Mexican BBQ is on the menu (and on tacos, sandwiches and salads) at roving Philly food truck Mucho Bueno.
Crepes, packed with sweet and savory ingredients that are sometimes surprising.
Andrea Capecci and her brother Nicholas are new to Phillys growing lunch-truck scene.
Its dangerous to food-shop on an empty stomach, especially at the Whole Foods in Plymouth Meeting.
Finally here: We haven't been this excited since the Surf and Turf Truck rolled into LOVE Park and we started running up Filbert Street for steak and lobster bisque. Hey, did you know there are different types of waffles? We didn't. So we tried both that Foolish Waffles co-owners Robin Admana and Florence "Flo" Gardner had to offer.
Oink & Moo has been on the road in New Jersey for about two years.
Start with the Bratwurst ($4), because if youre having German street food, you gotta start with some sausage.
Phillys artisanal porkmongers offer several tantalizing items.
This is another one of those eat a light breakfast situations.
Best-seller here is the "walking taco."
As far as we can tell, Sweet Box makes some of the best cupcakes in Philly.
Most popular menu items are the Loxsmith and the Stuffed French Toast.
Its name is what its all about. Steak and seafood. On wheels. At LOVE Park.
The menu changes, but the original "Mama's Ball" is a blend of beef, pork and veal in a homemade sauce.
The menu changes regularly, but the pig on the side of the truck makes one thing clear.
Every other Thursday, Truck Stop visits a local food truck.