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Seattle’s food truck scene combines a casual walk-up setting and top-notch cuisine. From Marination’s Hawaiian-Korean fusion to Barking Frog’s smothered frog legs, there's no food so artisanal or elaborate that we can't stuff it into a truck and drive it around the city. You’ll find truck pods in downtown Seattle, South Lake Union, or Pioneer Square. Abandon all shame, order food from one truck, and eat it while waiting in line for the next.
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5314 15th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107, USA
Some say El Camion is the best taco truck in town. With four locations (including a sit-down restaurant), it's easy enough to find out for yourself, although we're partial to the authentic walk-up truck experience. (The trucks have tent seating...
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1622.5 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103, USA
Another food-truck-made-good in a permanent location, Molly Moon’s now has five locations around town, but still sends out its iconic baby-blue truck for special events — just follow your nose to the heavenly scent of their freshly made waffle...
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If you’ve never had a Japanese hot dog, it’s not exactly ballpark fare. Unconventional and highly flavorful topping combos like wasabi mayo, nori, bonito flakes, and sukiyaki beef make for a completely different experience. It’s not for everyone,...
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3515 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103, USA
Of course there’s a pie food truck! Pie’s savory selections include classics like peppered steak and spicy pork, as well as more unusual flavors like channa masala, meatloaf, and triple pig (ground pork, bacon, ham, potatoes, onions, bacon gravy);...
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1301 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
Gluten-free folks will appreciate this Mexican food truck, where the entire menu is gluten-free. They offer tiny tacos with handmade tortillas in flavors like chicken mole and spiced mushroom with poblano cream, as well as gorditas — fat little...
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1412 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA
If you’ve never had Hawaiian-Korean fusion, you owe it to yourself to pay a visit to Marination. Started in 2009 as a food truck, Marination has since opened a couple of brick-and-mortar locations in Capitol Hill and West Seattle, but still sends...
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1400 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
If the ice cream truck is the original food truck, Street Treats is going back to its roots with homemade, custom ice cream sandwiches. The cookies come in flavors like chocolate chip, peanut butter, molasses, and snickerdoodle, filled with...
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Crepes just might be the ideal street food: casual, fun to eat, and — crucially — available in both sweet and savory. Crisp Creperie delivers both out of their roaming truck, in an ever-changing menu with unexpected flavor combinations like...
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Seattle, WA, USA
Tokyo Dog isn’t the only Japanese hot dog food truck in town, but it does have the cutest logo: a grinning, cheery hot-dog Godzilla trampling a path of destruction across the Seattle skyline. The menu is pretty minimal, with just a handful of...
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For food-truck entertainment value, it’s hard to beat watching tiny donuts being freshly made in front of your eyes. Street Donuts delivers bowls of tiny bite-size donuts with an assortment of exciting and unusual toppings: dustings of curry,...
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400 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
My Sweet Lil Cakes serves up sweet and savory waffles from a cheerful bright orange truck. Sweet options include a red velvet buttermilk waffle with dark cherries and sweet cream cheese, and the signature savory option is the chicken and waffle...
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This new Korean-fusion food truck is already a hit for downtown lunchtime, thanks to its customizable bibimbap bowls, spicy-sweet kimchi fries, and gloriously chewy mochi beignets — which arrive piping-hot and covered in powdered sugar, and are...
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Seattle's first—and only—Native American food truck brings Blackfeet fry bread to the Emerald City. Top it with veggie chili, chicken chile verde, or 12-hour-smoked pulled pork for an Indian Taco piled high with lettuce and pickled red...
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4201 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103, USA
As the PDX local expert, I do try to venture north every now and again to observe how the neighbors are getting along. Roux is a wonderful wisp of fresh energy for the SEA food scene. From the striking location on Fremont to the cajun cooking with...