Check out some of the best Food Trucks that are roaming the streets of Philly!

1Undrgrnd Donuts

Donut worry because Undrgrnd Donuts are roaming Philly’s streets letting people choose how to dip, dunk, or swirl their gourmet donuts.  Missed your morning coffee? Not to worry because The Wake-Up donut will excite you to start your day with its espresso dust and cream swirl. Since one is just not enough, try the French Toast donut with a maple drizzled!

2Dump-n-Roll  

These dumplings and spring rolls are inspired by flavors around the globe. Dump-n-Roll is much more than mere a roaming vehicle creating divine fare. Three friends turned co-owners are utilizing this business model to inspire and empower young children toward their futures.

@ncbcbeer Now till 6pm!! Come #drinkandeat

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3Ramble Pizza 

Benjamin Turner, owner of Ramble Pizza, has supported the food truck scene for years and now he a part it. Dishing out 16 inch pies, the truck serves New York style slices. Ramble Pizza also does their part to protect the planet. Practicing sustainability and minimal waste, they give leftover pizza to Philadelphia’s homeless community.

4Surf and Turf Truck

Bringing the beach to the curb, Surf and Turf truck is serving lobster rolls and other delectable fare. They are utilizing the philosophical concept of Yin-Yang in their fare by combining Surf and Turf, hot and cold, soft and crunchy, etc. Be sure to experience beach fare right on the streets of Philadelphia!

Tonight! Night Market at Navy Yard. Be there 6-10p!!!! #philly #food #lobster #steak

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5Mac Mart 

Marti Lieberman debuted her mac n cheese truck, Mac Mart, on the streets of Drexel during in the winter of 2013. Her unique cheesery gained popularity, allowing for the opportunity to cater events for the Philadelphia Eagles, Wawa CEOs, Starr events, and more. From her successes as a movable eatery, she opened her first brick and mortar store in Rittenhouse Square in 2016. Watch out for Marti taking Philly by storm with her dynamite mac-n-cheese as she plans to expand in the future!

6Foolish Waffles 

Foolish Waffles dances with creativity when preparing their fanciful waffle creations. Be sure to check out their notable Pork Belly Bahn Mi waffle! Or subside your sweet tooth with a Strawberry Nutz waffle. If you cannot possibly decide which waffle to indulge in, opt to create your own unique waffle!

7Farm Truck Philly 

It is important for Farm Truck Philly to know where the ingredients they use come from when creating delicious soups, salads and sandwiches. Priding themselves on their locally sourced produce, Farm Truck Philly ensures the quality food to its customers. You cannot miss them, as they drive a piece of art on wheels. Be sure to indulge your taste buds while examining the attention grabbing mobile art that is their truck.

Tasty #porkbelly #skewers for a #wedding today! #hoisin #glaze #miso #aioli

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8The Cow and the Curd

Bringing the famous Midwest cheese curds to the East Coast, The Cow and The Curd are delivering fried cheese curds to Philadelphia’s streets. This food truck is determined to bring a little Midwestern favorite snack to Philadelphia!

Hanging out at @philadelphiazoo for their #SummerAleFest! Tonight from 6-9 come hang out with some party animals and #EatCurds!

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9The Foo Truck 

Check out this groovy looking, Asian inspired, food truck that is dishing out unconventional Asian foods. Taking street food to a new level, The Foo Truck renamed the classic sandwiches to Foowiches making a quick lunch break an entertaining, and delicious experience!

10Zsa’s Ice Cream 

While you cannot hear Zsa’s from around the corner, they still have people screaming for their made from scratch ice cream and ice cream sandwiches! Serving ice cream year-round, you can find favorites like Black Magic, combining coffee ice cream and cake. Or their seasonal flavors like Lemon Buttermilk and Lavender Honey that are served during the Spring and Summer months.

11Mama’s Meat Balls

Looking for a classic Italian meal? Check out Mama’s Meat Balls Truck and indulge on some homemade meat balls made just the way your mom would make them. Dishing out delicious Italian food since 2013, this truck is making a name for itself by serving up all different kinds of meat balls. Try their Blue Balls – a mix of beef, pork, veal, and bacon stuffed with blue cheese, topped with bacon, arugula, parm cheese, and blue cheese sauce. Or their Rabe Father – Turkey and broccoli rabe stuffed Asiago cheese and topped with pesto, arugula, parm cheese, and marinara sauce.