One of the first food trucks in the city, Limoncello exudes charm wherever it goes. This delightful little truck can be seen at various food festivals and major events throughout the city. As the name suggests, it serves tasty Italian fare, from pizza and calzone, to seasonal wonders such as artichoke risotto, melanzane parmigiana, and yellow fin tuna Panini. But get in quickly, Limoncello has become a crowd favorite wherever it goes.
Find out where their truck is by checking out their Facebook page +27 82 218 7252
Cafeteria Guerilla Gastronomica
An old trailer converted into a funky-retro food truck, this pop-up food truck is a complete bundle of joy. They serve warm meaty and vegetarian stews and soups in winter and lighter salads, sandwiches and wraps in summer. You can visit them every Saturday at the Neighbourhoods market at the Old Biscuit Mill. If you do, make sure you try the pan-fried macaroni with smoked bacon, warm oatmeal with stewed fruit and almonds, or slow-roast leg of lamb and malva pudding.
373 Albert Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa +27 72 126 2153
Lotus Food Truck
If you’re craving comfy and tasty Asian food in Cape Town, then Lotus Food Truck is the answer. The menu is made up of contemporary Asian street food, such as satays and beef short rib. The truck can be located at the major festivals and Cape Town events, but every Wednesday, it is parked off the Vineyard Oval Market in Newlands.
You can follow their progress on their Facebook page +27 72 128 6752
Specializing in freshly made delicious pizzas, Earthfire Pizza offers high-quality gourmet food, fast. Using their ceramic ovens, this food trucks serves delicious thin-crust pizzas with tasty toppings like parma ham, chorizo, basil pesto, and olives.
Durban’s Finest Curry
An export of the city of Durban, this food truck zips around Cape Town all week and is the best place to savour some terrific and tasty curry dishes. The menu offers dishes such as bunny chow, samosas, crayfish and prawn curry. It’s spicy, delicious and worth every bite.
Check their Facebook page for their weekly pit stops. +27 21 462 6129
Die Wors-Rol is famous for just one thing; Betsie, a gourmet wors rol (hot dog). Why should you try their Wors-Rol? Well, they use super soft white bread, toasted, a 22-cm long special pork sausage, with their own special ketchup, Bertus’ family recipe mustard sauce and thrice fried fries.
Check locations through their Facebook page +27 78 822 2885
The Rolling Olive
The Rolling Olive serves delicious Mediterranean dishes with South African and Asian influences thrown in for good measure. They source locally and believe in keeping their carbon footprint as small as possible by using recyclable and biodegradable packaging for all the food. Come here to savor delicious dishes such as gourmet hotdogs, arancini risotto balls, and pulled pork sandwiches.