Food & Drink

The 11 Best Food Trucks in Austin Right Now

Updated On 06/22/2017 at 06:13PM EST Updated On 06/22/2017 at 06:13PM EST
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1. Kebabalicious 450 7th Street, Austin, TX 78728 (Downtown)

This kebab-slinging cart serves up a king-sized bratwurst known as the Spoiled Brat.

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2. Kebabalicious 621 Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78707 (Downtown)

This kebab-slinging cart serves up a king-sized bratwurst known as the Spoiled Brat.

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3. Ms. P's Electric Cock 1101 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704 (South Austin)

A pair of TX Culinary Institute alums are helping fulfill a relative's dream of starting a fried chicken joint with this neon orange-sign'd Airstream, serving SoCo antibiotic-free Gonzalez-sourced birds brined in buttermilk.

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4. Me So Hungry Austin 1104 E 6th Street, Austin, TX 78702 (East Austin)

This Viet trailer serves up tasty bites like the pad Lao noodle bowl with Asian BBQ pork and spicy peanut sauce.

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5. Veracruz All Natural 1704 E Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78702 (East Austin)

Owned by sisters born and raised in Veracruz, Mexico, this trailer (with a few locations across the city) serves tacos, tortas, and smoothies. The migas -- cloud-like scrambled eggs mixed with house-made tortilla chips, pico de gallo, cheese, avocado, then served atop a fresh tortilla -- are the stand-out dish.

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6. Via 313 1111 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702 (Central East)

Detroit-raised brothers Brandon and Zane Hunt are bringing their hometown's deep-dish pizza style to Austin at Via 313. The pizza is made the authentic Detroit way, which means square-shaped pies with Sicilian crust, a layer of pepperoni, cheesy edges, and a tangy red sauce. The pies come in slices of four, and if you'd like a more, er, mainstream pizza, thin-crust rounds are also available. Aside from pizza, Via 313's two full-service restaurants serve salads and a few appetizers, like cheese bread and house-made meatballs.

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7. John Mueller Meat Co 2500 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702 (Central East)

Located behind Eastside dive Kellee's, long time fire-starter John Mueller serves some of the best barbecue in Texas at this trailer eatery. Grab some BBQ pork ribs or fatty brisket, and feast in blissed-out peace at the picnic tables under blue-and-white tent. While Mueller's meats get top marks, his menu's side dishes are not to be missed-- get munching on cheesy squash, sriracha coleslaw, and more.

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8. East Side King 1618 1/2 E 6th St, Austin, TX 78702 (Central East)

78702 food-truckers ESK from Paul Qui and Moto Usonomiya are slinging an array of Asian-fueled goodness, like sausage-filled steamed buns like the beefy Gyu Bao (curry cabbage, Kewpie mayo, potato chips, green onion) and the pigged-out Bao Boy (bacon, chicharrones, kimchi, grilled pine nuts).