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Our Favorite Food Trucks in Orlando

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Some of Orlando’s best food can be found on wheels. Everything from poke to grilled cheese, there’s nothing the Orlando food truck scene doesn’t have. But, hunting down these traveling food spots can sometimes be a challenge.

That’s why we’re here to help! So keep on truckin‘ for a local round-up of our favorite food trucks in Orlando

Hot Asian Buns is the one and only food truck in the city of Orlando that hand-makes their bao buns from scratch. This traveling food truck is always serving up the most authentic, made-to-order steamed buns. Buns that are packed with unique flavors that’ll make it impossible to pick just one. Not sure where to start? We recommend trying out their spicy Korean crispy chicken bao bun first!

Keep an eye on their Facebook Page for locations and times you can visit this food truck.  

Being fairly new to the food truck scene, The Waffle Bros is making a name for itself with their gourmet Liege Waffles. Trying to decide between breakfast, lunch or dinner? You don’t have to! This traveling food truck is serving up sweet and savory waffles fit for every time of the day.

For the classic dessert waffle experience, we recommend trying out the Nutella Waffle. If you’re feeling a bit adventurous, go for the Brookie Waffle—a dense dessert waffle topped with cool whip, brownies, edible cookie dough, and caramel drizzle. 

Keep an eye on their Facebook Page for locations and times you can visit this food truck.  

The World Food Trucks has not one, not two, but over forty food trucks all in one place. Being the largest permanent food truck location, there’s sure to be something for everyone.

You can find all your favorite foods, from pizza to burgers, and everything in between. The best part? They have live music and DJs playing your favorite jams. It’s the perfect spot for a unique date night or night out with the crew. 

Monday | 7AM—1AM
Tuesday | 7AM—1AM
Wednesday | 7AM—1AM
Thursday | 7AM—1AM
Friday | 7AM—2AM
Saturday | 7AM—2AM
Sunday | 7AM—1AM

📍5805 W Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy, Kissimmee, FL 3474

What’s better than one food truck? How about five? A La Cart hosts five semi-permanent mobile food vendors every day, including Steak It Easy.

This local family-owned business is bringing their county’s style of barbecue straight to Orlando, Florida. From picanha steak sandwiches to deep-fried cheese tots, every menu item is packed with flavors that’ll transport you to Brazil.  

Monday | 11:30AM—9PM
Tuesday | 11:30AM—9PM
Wednesday | 11:30AM—9PM
Thursday | 11:30AM—9PM
Friday | 11:30AM—10PM
Saturday | 11:30AM—10PM
Sunday | 11:30AM—9PM

📍609 Irvington Ave, Orlando, FL 32803

Poke Kai is yet another delicious food truck hosted daily by the semi-permanent food truck locations, A La Cart. They’re known for serving up authentic Hawaiian foods with Asian influences like bao buns, poke bowls, and poke burgers.

With an abundance of mouth-watering menu items, it can be hard to decide where to start. On top of the ten bao buns, you’ll inevitably order, we recommend starting with the poke nachos. 

Monday | 11:30AM—9PM
Tuesday | 11:30AM—9PM
Wednesday | 11:30AM—9PM
Thursday | 11:30AM—9PM
Friday | 11:30AM—10PM
Saturday | 11:30AM—10PM
Sunday | 11:30AM—9PM

📍609 Irvington Ave, Orlando, FL 32803

QuesaLoco is bringing authentic, fresh Mexican food to the streets of Orlando.

This food truck turned restaurant is serving up a variety of chicken, steak, and birria tacos—birria being their specialty. If you don’t want to hunt down their traveling food truck, you can also find them at their new permeant restaurant location.

Monday | CLOSED
Tuesday | 12PM—8PM
Wednesday | 12PM—8PM
Thursday | 12PM—8PM
Friday | 12PM—9PM
Saturday | 12PM—9PM
Sunday | 12PM—8PM

📍971 W Fairbanks Ave, Orlando, FL 32804

Supporting local has never been easier. Crooked Cow Creamery uses local Florida dairy and sugarcane to mix up their made-from-scratch ice cream flavors.

With flavors ranging from toasted marshmallows to gooey butter cookies, this on-the-go truck will take your tastebuds for a spin. If you’re feeling a bit adventurous, try out their new Lynchburg Sorbet—a 21+ vegan-friendly dessert option. 

Keep an eye on their Facebook Page for locations and times you can visit this food truck.  

A Cuban sandwich, empanadas, or antojitos—why pick just one when you could have all three? The Gnarly Cuban is a traveling food truck bringing their spin on Cuban street food to Orlando. With empanada’s being their most popular item, they have a variety of options to choose from. The best part? They are allergy inclusive, offering a vegan jackfruit alternative. 

Keep an eye on their website for locations and times you can visit this food truck.  

Cheese, cheese, and more cheese—yes, please! We guarantee you’ve never seen grilled cheese done quite like this. On top of their classic grilled cheese option, you’ll find some unique flavors on the menu. Everything from salmon to brisket, there’s nothing The Big Cheese Truck won’t stick on a sandwich. 

Keep an eye on their Facebook Page for locations and times you can visit this food truck.  

The Best Food Trucks In Orlando

As you start to cross these meals on wheels of your must-try foodie list, don’t forget to take us along for the ride. Follow us on Instagram @StuffToDoInOrlando and tag us in all of your delicious food truck adventures. 

Kailey Boyer

Kailey Boyer

Kailey Boyer is an Arizona native, currently living her best life in Orlando, Florida. She’s passionate about hunting down and sharing all things her beautiful city has to offer. Making the hidden Florida gems accessible to everyone! You can find her exploring Orlando with a camera in hand, typing away in a local coffee shop, or in a packed car heading to the beach.

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