Top 5: Food Trucks in Philadelphia
Roaming from Fairmount to Chestnut Hill, Drexel University, Bella Vista and 30th Street Station, Pitruco Pizza can be found serving wood-fired pizza for lunch and dinner. Enjoy a classic sausage pizza with white sauce, mushrooms, pecorino cheese and caramelized onions or opt for the fan favorite, soppressata, boasting braised tomato, pancetta, onion, mozzarella, pecorino and — of course — sliced soppressata.
For authentic, fresh and completely homemade Southeast Asian cuisine, check out ipho Son’s Kitchen. This truck is located on 35th and Market streets Monday through Friday, and serves up incredible soups, noodles, dumplings and skewers.
Foodies can find vegetarian and vegan delights at Kung Fu Hoagies in South Philly on East Passyunk Avenue, and at various festivals around the city. Enjoy hoagies all served with traditional bành mî vegetables and vegan mayonnaise. Options include vegetarian beef and homemade barbecue sauce, homemade vegetarian pork and tofu meatballs. Add on noodles and sides and enjoy homemade vegan and vegetarian cuisine al fresco.
Enjoy gourmet desserts street-side at high-end dessert shop, Sugar Philly. This truck offers everything from French macarons, crème fraîche cheesecake, crème brulée, various puddings, cakes, panna cotta and custards rotating throughout the season. Enjoy a green tea French macaron or indulge with a seasonal passion fruit burrata blueberry ice cream macaron.
Cool off with homemade ice cream and ice cream sandwiches from Zsa’s Ice Cream truck. With flavors rotating regularly and varying from sweet cinnamon, chocolate truffle, pumpkin gingersnap, black magic, peppermint bark and caramel apple crisp, there is bound to be something for everyone. Everything is made from scratch and customers can choose scoops of their favorite flavors and match ice cream sandwiches with flavors stuffed into a cookie or graham cracker crust.