Learn About Houston's Newest Food Trucks in This Week's Feature
The Hungry Lumberjack
This big truck specializes in good, old-fashioned Southern eats like fried stuffed chicken wings and dirty rice. Check out Houston Food Truck Review's thoughts, and be sure to come hungry.
Like the wonderful Melange Creperie, Katmania makes sweet and savory French pancakes with a huge variety of filling options. Find the vibrantly colored trailer frequently at Houston Food Park.
Lone Star Samwich
It's one of the newest food trucks in town making classic bar food like sliders, chili cheese fries and barbecue sandwiches. Many "samwiches" are named after Texan figures in a tribute to the melting pot that is Houston.
Menchie's Frozen Yogurt
The frozen yogurt chain opened its first food truck earlier this year, and now there's froyo on-the-go all over Houston. Check out our impressions of the innovative vehicle online.
The truck is named for the owner, who was born in the year of the rooster on the day man first walked on the moon. Check out Moon Rooster for Mexican food like fajitas, tacos, nachos and quesadillas.
This just might be the most legit poutine you'll find outside of Canada. Interestingly, the poutine truck also serves Chinese fare like fried rice and beef and broccoli. It's the best of both worlds.
For Mediterranean food, check out Pitas Bites, making schwarma, falafel and hummus, for options a little healthier than what you get at the average food truck.
All things Cajun, crawfish and fried corn like fried catfish and peach cobbler. It's a blend of soul food and Texas food from a chef/owner who's a native of Cleveland.
Raw Chef Renee
Not your typical food truck grub. Raw Chef Renee makes gourmet vegan and raw food that she sells out of a cute green trailer. You can also order healthy meals for delivery.
Skratch Food Truck
For "an eclectic ethnic American culinary experience," check out the offerings at Skratch Food Truck. There you'll find lobster rolls, poutine, Cuban sandwches and fried chicken sandwiches, representative of the entire United States.
All chicken, all the time. The house specialty is the twice-fried chicken wings in a top secret "Sticky Sauce." Sticky's also serves a variety of fries, chicken and rice and chicken sliders.
Swallowin' It Latin Style
The quesadillas, flautas and Tijuana dog all look and sound really good--if you can get past that terrible, terrible name. Don't Google it without including "Houston food truck" in the search as well.