Food trucks

NYC Food Truck Lunch: Bibimbap With Shrimp From Galbi QBibimbap is an assortment of vegetables, in this case bean sprouts, carrots, watercress, baby oyster mushrooms and romaine lettuce with a sunnyside egg on top.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp and Pork Souvlaki From Souvlaki GRThere’s a lot going on in the Souvlaki GR world right now, so it’s as good a timed as any to check in with Kostas and the Souvlaki GR team.
NYSF Food Truck Lunch: Dosa Combo Platter From Vegetarian Swami Chennai DosaThere's a new place to get South Indian dosas in midtown, with the Vegetarian Swami Chennai Dosa cart now parking on 50th St between 6th & 7th Ave.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Eggplant Calzone From Li-Sal's Italian KitchenOne of the newer food carts is Li-Sal's Italian Kitchen, an import that hails from Arthur Ave in the Bronx.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Sweet Potato With Grilled Chicken From Potato HouseSomething that's gained popularity over the years are stuffed baked potatoes, which can come with all sorts of fillings. There's a food truck called Potato House we've seen around midtown on certain days.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Classic Corned Beef Sandwich From Deli & DogzNew York City is known for putting many items on the culinary map, and one of our favorites is Jewish deli food. Nothing beats a classic pastrami or corned beef sandwich on rye with mustard.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Al Pastor Tacos From Camion Modern Mexican
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Skirt Steak Pita Deluxe From Uncle Gussy'sWe're not sure if there are records kept of this, but Uncle Gussy's is likely one of the oldest street food vendors in NYC.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Southeast Asian Tacos & Hot Dogs From Coney ShackOne of the more interesting new food trucks recently opened, and it's called called Coney Shack.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: NY Club Roll From NY Lobster Club
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Chicken Biryani From Ghar Kaa KhaanaWe recently stopped by an Indian food cart on East 47th St just west of Park Ave. Most of the other customers on line were of South Asian descent, which is usually a good sign.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Kua Gai From Mamu Thai Noodle