Below is a list of the top and leading Food Trucks in Austin. To help you find the best Food Trucks located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Food Trucks:
The top rated Food Trucks in Austin are:
- El Primo – pride itself on remaining family-managed since opening
- Little Plaza Taco Truck – offers a wide array of fresh food
- Pueblo Viejo Taco Truck – offers a variety of Mexican food
- The Picnic – Food Truck Park – was founded on one simple concept, support local
- Baton Creole – is an extension of Lynzy Moran Catering & Events
El Primo pride itself on remaining family-managed since opening its doors in May 2004. From the kitchen to the register, El Primo is operated by three siblings: Jose Luis, Juan Luis, and Ana Bertha Perez. Juan Luis, the youngest, said Burrito Factory’s achievement is inspired by a simple expression his father repeated at their childhood meat market in Mexico, “Échenle ganas,” or, “try your hardest.” They are situated in South Austin, El Primo has been providing authentic Mexican cuisine for years.
Breakfast Tacos, Burritos, Torta
“Just delicious. Every time. I’d stop here for a breakfast taco every day if I could. Particularly enjoy the Migas. Can’t go wrong!” – Charlotte B.
Little Plaza Taco Truck
Little Plaza Taco Truck is located at 1501 E 6th St. Austin, Texas. They offer a wide array of fresh food, bistec ranchero, nachos, tilapia taco, and chicken fajita. They utilize the freshest ingredients in preparing their food to give the best quality and taste. Try their delicious food today. If you have any suggestions for their food or service, go to the customer feedback page and leave them your suggestion. They look forward to hearing from you.
Menu, Special, Order Online, Pickup, Delivery
“The quesadilla was incredible! Not greasy at all and just the right amount of cheese. Loved the flour tortillas as well, and their green salsa was so flavorful and delicious. Can’t wait to get breakfast tacos from them soon!” – Mary Alyson A.
Pueblo Viejo Taco Truck
Pueblo Viejo Taco Truck offers a variety of Mexican food ranging from breakfast tacos, street meat tacos, Gorditas, popular Mexican dishes, a variety of sauces, bottled drinks, and much more. Positioned on the east side of Austin, Pueblo Viejo has been open since 2010, by Nestor and Margarita. While holding the flavors of their hometown in Mexico, Pueblo Viejo is dedicated to keeping the freshness and quality that everyone deserves, complemented by a friendly service necessary for a complete Mexican food experience.
Menu, Catering, Order Online
“Fresh ingredients, and super tasty. My go-to for breakfast tacos, few places I can get black beans instead of refried beans (they offer both) for a lighter, healthier option and still delicious!” – Joshua K.
The Picnic – Food Truck Park
The Picnic – Food Truck Park was founded on one simple concept, support local. Building amenities unknown in the food trailer world, including 80 paved parking spaces, architecturally designed pavilions, and air-conditioned restrooms, the owners invested in the future of Austin by creating a property in which local business could flourish for years to come.
They have a large variety of food options, allowing them to satisfy all types of hunger. Their truck’s cuisines range from American, Thai Tacos, Mediterranean, Tex-Mex, Italian Tacos.
Menus, Private Events, Dine-In, Takeaway
“Great selection of food. There’s even a dog treat truck. The Thai was outstanding as well as the Gelato. Don’t think you could go wrong here with anything. And everyone would be happy. Great variety. Dog friendly too. Loved it.” – Terri Dopp-P.
Baton Creole has a brand-spankin’-fresh trailer right at the entrance of Sagebrush at South Congress and Stassney. Baton Creole is an extension of Lynzy Moran Catering & Events, where the Cajun fare is just the beginning of what they have to offer. Pub’s affection for cooking showed up early and naturally, cuddling the flavors of France, Africa, Spain, and Italy that form the foundation of traditional cajun/creole fare. In South Louisiana, compassed by that laissez les bon temps rouler community, Pub learned early on that the most important part of a meal is sharing it with those you love.
Menus, Order Online, Catering
“Friendly staff, tasty eats! Cool place to hang out had no idea what a gem we were stumbling upon!” – Katherine S.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.