Meals with Wheels

The St. Louis food truck craze continues-and now five more mobile eateries have taken to the streets.

 

Lulu’s Local Eatery specializes in fresh lunch options, with many of the veggies grown in a garden on top of the truck. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes abound, with a focus on keeping it organic and local. Look for Sweet Potato Falafel, the Mexican Quinoa Bowl with creamy avocado sauce and seasonal soup and salad specials, in addition to smaller snacks like spring rolls with spicy peanut sauce and sweet potato fries with spicy chili aioli. @LulusFoodTruck.

Hot Aztec offers gourmet Mexican street eats, made from family recipes and served from a hard-to-miss hot-pink truck. Tacos, including pork shoulder, carne asada and al pastor, top the menu—and don’t forget bacon-wrapped Oaxacan hot dogs. @HotAztec.

2 Girls 4 Wheels serves up signature St. Louis foods, including toasted ravioli, homemade gooey butter cake and Fitz’s root beer, but you’ll also discover breakfast burritos, a slow-roasted pork sandwich, chicken chili, piping hot beignets and biscuits and gravy. @2Girls4Wheels.

Feed Me Banh Mi brings a taste of New York-style Vietnamese street food to St. Louis’ rapidly expanding food truck fleet. Banh Mi is a Vietnamese sandwich stuffed with spiced meats, cheese and veggies on a French baguette. Try the Banh Mi Special with Vietnamese ham, sweet ground pork and barbecue seasoned pork belly, or the summer rolls with fresh shrimp, rice noodles, lettuce, cilantro and peanut sauce. @FeedMeTruck.

My Big Fat Greek Truck is run by two first-generation Greek Americans, so you know the food is authentic. Try the signature gyros, made with fresh-from-the-rotisserie meat, as well as traditional souvlaki, loukoumades and homemade tzatziki sauce. @GreekTruckSTL.

 

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