1. Frites N Meats, USA
This Brooklyn food truck serves juicy gourmet burgers that are worth the wait! Fans rave about their crispy fries and daily Angus specials. Stop by today for some classic American goodness!
2. Anton's Russian Dumplings, Russia.
Anton from Anton's Dumplings has been making his own delicious recipe for Russian dumplings for New Yorkers since 2008. The most popular flavor is mixed with pork and beef, topped with dill, siracha and a free, crunchy, pickle!
Known as one of the more popular food trucks in NYC, Korilla never disappoints. Come by to grab some burritos and tacos filled with flavorful Korean barbecue and kimchi.
4. JMG Restaurant and Bakery, Jamaica.
If you're in the mood for some Carribean spice, JMG restaurant and bakery is the place to go. Taste their delicious jerk chicken with rice and peas or indulge in a warm, freshly baked meat patty.
5. No Pao, Brazil.
Followers of No Pao cannot stop talking about their amazing steak sandwiches. Their authentic Portuguese ingredients could not be fresher or more flavorful. Be sure to try their Prego No Pao.
6. Uncle Gussy's, Greece.
Uncle Gussy's gyro is known as one of the best in the city. All of his ingredients are fresh, authentic, and the sauces are always spot-on!
7. Metroarepas, Venezuela.
Metroarepa NYC's Venezuelan dishes are just the comfort food that you need. Their arepas are always made to order and come warm, topped with whatever you desire.
8. Atlixco, Mexico.
Atlixco makes the Mexican comfort food you're always in the mood for. Be sure to try their torta sandwich for added happiness!
9. Toum, Lebanon.
Toum boasts about being one of the best Lebanese food trucks in the city-- and we don't disagree! Their beef shwarma sandwich is perfectly spiced and tender, and sure to be the perfect meaty fix!
10. LuckyIm Thai, Thailand.
This Thai food truck has some of the freshest dishes around. Fans can't stop talking about their spicy "drunkman" noodles and sweet thai iced tea.