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BEST FOOD TRUCKS TO VISIT NOW

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Food trucks have taken the world by storm. Not only are the adorable little restaurants on wheels an easy dinner out, the selection of trucks close to home at Olympus Corsair is hard to beat. Give yourself a cooking break and head on out to one of these amazing food trucks in San Diego, CA.

Fork Yeah! Food Truck

Serving up the best in classic California comfort foods, Fork Yeah! Food Truck is beyond good at what they serve up. You can expect local favorites with plenty of flavor, like poke, tacos, burgers, and more. You can mostly find them parked off of Ruffin Court and Greencraig Lane, though they frequently visit Farmer’s Markets and other food truck festivals. Next time you go, make sure you order the melt-in-your-mouth Teriyaki Citrus Short Rib Sandwich. Mmm.

Taco Time Food Truck

For the best late night chicken tacos, or really any tacos, look no further than Taco Time Food Truck. Taco Time specializes in authentic mexican cuisine, with tacos being their focus. This is a late-night spot only, open daily from 6 p.m. to midnight, and sometimes later. And the salsa – it’s outta this world! Ready for delicious tacos? Check them out at their usual spot on Comstock Street and Kelly Street.

Kiko’s Place Seafood

Alright, Kiko’s takes the cake for best seafood truck. Their menu tempts you with delicious fresh seafood bites like fish tacos, mixed seafood ceviche, kikocteles, burritos, tostadas, and more. Conveniently tucked away near Mission Center Road and Friars Road, it’s hard to not pass this one up. Everything is made to order right on the spot. So, no quick pickups here, only delicious, fresh food.

Pierogi Truck

Who doesn't love a savory pierogi? They claim to be the only Polish and Eastern Cuisine restaurant in San Diego, and with traditional, homemade bites like grilled polish sausage, hungarian pancakes, and golbaki, they’ve got the menu to prove it. If you’re into a whole lot of cream and eggs, Pierogi’s is your spot. Give them a call at 858-205-3995 to find their current local placement.

With so many food trucks in San Diego, there’s always a new one to discover. Make sure you add these best food trucks to visit now on your list. For more local cuisine features, head over to our blog page today.

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