The City of Boston makes it super-easy to patronize your favorite food truck vendors, by providing residents and visitors with a handy Food Truck Schedule. It’s totally worth it to take a look! In the meantime, here are three popular options to consider.
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese (http://www.roxysgrilledcheese.com/)
When Food Network featured Roxy’s Grilled Cheese on “The Great Food Truck Race,” this mobile eatery had already secured it’s claim to fame. One quick look at the menu proves it.
Roxy’s Grilled Cheese specializes in giving you the meltiest, cheesiest grilled cheese experience ever! Constructed with a variety of cheeses including Vermont Cheddar, Fontina, Pimento, Swiss and Muenster, these grilled cheese sandwiches are like NO other.
For example, one of the most popular menu items, the “Mighty Rib” consists of a Fontina grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with caramelized onions and barbecue braised beef. In case you’re in the mood to over indulge yourself during your visit, order up a side of Roxy’s amazing hand-cut truffle fries to go with it!
Moyzilla rolled out its mobile welcome mat in 2014, offering the city of Boston Asian comfort food like no other. Let’s talk dumplings! Along with the traditional Napa cabbage and pork dumplings, you’ll find unique combos such as cheeseburger dumplings and a Nutella version for dessert.
Yummy sides include garlic noodles, Asian-style slaw, spring rolls with green beans and mushrooms and more. Wash it all down with a refreshing glass of oolong mango ice tea!
Zinneken’s Waffles (http://zinnetruck.com/)
When you’re craving something sweet and delicious, take a few minutes to track down Zinneken’s Waffles. Why? This popular food truck specializes in making the best (authentic) Belgian waffles in Boston. And, currently available for under $5 per waffle, the prices can’t be beat.
Toppings include real Belgian chocolate, a variety of berries, bananas, whipped cream and Speculoos, the insanely addicting biscuit-like cookies native to Belgium as well.
This is just a small selection of some of the best food trucks in Boston. The question remains… which one do you want to visit first?