Food Network's Food Trucks Guide

In this guide, you'll find all the food trucks that have been featured on Food Network shows.

Chomp Chomp Nation — Irvine, Calif.

Husband-and-wife team Robert Zuetell and Gina Galvan run Chomp Chomp Nation, a food truck that features Singaporean flavors in modern form. Guy loved the crunchy, sweet and salty crab cake topped with slaw and spicy ketchup.
Recommended Dishes: Crab Cake, Lamb Burger
As Seen On: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Wafels and Dinges — New York

Wafels and Dinges specializes in sweet and savory Belgian waffles that have turned Sunny Anderson into a fan. "Dinges" refers to the wide variety of toppings offered.
Recommended Dish: Wafel of Massive Deliciousness
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Grill 'Em All — Los Angeles

The giant cheese-filled tater tots, named H-100s, from Grill 'Em All will explode in your mouth in rock 'n' roll fashion. It's one of Beau MacMillan's favorites.
Recommended Dish: H-100s
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Coolhaus — Austin

Inspired by their love of food and architecture, Freya Estreller and Natasha Case came up with the name Coolhaus for their truck, which features unique ice cream sandwiches.
Recommended Dish: Balsamic Fig and Mascarpone Ice Cream Sandwich

Camille's on Wheels — Kailua, Hawaii

Camille's on Wheels specializes in tacos done up in global style by former film set decorator and food stylist Camille Komine.
Recommended Dishes: Chimichurri Beef Tacos, Mango Pie
As Seen On: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs — Denver

Biker Jim's offers hot dogs and sausages made from different game meats, but it's the Elk Jalapeno Cheddar Bratwurst that Chef Susan Feniger won't stop raving about.
Recommended Dish: Elk Jalapeno Cheddar Brat
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Leonard's Malasadamobile — Honolulu

Local Hawaiians, like Iron Chef Chairman Mark Dacascos, know that nothing beats a malasada (Portuguese doughnut) from Leonard's. The one filled with haupia (coconut milk custard) is a customer favorite.
Recommended Dish: Malasadas with Haupia Filling
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

El Gallito — Chula Vista, Calif.

El Gallito's tortas ahogadas are one of Marcela Valladolid's favorite street food dishes when she wants something fast. The name roughly translates to "drowned sandwich," which in this case is made of pork covered with two spicy sauces.
Recommended Dish: Tortas Ahogadas
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Hello My Name is BBQ Truck — Charleston, S.C.

In Charleston, Roger Mooking and Aarón Sánchez went on the search for the hottest street food and found the Hello My Name is BBQ Truck, which offers a fiery meatloaf sandwich.
Recommended Dish: Meatloaf Sandwich
As Seen On: Heat Seekers

Spencer on the Go — San Francisco

Spencer on the Go Chef Laurent Katgely succeeds in creating perfect on-the-go renditions of classic French food, such as his escargot pops served on a lollipop stick.
Recommended Dish: Escargot Puff Lollipops
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Diggity Doughnuts — Charleston, S.C.

Diggity Doughnuts in Charleston is known for its signature doughnuts. Roger Mooking and Aarón Sánchez sought out the peanut butter and Sriracha combination.
Recommended Dish: Peanut Butter and Sriracha Doughnut
As Seen On: Heat Seekers

The Treats Truck — New York

Baker Kim Ima serves all kinds of sweet confections from cookies to crispy treats in her mobile sweets shop, The Treats Truck. Her signature dish of Dessert Nachos is made of cookies, brownies and chocolate frosting.
Recommended Dish: Dessert Nachos
As Seen On: Kid in a Candy Store

Guerrilla Street Food — St. Louis

Chef Brian Hardesty and co-owner Joel Crespo crank out Filipino street food in their truck, Guerrilla Street Food.
Recommended Dishes: Blue Crab Ceviche, Pancit, One-Inch Punch
As Seen On: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Seti's Polish Boys — Cleveland

Seti's Polish Boys offers a sandwich that Iron Chef Michael Symon says "not even a silly Philly cheese steak" can top. The Polish Boy is made of a hot dog in a hoagie roll topped with fries and hot sauce.
Recommended Dish: Polish Boy
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Kogi Korean BBQ — Los Angeles

On the Kogi truck, Chef Roy Choi takes Korean ingredients and flavors and puts them into tacos and burritos. Adam Gertler calls the all-natural, grass-fed beef short rib taco "a flavor bomb" in your mouth.
Recommended Dish: Korean Short Rib Tacos
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Don Chow Tacos — Santa Monica

Don Chow Tacos fuses Chinese and Mexican cuisines to create such unique dishes as Chimales (Chinese-Mexican tamales).
Recommended Dishes: Tacos, Chimales
As Seen On: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

A&M Halal Food Truck— Philadelphia

You can find the A&M Halal Food Truck parked in an alley behind Drexel University. It may not be easy to find, but Robert Irvine loves the falafel omelet hoagie.
Recommended Dish: Falafel Omelet Hoagie
As Seen On: The Best Thing I Ever Ate

Luke's Inside Out — Austin

Inspired by French cuisine, Chef Luke Bibby creates some of the most unique sandwiches in his truck, Luke's Inside Out. The Rabbit is made with rabbit braised in Korean flavors and topped with kimchee.
Recommended Dishes: The Rabbit, The Shrimp
As Seen On: Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Melt Mobile — Stamford, Conn.

Melt Mobile offers ooey-gooey grilled cheese sandwiches made with the best ingredients: applewood smoked bacon, herb-baked country ham, and even strawberries and mascarpone.
Recommended Dish: The Insanewich
As Seen On: 3 Days to Open with Bobby Flay

White Rabbit — Canoga Park, Calif.

White Rabbit features Filipino fusion food in the form of tacos, nachos and burritos. Its claim to fame is a six-pound burrito. Those who finish one make the hall of fame.
Recommended Dish: The Six-Pound Burrito
As Seen On: Outrageous Food

Sugar Philly - Philadelphia

For French macarons and other homemade sweets on the go, Duff Goldman found the Sugar Philly truck roaming the streets of Philadelphia.

Recommended Dish: Milk and Honey Macaron