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Food Truck Albuquerque Restaurants

Found 15 out of 775 Restaurants. (show all)
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Albuquerque

Doggerz

Albuquerque NM
315-5681

2.17 rating (6 votes)
It may have a small, rotating menu, but whatever Doggerz is dishing out on a given day is guaranteed to be good. Philly cheesesteak seems to be a mainstay, as do beer brats steamed in real beer. But you never know what they might be cooking, so just make sure to come hungry. (Alibi Staff, July 18, 2013)

Dogs Gone Wild

411 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque NM
(505) 249-5679
www.facebook.com/pages/Dogs...
Friday 8 pm to 2 am (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: DinnerOpen Late

4 rating (9 votes)


2.5 rating (16 votes)
Got a hankering for some authentic Southern style barbecue but no time for a restaurant meal? Then look for the blue camper van with porky pig painted on the side and a smoking grill tagging along behind. Grandmaster Smoke will happily, chattily serve you up some pulled pork, ribs and hot links on a $10 combo plate. Or, if you prefer some bread around your meat, try the brisket sandwich. (Alibi Staff, July 18, 2013)

Chef Kimberly Calvo now dishes up some of the best grub in town at the Seasonal Palate food truck. Especially worth seeking out: her oyster or shrimp po' boys with a side of fries. But the changing menu also features other delicacies like Thai green curry, a savory chicken salad, and falafel served with house-made tzatziki. (Alibi Staff, March 29, 2012)

Soo Bak Food Truck’s tag line reads: “Korean Seoul Food”—an apt description of the innovative fusion of traditional Korean and New Mexican cuisine apparent in their dishes. You can get adventurous with the Korean chile cheese fries, or stick with classic, and deliciously light, kimchi and rice. Vegetarians and meat-eaters alike will be pleased with the fresh mandu (veggie dumplings) or doeji bulgogi (spicy pork tacos). (Alibi Staff, July 18, 2013)

Albuquerque - Fairgrounds

El Chicken

6200 Central Ave SE (Fairgrounds)
Albuquerque NM
980-8340

2 rating (6 votes)
Perhaps the least mobile food truck around, El Chicken roosts at the corner of San Pedro and Central, dishing out Mexican grilled pollo and carnitas to all comers. A basic grasp of Spanish is helpful, though not strictly necessary, and don’t even bother pulling out a credit card. (Alibi Staff, July 18, 2013)

Albuquerque - North Valley


2.38 rating (8 votes)

Albuquerque

Firenze: A Mobile Wood Oven PIzza

Albuquerque NM
688.0571
firenzemobilepizza.com
Call for daily locations and hours. (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: BreakfastBrunchLunchOpen Late

4.1 rating (10 votes)
Steven and Felicia Meyer have had their stylish custom wood oven in tow since April 2011. Featuring local and natural ingredients, this mobile pizzeria sets up outdoors and doles out artisan pizza at hot spots like the Downtown Growers Market and many other events around town. Just follow the fragrance of hardwood smoke. (Alibi Staff, October 25, 2012)

Fresh Squeezed!

Albuquerque NM
505-453-5081
on.fb.me/freshsqueezed
Call for location. Often parked at the Downtown Growers Market. (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: BreakfastLunchDinner

4 rating (5 votes)
When she’s taking time out from scouting locations for “Breaking Bad” and “In Plain Sight,” Cyndy McCrossen runs Fresh Squeezed! with her son Weston and daughter Penelope. They serve up fresh lemonade and limeade, New York-style egg creams, organic European-style hot dogs and other retro treats. (Alibi Staff, October 29, 2012)


1 rating (5 votes)
Argentinians love their meat, and chef Diego Grant is no exception. Skirt steak and choripan sausage sizzles away on the grill he hauls behind his truck, ready at a moment’s notice to be dressed with locally grown greens and slapped onto a torta roll. Or try one of his ground beef and milk stuffed empenadas. Either way, El Gauchito’s cooking is not to be missed. (Alibi Staff, September 12, 2013)

The word “gedunk” is a Navy term refering to snack foods and the places they are sold. Fitting, then, for veteran Chef Patrick Humpf’s food truck to bear the name. The menu changes often, and features everyday food with a gourmet twist. One Wednesday, you might partake in a rich dessert like their tasty Boston creme cake, while the next week could bring you face to face with chocolate-piñon-coffee rubbed pork tacos. (Alibi Staff, July 18, 2013)

Rustic: A Divine Food Truck

Albuquerque NM
944-5849
https://www.facebook.com/pa...
Wednesday: 11 am-1:30 pm at Talin International Market (hours can change without notice)
Meals Served: Lunch

3.75 rating (13 votes)
Rustic chef Jonnah Torres and Kelly Adams greet customers with burgers that snuggle in their brioche buns and keep you coming back for more. The Divine Intervention burger is a succulent stack of hand-ground chuck, bleu cheese, carmelized onions, rosemary balsamic reduction, romaine hearts and tomato. But do try the other dishes, including the pulled BBQ pork sammies and flat top dogs, all cooked and assembled with TLC. (Alibi Staff, October 29, 2012)


4.05 rating (63 votes)
The chef may not have a brogue, but you’d never know it from the food. Using family recipes, the Scottish Pie Shop serves up as authentic a shepherd’s pie or plate of bangers and mash as you’re likely to find in this sun-baked land. Finish off your Celtic feast with a bag of shortbread cookies and you’ll swear that you can hear bagpipes from just up the ridge. (Alibi Staff, July 18, 2013)


4.29 rating (8 votes)
Can’t make it to the San Pedro Squeezed location? Never fear, the Squeezed food truck is on the move all over the city, delivering fruity smoothie concoctions, fresh squeezed juice (duh) and even quinoa salads and acai bowls for those who need something solid under their belt. (Alibi Staff, July 18, 2013)

Creatively Southern accurately describes Amy Black's superb menu. The ever-changing line-up features such triumphs as wild-caught shrimp over creamy goat cheese grits (stone ground in SC), a variety of po’ boys, and the Breaking Bad inspired Los Pollos Hermanos fried chicken.

(Alibi Staff, October 29, 2012)


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