Get your Korean, Mexican and soul food cravings quenched all in one spot. This truck rolls around area neighborhoods and hot spots to deliver Korean bbq tacos that will make your mouth water. Step up to the window to order from a selection of amazing tacos, quesadillas or burritos. Want something other than Mexican-sounding food? Not a problem. Switch it up with gogi bowls, kimchi slaw or homemade potsticker dumplings.
Andrew’s Bayou Ribs
Get the delicious, mouthwatering taste of the Bayou without leaving town. This food truck brings Cajun flavorings and fall-off-the-bone ribs to the streets of St. Louis. Enjoy select ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket and even snoots. If pork is not your thing, it also serves a delicious turkey leg. Find Bayou-inspired deliciousness in the downtown area, weather permitting. Discover where the owner, Andrew Simpson, will be parking his truck each day by visiting his Facebook page.
Guerrilla Street Food
Walk away from this street-side diner feeling as if you just left an upscale dining establishment. This truck’s professional chefs have revolutionized the world of food-truck eateries in the area. Filipino-inspired dishes, created from local ingredients, are the taste of what “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” saw fit to feature on one of its shows. The truck focuses on local, fresh and made-from-scratch dishes that are Filipino to the core.
2 Girls 4 Wheels!
These girls take St. Louis local favorite foods to a whole new level, serving gooey butter squares, Fitz’s root beer, St. Louis cheesesteak and Budweiser-braised brats. Find American fare at a price that is affordable. The two girls that own these popular four wheels are from the area and know what locals want. They seek to energize the downtown area at fairs, concerts and everyday lunch hours.
Lulu’s Local Eatery
Pick up some fast food from the streets of St. Louis, and sometimes as far as St. Charles county streets, without the greasy guilt. A husband-and-wife team operates this food truck that serves locally grown, fresh organic foods vegan style. They pick some of their fresh ingredients straight from the truck’s rooftop garden. Choose from a host of menu items that are also gluten free. Find where the truck is parked for the day by following it on Twitter @lulusfoodtruck, and then take your food to go and enjoy a popular area picnic spot.
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