25 Hottest San Antonio Food Trucks Serving Up Summertime Eats
Summer is the perfect time to get your food truck game on, so we rounded up 25 of San Antonio's popular ones to fuel your summertime shenanigans.
From crisp, fresh fish tacos to filling noodle bowls, the city has an impressive array of mobile eateries ready to help you eat well in the South Texas heat. And, as a bonus during these pandemic times, they offer a delicious way to avoid indoor dining.
As always, we suggest checking these mobile miracles out on social media before visiting for the most up-to-date info on location and hours.
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Location Varies, (512) 937-2902, ladaladies.com
It’s hard to miss this deep green, sugar-skull covered enchilada-focused truck, but if you ever find yourself trying to locate it, just follow your nose: their Red Lada Sauce is the perfect mix of spices that’s unforgettable after the first whiff. Ask for a side of Suiza sauce — you’ll thank us later.
Photo via Instagram / ladaladies
2803 N St Mary's, (210) 320-0171, singhsvietnamese.square.site
While Singh’s is known for their noodle bowls and banh mis, if you’re feeling adventurous, give the Tiger Wings or chili oil ribs a try. Sour, sweet, sticky, spicy, delish.
Photo via Instagram / inghs_sa
Benjie’s Munch Truck
1218 W Bitters Rd #107, (210) 556-8624, benjiesmunch.com
Benjie’s Munch Truck takes comforting sandwiches to a whole ‘nother level with award-winning grilled-cheeses and keto options galore — if you’re into that sort of thing.
Photo via Instagram / benjiesmunch
Carnitas Don Raul
2202 Broadway, (210) 427-3202, carnitasdonraul.com
Let’s be real: you don’t get featured on Netflix’s Taco Chronicles for having bland, dry carnitas. So when your heart calls out for traditional Michoacan-style eats, this is where you need to go.
Photo via Instagram / carnitas_don_raul.usa
Bull Gogi Boys14530 Roadrunner Way, (210) 816-1455, facebook.com/bullgogiboy
Take a cue from SA Yelper Gina T. and try a little bit of everything. Of Bull Gogi Boys, she said, “bulgogi is tender and savory, the yakimandu is crispy and hot and the spicy kimchi, *chefs kiss.*” Now that’s an endorsement!
Photo via Instagram / bullgogiboys
14530 Roadrunner Way, (737) 333-5748, facebook.com/zuliaskitchent
Zulia’s offers an impressive menu of Venezualan staples such as empanadas, cachapas, arepas, patacones, Venezuelan style hot dogs and tequeños. If yours in an appetite that is only satisfied by burgers, the Venezuelan burger is just the ticket.
Photo via Instagram / theblocksa
Golden Street Taco
14530 Roadrunner Way, (210) 535-0249, facebook.com/Golden-Street-Tacos
The taquitos de asada and al pastor tacos from Golden Street are savory, tortilla-encased little pieces of heaven, but don’t sleep on the tortas — superb!
Photo via Instagram / goldenstreettacos
9155 S Zarzamora St., (210) 899-9102, kung-foo.business.site
There’s no shortage of flavor on the menu of this Mexican-Asian fusion food truck. From the kimchi quesadilla to the phideo bowl — a pho-style fideo made with ramen noodles — you’ll find all sorts of dope mash-ups at Kung Foo.
Photo via Instagram / kung_foo210
2301 San Pedro Ave, (254) 338-6116, facebook.com/KrabKingzSanAntonio
Shrimp, crab legs, sausage — whatever your protein, Krab Kingz will prepare it with expertise and serve it up with corn and potatoes and dust it all with a generous sprinkling of their secret recipe seasoning. Just make sure you have both hands free, though, because you’ll walk away with a container that’s stuffed full of crabby goodness.
Photo via Instagram / krab_kingz_san_antonio
2202 Broadway, (210) 929-3678, facebook.com/milacoffeesat
This cozy specialty coffee trailer is posted up on Broadway street near the Pearl, and while parking may be a bitch, it. Is. Worth. It. Get the Americano on ice and revel in the icy, smooth caffeine jolt.
Photo via Instagram / milacoffeesa