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9 Delhi Food Trucks To Drive To Right Now

25/04/2015 8:59 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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Can we just start by stating the obvious; we know food trucks are meant to be mobile, and drive around serving food. Authentic or not, {read 'mobile or not'}, Delhi seems to have a sudden influx of the food truck concept. Although most of them don't really travel extensively, we're thinking as long as its on four wheels, it counts.

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The Lalit Food Truck Company

The Lalit Food Truck has a variety of food, mostly Mexican, for quick on-the-go eats. Try their quesadillas, or their crispy vegetarian tacos. If Mexican food isn't quite your favorite taste, they also have the option of falafel and a mean vegetarian burger. You know quality is high on their list; it's what The Lalit is known for.

Where: Barakhamba Avenue, Connaught Place

Contact: 011 44447777

Price: INR 100 onwards

Find out more about them here.

Editors note: For the time being, the truck is making its rounds in Chandigarh. Watch this space for updates for when it'll be back.

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Naastha Paani

Situated on MG Road, forget stationary, they are fixed in a wall, so you can be sure they'll never drive off. They open at 8:30am, incase you're on the road and looking for a breakfast fix. For all of you coming home to Gurgaon after work, they shut shop at 8:30pm, so you might still be able to catch a snack.

Where: 146, Mehrauli Gurgaon Road, Sultanpur

Contact: 9560324562

Find out more, and view their entire menu here.

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Super Sucker

The Super Sucker Food Truck, a year and a half old, can be found parked, every Thursday and Sunday, from 4:30pm until 9:30pm, at Wellington Estate in G-town. Besides those two days of the week, their focus is more on festivals, events and private parties. They're willing to cater to as little as ten people, so the next time you're hosting a party, do it differently, and ask them to cater. You can expect regular comfort food, and the occasional healthy option.

Where: Wellington Estate, Gurgaon, Phase-5 {Every Thursday and Sunday}

Contact: 9871547714

Stay updated, or get in touch with them, here.

Oh Buoy

Why should Gurgaon and Delhi have all the fun? Oh Buoy is parked in Noida, and offers everything from breakfast options {we hear their pancakes are awesome}, Mexican fast food, pastas and risottos, Lebanese, continental and a giant array of drinks. They're parked Monday through Friday, from 11am until 11pm, and from 2:30pm until 10pm on Saturdays. Like their fellow trucks, they also cater special events. All you have to do it get in touch.

Where: Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, Sector 93A

Contact: 9654000909

Stay updated, and get in touch with them, here or here.

What the Truck

Big props to their name, we might have laughed out loud. With a menu comprising burgers, hot dogs, wraps and the occasional appearance of Indian street food, What the Truck, primarily parks in different venues across Gurgaon and Sohna Road. You can find them 6 days a week, between noon and 9 pm. They also cater for events, birthday parties and festivals. PS: We hear their Chilli Doggy Dog is a winner.

Where: Stay updated with their location, by following them on Facebook, here.

Contact: 9810337934

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Flavor Labs

They drive around pretty much seven days a week, and have a sick menu as their co-passenger. Under Flavor Labs, they have two themes running; Kobri for South Indian inspired cuisine, and Hoppers, which features all American casual food. You can expect innovative, novel food like idli sandwiches and dosa wraps, chicken filled with Bok Choy in a malabar gravy, beetroot infused mutton kebabs, among many many others. Bookmark their deep friend Oreos {available across both themes}, and pulpy grape juice. They also cater, and do special events on request.

Where: Keep up with them on Facebook, here, to know where to find them in Gurgaon.

Contact: 01244266041

Find out more about them, here.

Hawkers

There are some days when there is nothing like street-side Indian Chinese food, and we suggest you turn to Hawkers. They've been around for as long as we can remember, providing solace on rough {and good} days. Our vote goes to their freshly prepared chowmein, and the succulent momos- both steamed and fried.

Where: C-2, Vasant Kunj, behind Monkey Bar {next the Vasant Vatika park}; D-1, DDA Market, Near Red Light, Aggarwal Sweets, Vasant Kunj; B-1, Vasant Kunj

Contact: 011 26895444 {for C-2}; 011 26890516 {for D-1}; 011 33105287 {for B-1}

Price: INR 90 onwards

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Frugurpop

Summer or winter, we love our popsicles, and Frugurpop takes them to a whole other level of awesome. For a creamier flavour, go for their Oreo Cookies & Cream bar, and if you're looking for a more fresh taste, we recommend their Fruitilicious flavor which is packed with an assortment of fruits {kiwi, strawberry, peaches and berries} and a hint of lemongrass.

Where: Sector 57, Gurgaon

Contact: +91 8171719777

Price: INR 100- INR 150

Find out more about them here.

Eggjactly

As close as you'll get to an authentic food truck, Eggjactly actually starts their engine. So far only available in Gurgaon, they park at different spots on different days. As for food, perfect for a mid-day snack or a quick bite on the go- literally. PS: Their breakfast choices are unmatched.

Where: Keep up with where they're parked, here.

Contact: 9811807878

This article first appeared on Little Black Book Delhi.

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