Started by two brothers/self-proclaimed nerds whose mom thought it'd be cool if they worked together, the CW pays homage to all sorts of geekery (video games, Harry Potter, etc.) through its menu/truck decorations, and even has an anthropomorphic sandwich mascot who quotes Highlander. Said truck is a '60s-era "Stepvan" equipped with a siren, a yellow paint job, and a custom roof extension that gives them just room for decorations like chandeliers & pulp-style wizard paintings and, most importantly, space to make sandwiches. Try the the Voldemort-adella with smoked gouda & thick-cut, pan-seared mortadella, or the Critical Hit on pumpernickel with brie & a housemade pear ginger chutney.
Where is it? Lots of places, including regular spots in South Lake Union, Downtown, Ballard. Check their website to see where they are today.
Yet another Seattle food truck success story -- its brick & mortar version is one of Seattle's best sandwich shops -- this ironically named truck is perfect if you're the kind of person who wants three different kinds of pork on their sandwich. Sound about right? Then order the Bad Lieutenant, which comes with pulled pork, bacon and ham, PLUS chipotle BBQ sauce, apple jalapeño slaw & provolone.
Where is it? Eastlake… Marginal Way… Kirkland?! They're all over the place, which means the best place to find 'em is probably on Facebook.
After almost a decade of making Southeast Asian eats in other peoples' kitchens, a chef and her brother decided to stuff their own kitchen into a trailer, where serving simple, and totally satisfying, takes on Thai standards, including apps like deep-fried pot stickers (which sadly don't look nearly as cool on your skateboard now that pot's legal), noodle dishes like Pad Thai, or our favorite, the Deep Fried Volcano Chicken, which comes with a sweet chili sauce that, as you'd expect from a truck whose very name implies bondage, they make just as hot as you can stand.
Where is it? Boren & Thomas in South Lake Union every weekday during lunch, and the 76 Gas Station in Whitle Center in the evenings.