Food Truck Albuquerque Restaurants
Albuquerque - Food Truck
Irrational Pie supplies some of the best American-style pizza we’ve ever had. Our personal test to find good pizza is to order a Margherita pizza: It’s simple and just delicate enough to know if a chef knows what they’re doing, and time after time they’ve proved they have more than capable kitchen staff here. It’s a food truck, so they’ll likely be near you at some point during the week but if not, it’s worth seeking them out.
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 the 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 daeji bulgogi (spicy pork) tacos.
$ • Vegetarian Available • Gluten-free available • Catering • Take Out / To-Go • Outdoor Patio • Wireless Internet
The mobile version of Conchita’s Cafe offers catering for up to 800 people.
Mon-Wed Closed Thu-Sat 3pm-10pm Sun 12pm-6pm (hours can change without notice)
The creations of the resident food truck of Dialogue Brewing aren’t just tasty, they’re beautiful. Though the tacos are relatively small, we highly recommend the karaage tacos—the kitsune slaw is life itself. (The size of the portions don’t matter as long as you add a side of Thai fries.)
Albuquerque NM 87108
Cuisine: South American
Argentinians love their meat, and chef Diego Grant is no exception. With a rotating menu for walk-up foodies and a special catering menu, there are plenty of choices at this uniquely delicious food truck. Either way, El Gauchito’s cooking is not to be missed.
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.
Cuisine: British Isles
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 the most authentic shepherd’s pie or plate of steak bridies you can 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.