Tacos, fruit, fried chicken, burgers, desserts, and subs. What do these foods have in common? They are all offered by food trucks located in Central Florida, that put their own twist on foods we have all eaten at least once or twice before. Have you ever visited a food truck before? If not, get ready for an experience you will never forget. You might be thinking, “How can I find these food trucks?”. According to my research I have rallied up several food trucks in Central Florida. Even if you’re a vegan there’s a food truck for you too! For foodies like myself, here is a list of food trucks that will blow your mind.
With fresh ingredients that go into each burger, Adler’s continues to have a positive response from their customers. The owners of Adler’s have a garden that grows necessary ingredients for these unique recipes. This food truck is mainly located in Downtown Orlando as they partner up with breweries and participate in corporate events. You must try their Bourbon BBQ burger, and Fried Mac ‘n Cheese bites that customers rave about. Are you vegan? Well, guess what! Adler’s has a burger for you too. The owners of Adler’s are proud of the food they create and refer to Adler’s as the “little black dress” of the food world.
Sweet spanish desserts, also known as churros, are made as soon as you place your order. Churros & Cream also steps it up a notch by serving stuffed churros with a variety of flavors to choose from. I fell in love with the guava & cream cheese stuffed churro. However, some of their other popular flavors are dulce del leche and nutella churros. You should stop by the Churros & Cream food truck to discover your favorite churro.
I never thought in a million years that I would enjoy vegan food. Well, Jacked Up Tacos definitely altered my perspective on how delicious healthy foods can be. Their tacos are the best I have ever eaten. Each meal is infused with authentic flavors, with colorful presentation that you won’t find anywhere else. The patacon is Jacked Up Taco’s most popular dish with two fried plantains, vegetables, and a vegan burger patty that recently hit the market. Jacked Up Tacos will continue to explore the endless possibilities the vegan market has to offer.
4. Chi Phi
Two college students from Central Florida had a dream that led to what is now ChiPhi. James Guerino from Chicago and Carey Sobel from Philadelphia decided to combine the tastes of these cities and bring them to Central Florida. Many first-time customers order their famous Philly Cheesesteak that opens the door to other menu items. With the bread shipped from Chicago and Philadelphia, and the intrinsic process that goes into making each sandwich, ChiPhi still attains the “stamp of approval” from natives of these major cities. The quality of these sandwiches means a lot to the owners of ChiPhi, which keeps people coming back for more!
This family-owned business has been in the food industry since 1962, so they've had plenty of time to perfect their fried chicken recipe. Unlike many other places Olde Dixie Fried Chicken also sells the keel part of the chicken. Olde Dixie Fried Chicken has formed relationships with customers who have been ordering from them for years. Their special batter for their fried chicken is a bog part of the reason. You should visit them at the Pine Castle United Methodist Church on Wednesdays and Saturdays 11 am - 7 pm for a Southern hospitality experience.
Josiah Candelaria is the man behind Purple Ocean Superfood Bar from its fruitful concept to the visual creativity that goes into every smoothie bowl. These dishes are inspired by the tropical island of Puerto Rico from ingredients, to artistry, and music at every event. Some of the refreshing fruits involved in these bowls are açai and dragonfruit. A fascinating fact that Josiah shared with me is that each bowl is named after a beach in Puerto Rico. Are you craving a juicy, nutritional dish? Visit Purple Ocean Superfood Bar for a taste of these tropical flavors!