Boston, MA: Boston’s Most Delicious Food Truck Options

By Michelle Pizzo |  Boston Common

Mei Mei

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Among the most popular menu items at this renowned restaurant on wheels is the magical kale salad, made with local kale, rice wine vinaigrette, garlic panko, Narragansett Creamery feta cheese, and a soft fried egg. Also try the double awesome sandwich, a scallion pancake with two soft-fried eggs, local greens pesto, and Vermont cheddar cheese. You can find the truck on Tuesdays in Copley Square and Fridays in Dewey Square by South Station. 857-250-4959

Bon Me

Order the truck’s fan favorite, a take on the traditional Vietnamese sandwich banh mi, a toasted ten-inch, locally made baguette is the vehicle for housemade pate, housemade spicy mayo, cucumber, red onion, pickled carrot and daikon, cilantro, and onion oil. If sandwiches aren’t your meal of choice, try the popular braised pulled pork, marinated in salty miso. You can find the truck in the Back Bay on Stuart Street on Thursdays and in Kendall Square Monday through Saturday. 617-945-2615

The Dining Car

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This mobile kitchen serves an ever-changing menu of freshly prepared meals and sandwiches. The spring lamb sandwich is a step up from your typical lunchtime sandwich, made with red wine infused slow roasted lamb, herb-marinated goat cheese, greens, fresh mint, and pomegranate vinaigrette. Don’t miss out on the crispy cauliflower, seasoned, quickly fried, and drizzled in curry aioli. Find the truck at the SOWA Open Market on Sundays.

Cameo Macaron

Indulge in one (or a dozen?) of these trendy French confections, offered in a variety of flavors (think espresso bean, rose petal, and wild raspberry) at Boston’s first macaron truck. Find it on Fridays in the Financial District at Milk and Kilby Streets and Saturdays in Copley Square. 617-909-1228

Rami’s Food Truck

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Diners can create a custom meal made with classic Israeli and Middle Eastern offerings, all completely kosher. Begin by choosing a base, then pick a protein (choose between falafel, shawarma, kabob, grilled chicken, and schnitzel), and then select the veggies and condiments of your liking, such as babaganoush, mango curry sauce, or hummus. For dessert, treat yourself to Rami’s famous Israeli baklava. You can find the truck on Mondays at City Hall Plaza and Thursdays in Chinatown at Boylston and Washington Streets. 339-364-0522

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