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The best food trucks you don’t know about yet in Austin!

Food trucks have made a huge name for themselves in Austin and they’re popping up so often, it can be hard to keep up. We have classic favorites from taco trucks to donut trucks but it’s time to check out some new trucks to add a little spice to our lives. To keep you on the cutting edge of all the hottest food truck eateries, we came up with newest and most delicious food trucks in Austin that you haven’t tried yet! Here’s a list of our favorites!

Ceviche 7

Ceviche7 is an authentic-Peruvian trailer which has some great ceviche. Our favorite is the Peruvian staple Lomo Saltado (marinated beef sautéed with onions, tomatoes, and cilantro, served with fries, white rice, and Huancaina sauce) and the mahi mahi ceviche (citrus-marinated mahi mahi served with two types of potatoes). Can you believe that make ceviche in a truck?!

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Dee Dee

Dee Dee is making waves with their Northern Thai cuisine in a sea of boring taco trucks. Try the Moo Ping, sweet/savory Thai pork skewers served with side of sticky rice and a sweet/spicy dipping sauce! We’re also obsessed with their Pad Ka Pow that’s served with a fried egg. Dee Dee will be sure to mix up your boring food truck routines.

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Vic & Al’s

Vic & Al’s is located at the Historic Scoot Inn and they serve Cajun/Creole with Louisiana classics like boudin, Cochon de Lait (roasted pig), po-boys and insane gumbo! If you’re a Louisiana transplant, this place is going to become your lifeline to home.

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Syriano Shawarma

At Syriano, you get a huge portion of authentic Syrian shawarma for a crazy low price! You get so much food, it’s honestly worth sharing! Think grilled kosher chicken, tahini sauce, either basmati rice or salad, pita AND two sides. And it’s all for less than $9!  Isn’t that WILD!!!

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