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7 Cities with Great Food Truck Culture

While food trucks have always been big in the US, the fast-paced culture is starting to spread. Here are some of the best cities to visit for a great food truck experience.

7 Cities with Great Food Truck Culture

By The Culture-ist

  • Portland, USA

    By The Culture-ist

    Portland is famous for their street food 'pods', or clusters of food trucks and stalls that often include seating or a covered area. Must try: [Nong's Khao Man Gai](http://khaomangai.com/)

  • London, England

    By The Culture-ist

    You know a city has great food culture when there's a street dedicated to food trucks. Eat St. plays host to food trucks 7 days a week, from English pies to Korean Fusion. Must try: [Yum Bun](http://www.yumbun.com/)

  • Austin, USA

    By The Culture-ist

    Austin is filled with food trucks. With over 1,000 trucks throughout the city, you'll find some with quirky themes, classic staples & everything in between. Must try: [The Mighty Cone](http://www.mightycone.com/)

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands

    By The Culture-ist

    Although Amsterdam doesn't usually come to mind when thinking of food trucks, the Netherlands' best food trucks descend on the city for "The Weekend of the Rolling Kitchens". Must try: [Vis Van Henry](http://www.thrillist.com/venues/vis-van-henry-1013)

  • Los Angeles, USA

    By The Culture-ist

    It should come as no surprise that Los Angeles makes the cut. The street food scene has been a large part of the city's culture for decades, so food trucks are abundant. Must try: [Kogi BBQ Taco Truck](http://kogibbq.com/)

  • Vancouver, Canada

    By The Culture-ist

    Although the city only opened its doors to food trucks in 2010, food trucks in Vancouver are quickly gaining traction, even boasting a food truck called [Japadog](http://www.japadog.com/) that has spread to New York. 

  • New York City, USA

    By The Culture-ist

    No food truck list is complete without New York City. Street food in this city is a staple, so it's not surprising that food trucks have taken over the streets. Must try: [Kwik Meal](http://midtownlunch.com/category/kwik-meal/)

Feature photo by Campfire

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