Here is our pick of the finest food trucks in the Motor City
ood trucks are like roadside assistance for your appetite-offering food fast, but not fast food, without compromising taste or quality ingredients. And we've got your guide to the finest meals on wheels in Detroit.
Check websites for each truck's schedule.
El Guapo Grill serves a handsome, street-side take on nontraditional Mexican fare. Eat this! The Korean beef burrito with marinated beef, citrus rice and Asian slaw.
Dago Joe's is Little Italy in a truck, highlighted by bold flavor and age-old family recipes. Eat this! The Scarface Panini, a Cuban-style sandwich complete with salami and homemade spiced dressing.
Food fast with gourmet flair, The Pita Post serves sandwiches using handcrafted bread and fresh, natural ingredients. Eat this! The Post Reuben is corned beef done really well, with Muenster cheese, red cabbage slaw, jalapeño ranch and celery seed sauce.
Offering Asian-fusion cuisine, Fat Panda specializes in pho and ramen soup dishes and uses locally sourced and halal ingredients. Eat this! Takoyaki seafood balls stuffed with octopus and shrimp.
For the health conscious, The Pink Flamingo prepares fresh, organic and locally grown vegetarian grub with a weekly rotating menu, in collaboration with Guerilla Food Detroit. Catch this stationary food truck-a slick 1958 Airstream Travel Trailer-6-9:30 p.m. Thursdays in northern Corktown near Spaulding Court. Located at the 2700 block of Vermont Street between Temple and Spruce streets. Give them a call at 313-350-2664.