Top Food Trucks in Washington DC

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Your Washington DC private tours can never be complete without tasting the awesome food served in the food trucks in the city. The food trucks lining up the city streets take you to a new wonderful world of authentic cuisine and incredibly delicious food. In fact, it is the local entrepreneurs and award-winning chefs, who brought these delicious dishes to the streets. You would be able to find many trucks in centers like Georgetown and Farragut Square, which offers a great treat to the regular office goers here.

Abunai

Abuani offers you the food items that are popular in the Hawaii state. Akina Harada, who is from Honolulu, prepares modern tasty variants of Hawaiian staples. Spam musubi is the most loved dish served in this food truck. The fried crispy spam covered with rice and nori, and finally finished with sesame seeds and ginger-scallions sauce is sure to light up your taste buds.

Peruvian Brothers

Peruvian Brothers was found by Giuseppe Lanzone and his brother Mario. It was their mother, who inspired them to start this food business. The Lanzone brothers came to the streets in 2012 bringing along with them wonderful recipes from Peru. Their most popular dish is “pan con chicharron” which the brothers call “Peru’s iconic sandwich”. The dish is stuffed with Peruvian salsa criolla, pork tenderloin, and sweet potato, which all are piled on freshly made bread.

Swizzler

In 2014, three college friends, Jesse Konig, Ben Johnson, and Jack Zimmermann, found this incredible food truck. They serve delicious hot dogs. The crowd favorite dish served here is the combo hot dog, which is prepared by garnishing hot dog with candied jalapenos, black pepper honey, whipped herb goat cheese, and caramelized onions, served along with truffle parmesan fries. They are also planning to expand their menu in order to include “Real American Eats”.

Taqueria del Barrio

Anna Bran-Leis founded this food truck. She also owns another food truck in the city named DC Empanadas. Taqueria del Barrio serves over 1,000 homemade tortillas to the crowds every night. They prepare both Mexican dishes and Latin American dishes daily. Their trademark dish, Tinga Chimichanga Tacos, is a perfect blend of shredded chicken with smoky tomato sauce, which is served with a topping made from crema lettuce and tomato.

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