Although Trailercakes has a storefront in the Knox-Henderson area of Dallas, they also have a food truck that you’ll find at special events and festivals around town. Trailercakes has my absolute favorite cupcakes in all of Dallas, and they just so happen to serve them out of a groovy Airstream trailer named “Bubbles.” You can’t go wrong with any of their flavors, so I suggest ordering the mini cupcakes so you can sample more at one time!
2. COCO SHRIMP
Posted up everyday but Sunday in the Lowe’s parking lot in north Fort Worth, Coco Shrimp serves up some incredible grub. While they describe themselves as purveyors of Hawaiian food, they’re really known for SHRIMP. From coconut shrimp to Ke Ahi (fire) shrimp on a deliciously fresh salad or their super addicting seasoned rice, you truly can’t go wrong. I recommend the sampler plate so that you can try all of the shrimp varieties that Coco Shrimp serves up!
It’s tough to find really great dumplings, but lucky for us The Dumpling Bros food truck in Denton, is always a safe bet. Authentic Korean food served out of a truck in North Texas? You bet! The folks at The Dumpling Bros use only the freshest ingredients for their handmade dumplings, Korean street tacos, kimchi and more!
If edible cookie dough (that’s safe to eat) tickles your fancy, look no further than The Dough Box! This food truck is where childhood dreams of licking the batter come true. Open Wednesday through Sunday at the Frisco Rail Yard, The Dough Box offers several various flavors ranging from traditional chocolate chip to Butterfinger!
Whether it be brick and mortar or from a food truck, Gandolfo’s has long been one of my personal favorite delicatessens in Dallas. The food is always spot on, and Gandolfo’s is also one of the longest-running food trucks in Dallas! You can often find them parked at Klyde Warren Park and there isn’t a single thing that I haven’t ordered at least a dozen times over. My absolute favorite? The Eastside Egg Salad. It gets me every time!