Food Truck Friday: The Best of Boston's Food Trucks

When it comes to delicious street food, Boston has it all. Locals and tourists alike have countless options for food trucks, serving up staples like pizza and tacos and meals that break the typical food truck mold, like porchetta and speciality dumplings.

Food Truck Friday will showcase the best of the Boston food trucks.

Every Friday at noon, just in time for your lunch break, will feature a new truck and what it brings to the table.

Below you can find all of the trucks we've covered so far, as well as links to photo galleries and additional content:

The Chik Chak menu is packed with Middle Eastern foods like shawarma, baba ganoush and falafel.

Chik Chak features Mediterranean food and claims to have some of the best falafel this side of the Atlantic.

Freshly made cookies and locally-sourced ice cream are the key ingredients for an amazing ice cream sandwich at Frozen Hoagies. With thousands of possible cookie and ice cream combinations, there’s bound to be something you’ll love.


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With more than a dozen fresh cookie and ice cream options, Frozen Hoagies has thousands of possible combinations for your perfect ice cream sandwich.

Wendy Cheung, along with her fiancé, Jonathan Moy, launched the truck together in April 2014 after falling in love with the idea of sharing “New-Asian street food” with Boston.

You've probably tried a basic dumpling, but Moyzilla is anything but basic. Their unique flavors will change what you know about dumplings.

The crew on the Stoked Wood Fired Pizza food truck has taken on a tough challenge. They use an actual wood oven on their truck to cook Boston a great pizza.

Stoked Wood Fired Pizza cooks some of the best food truck pizza in Boston with a wood stove on the truck. Click here to check out more.

At the Mei Mei Street Kitchen you’ll get a variety of authentic chinese foods, such as scallion pancakes, but with a unique American twist to them.

Click here for more photos and details on Mei Mei Street Kitchen, which brings you Chinese food with an American twist.

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