From wood-fired pizzas to vegan and vegetarian fare, this list of Boston’s best street merchants will satisfy any palate.

Smiling waiter taking order from couple at counter

The Best Food Trucks in Boston

Boston is a food mecca, and when it comes to quality food on the go, their food trucks don’t disappoint. From wood-fired pizzas to vegan and vegetarian fare, this list of Boston’s best street merchants will satisfy any palate.

The Chicken And Rice Guys

Beantown isn’t known for its chicken and rice, but The Chicken And Rice Guys are helping change that. They provide generous portions of simple Middle Eastern cuisine-inspired dishes made of chicken and lamb. Their three food trucks can be found in all areas of Medford and Boston.

Homemade Meat Gyro with Tzatziki Sauce, tomatos and French Fries

Mei Mei Street Kitchen

Their menu changes daily, keeping their customers on their toes. You can find Mei Mei Street Kitchen at five different locations each week. Their cuisine is Asian inspired, incorporating flavors from Eastern Europe, Thailand, and China. A favorite dish is the “Double Awesome,” which is a pancake sandwich with Vermont cheddar cheese, scallions, pesto sauce, and two poached eggs.

Roxy’s Grilled Cheese

Roxy’s Grilled Cheese is the celebrity food truck on this list. This food truck was a top contender on The Food Network television show The Great Food Truck Race. Their grilled cheese sandwiches are unlike anything you’ve experienced before. You have the option of Vermont cheddar, Fontina, Swiss, pimento, Muenster, and goat cheese. Their truffle french fries are a side dish that can’t be missed.

gooey delicious grilled cheese sandwiches cut in half

Captain Marden’s Cod Squad

Located at the Public Library at Harvard University, Captain Marden’s Cod Squad serves a daily dose of the best clam chowder in town. Customers can dine on fresh oysters, lobster, crab, clams, and homemade cornbread. You can track this excellent food truck via their social media pages.

Taco Party Truck

Experience tasty vegetarian cuisine from all over the world. Meatless tacos don’t have to be boring; The Taco Party Truck serves them up using plant proteins, tofu, and tempeh. Their menu changes frequently, and the tacos come with Mexican rice, beans, chips, and guacamole.

Stoked Pizza

Stoked Pizza is the first ever food truck in Boston that serves wood-fired pizza. Their pizzas are reasonably priced and take only three minutes to cook. They also offer vegan and vegetarian options along with soy cheese upon request. You can track them down by checking out their Twitter page.

Portrait of two young women eating pizza outdoors,having fun together.

Bon Me

Bon Me is a friendly food truck uniquely serving Chinese food. One popular dish is the lemongrass chicken stir-fry, a flavorful creation that comes with crispy vegetables. You should also try the boneless spare ribs, which are always tender and full of flavor.

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