Carnitas Don Raúl (Mahncke Park)

The name may suggest its culinary specialty, but this food truck happens to come from the birthplace of Carnitas: Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. Founded by the father of San Antonio’s co-owner Michelle, this original location was featured in the Netflix documentary Taco Chronicles. The Alamo city menu has the same favorites as Mexico: carnitas in the form of tacos, tortas, and quesadillas Moreliana-style, including melted cheese, guacamole, and an assortment of meats. 2202 Broadway

The cure (Woodlawn)

The winner of the Best of the City readers 2021 for the best food truck offers numerous options, from the fans’ favorite Birria tacos to carnitas, hot doriceviche and much more. Wash the tacos with an ice cold modelo served with El Remedio’s own chamoy dip. 2924 Culebra Road

Fugu Sushi Asian & Cuisine (Far to the west)

Sushi from a food truck? This mobile restaurant has been serving rolls out of its window in Area 51 Food Truck Park since the beginning of the year. The menu has a rotating selection, including the inclusion of the San Antonio Roll, as well as sack bowls, other entrees, and entrees such as the Jalapeño Bombs (three large jalapeños, spicy tuna, spicy mayo, creacm cheese, eel sauce sesame seeds, and spring onions). . 12275 Potranco Road

Holy Smoke SA (Museum range, UTSA)

Owned by Ricky Ortiz and Pitmaster David Romero, this food truck is a partnership made in the heaven of smoked meat. Romero’s work is characterized by his combinations, such as the Holy Grail Cheese, a monster made from a grilled cheese sandwich with a brisket. Another hot order: the Brisket Birria Tacos. With two locations and Instagram (and TikTok) worthy meals, Holy Smoke SA is a delicious example of comfortable grilling at its finest. 1221 Broadway Street, 14530 Roadrunner Way

La Gloria Margarita truck

One of the best things of 2020, the concept of La Gloria and Burgerteca boss Johnny Hernandez, has been described by many as an adult ice cream van. You can book the Margarita truck online or order it for delivery when the truck detects that it is within 3 miles of your location. The margaritas are the stars of the show, but they must be ordered with food. Follow @lagloriamargaritas for locations.

Masshole Food Truck

The supplier of what is perhaps the best lobster rolls in town, head chef Adam Bylicki, presents a menu with homemade bread such as the split-top brioche, which serves as the basis for Maine mayo, celery, salt, fresh tarragon, lemon juice and a zest for life – and of course Maine- Lobster. Another has to try? The St. Anthony, a lobster roll with sweet Texan onions, mayonnaise, coriander, lime juice and zest, and jalapeños. Follow @massholefoodtruck for locations.

Sauce’s Southern Kitchen

Often offered at StreetFare SA Food Truck Park on Austin Highway, Sauce’s Southern Kitchen serves authentic Louisiana Cajun and Creole cuisine with menu favorites like chicken and sausage gumbo, Cajun fries, po’boys, red beans and rice, and fried catfish and shrimp. Want more? Order frozen shipments of the most popular items so you can always indulge yourself when you get the creole cravings. Follow @saucessouthernkitchen for locations.

Sensational salads and wraps

Trey VanCleave and Scott Akin developed this concept back in 2012 with the aim of offering business people salads of the highest quality. Today they are still strong. Many of the menu options can be ordered as either a salad or a wrap, like the fajita fusion or the buffalo or pesto chicken.

The Snack Bar Food Truck (Far to the west)

Why stop at an sundae when you can have a sundae churro? This mobile restaurant can satisfy even the strongest of those with a sweet tooth with offers such as strawberry cheesecake or S’more Churro sundae or one of their many flavored lemonades. The atmosphere is great for families and pets (ask about their puppachurros). 8701 FM 1560

The service and menus of the restaurants may be affected by COVID-19. Please call ahead to confirm.