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The Best Food Trucks in Quito, Ecuador

Picture of Angela Drake
Founder, Not Your Average American
Updated: 25 August 2017
Around the world, food trucks offer delicious meals at affordable prices. It’s no different in Quito, Ecuador where the food truck concept is gaining popularity every day. Mid-week, hordes of white-collar workers flock to buy lunch on the street. Evenings and weekends, it’s best to head to established food parks dotted around the city. Either way, check out your favorite food truck’s Facebook page to keep up with their latest location.

Inka Burger

Inka Burger serves some of the best hamburgers in Quito. With more than 14 different varieties, it might take more than one visit to figure out your favorite. Check out their latest location on their Facebook account.

La Shawarmería

Looking for excellent falafel or tasty chicken shawarma? La Shawarmería is the food truck for you. Follow them on Facebook to find out exactly where their food truck will appear next.

¡Qué Sabor!

¡Qué Sabor! makes some of the best Colombian food in Quito, including arepas liberally stuffed with beef, chicken, or black beans. To find their latest location, check out their Facebook page.

Ven a comerte estos deliciosos tequeños acá en @elciclistafoodplatz

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Pepitos Grill

Looking for a great gluten-free option to a hamburger or taco? Check out Peptios Grill and their sandwiches made with fried green plantains “buns.” Find their latest location via their Facebook page.

Y tú, como prefieres el patacón? de carne mechada o pollo? proximamente también podrás pedirlo de pernil y asado negro…

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Freesia

For scrumptious homemade noodles Italian-style, look for Freesia. They also make a mean beef milanesa with tomato sauce and cheese, served on a bed of french fries. Currently, they hold court at the Bunker Food Park but make sure to double-check their location on their Facebook page.

La Calavarita

With just about every Mexican dish you can imagine – burritos, tacos, nacho, flautas, and tostadas – La Calvarita is one of the most popular food trucks in Quito. You may have to hunt them down in Valle de Los Chillos but double-check locations on their Facebook page first.

Bonne Creperie

In the mood for a little sweetness? Bonne Creperie serves up French-style crepes in marvelous combinations like Nutella and strawberry or dulce de leche with bananas and whipped cream. Currently located at the Festival Street Station Food Park, this restaurant is mobile so make sure to check out their latest location on Facebook.

Ven y disfruta de un delicioso crepe de manzana, canela y nuez en Bonne Creperie solo en FESTIVAL #crepe #dulce #parqueadero #eventos #gastronomia

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