain after this food truck that’s a gift from heaven for egg lovers. With a dream to start a café, Vikrant ultimately picked a food truck given the steep prices in the market. The truck offers over 60 egg items and each is drool worthy.
Egg items, pancakes, waffles, sausages, crepes etc.
Don’t Miss: Their chicken and cheesy messy burger and their chocolate waffles.
4The Lalit Food Truck Company
Where: Lodhi Gardens, Connaught Place, World Trade Centre (New Delhi)
This is the Lalit Suri Hospitality group’s first step towards outdoor catering services. The truck offers the best Latin American cuisines and creams Mexican from the word go. It’s worth every penny.
Crispy tacos, quesadillas, churros, tortilla wraps, burgers, fries and falafels.
Don’t Miss: Vegetarian Quesadillas
Where: Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, Sector 93A
Oh Bouy is the answer to every foodie’s quest for delectable food. Started by an engineer and two passionate cooks, the food truck serves Mexican, Lebanese and Continental food. Stop by in the morning for their array of breakfast choices. It’s too good to be true.
Burgers, breakfast choices, creamy milkshakes
Don’t Miss: Top Romain burgers, fresh strawberry and chocolate milkshake, chocolate pancakes.
Where: Andheri East, Mumbai
Looking for something healthy and wholesome on the streets? Calendar’s Kitchen is your answer to that. Its food are not only appetizing to your taste buds and stomach, but to your entire body. From low fat to high-on-protein, Calendar’s Kitchen has it all.
Salads, baked goods, everything good for your body
Don’t Miss: Chickpea salad, some baked nachos, Caesar salad
7The Spitfire BBQ
Where: Kammanahalli, Koramangala (Bengaluru)
Siddhanth Sawkar and Gauthami Shankar are every foodie’s best friends today. The truck was started by Siddhant two years ago after he returned from Italy having finished a culinary course. Inspired by his sir’s food truck back in Italy, Siddhant opened one here to check how receptive people in India are to food trucks. Their non-vegetarian meals, incredibly soft freshly baked breads and their BBQ items are to die for.
Don’t Miss: Their double bacon double chicken burger and hotdogs.
Where: H.P Petrol Pump, Vishwakarma Engineering College (Ahmedabad)
Perfect location, hot piping authentic food and some good drinks to wash it all down; M-Theories is the answer to all prayers by foodies in Ahmedabad. Nepalese, Indian and Middle-Eastern cuisines are their strengths.
Biryani, rolls, shwarma, chicken lollipop
Don’t Miss: A ho chicken roll and some hot biryani
Where: Borivali, Mumbai
FoGo is started by Neeraj Kambli, an IHM graduate and ex-Le Meridien employee. He believes that tasty, quality food should be available to all. Focusing on organic and local produce for their meals, FoGo serves you delicious dishes with extremely affordable prices. Eat away without burning a hole in your pocket.
Just about everything
Don’t Miss: Cheese and onion sausage pav.
10What The Truck?
Where: Gurgaon Sector 32, South City 2
Gaurav Gianchandani left his telecom job to pursue his passion, food. In his endeavor to provide high quality food with affordable prices, he started What The Truck. Being a foodie himself, What The Truck has everything food fanatics could dream of. From burgers to hotdogs to quintessential keema pao; it’s all here.
Don’t Miss: Chili hotdog and lip smacking keema pao
Start food hopping people!
List two coming up soon!
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