Randy Hu opened Bobaddiction to bring his love for Boba tea to Dallas when he noticed a lack of good options in the area. There’s currently two food trucks that serve a broad selection of Boba teas like mango green tea and blackberry black tea with real fruit! They also have mochi ice cream which is a thin layer of mochi rice around homemade ice cream, and egg waffle served with ice cream, toppings, and syrups.
Ruthie’s Rolling Café doesn’t serve your mama’s grilled cheeses. This food truck packs a mean punch with gourmet grilled cheeses the likes of which include barbecue brisket, chicken, turkey, or bacon. They even cater to those who have gluten allergies with gluten-free bread. Their desserts shouldn’t be overlooked. What’s not to love about the Nutella Nirvana which spreads Nutella and cream cheese on sourdough bread sprinkled with cinnamon sugar?
Easy Slider is Dallas’ premiere gourmet slider food truck. They currently have three food trucks that serve Certified Angus Beef, fresh-made bread, local vegetables, and homemade sauces. The menu is simple and caters to both meat eaters, with sliders like the Sweet & Lowdown — Angus Beef, bacon, goat cheese, and strawberry jam — as well as vegetarians with the The Baby Bella slider, which has a baby portobello mushroom, mozzarella, Roma tomato, and pesto.
The Butcher’s Son is a gourmet food truck with an affiliation to the Johnsonville brand. It has a diverse selection of Johnsonville products like chorizo, pastrami, beef tenderloin, and bacon used in creative ways to satisfy the Dallas taste buds. For instance, The Dead Elvis is a slider with Nutella, peanut butter, and bacon, while the Southern Hospitality is comprised of a brioche slider roll, buttermilk fried chicken tenderloin, garlic potato spread, and completed with white country gravy.
Cajun Tailgators was the first Cajun food truck in Dallas and the locals are all too happy to get a taste of Louisiana in the Big D. The owners were two LSU graduates who met in Dallas and missed the good cooking of Louisiana. The Great Food Truck Race and the longing for Louisiana food inspired the owners to start a food truck and within four months, they were rolling through Dallas serving Cajun cooking. The menu changes daily but includes Cajun favorites like red beans and rice, boudin balls, crawfish etouffee, jambalaya, and beignets.
Nammi Truck began in Dallas in 2011 with the goal of introducing Dallas to modern Vietnamese food. The menu offers unique takes and fusions of Vietnamese food like Asian street tacos as well as traditional items like banh mi sandwiches and rice or noodle bowls. There’s currently two food trucks, and at least one can be found at Klyde Warren Park at different times and days throughout the week.
Every city has an amazing hot dog serving food truck, and Dallas does, too! It’s called T.J.’s Dawg House and it offers homemade bread buns and delicious sausages, many from Chicago. Located in the Lowe’s Home Improvement parking lot in Richardson, Texas, this small food truck serves hot dogs the likes of which aren’t usually found south of Chicago. The Chicago Hot Dog has relish, onion, peppers, tomatoes, and pickles, while the Chili Dog is made with homemade chili.
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