Eat St., Season 1, Episode 4
The city's most recognizable pig truck, this giant chrome hog-shaped van with a built in snout and sunglasses is famous for its pulled pork sandwiches.
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Feastro Rolling Bistro
Sunshine Coast of British Columbia
At this chef-run food cart, it's the fresh local seafood, such as their famous banzai prawns that keep customers coming back.
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This Lone Star state mobile trailer serves lip-smackingly good Southern style fried chicken and waffles.
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San Francisco, CA
This technologically advanced truck serves steamed and baked Asian buns with delicate, exotic filings - and sports one of the longest lunch lines in San Francisco.
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Eat St., Season1, Episode 5
Vito's Lotsa Pasta Truck
Operated by a full-time police officer, this new age food purveyor has people pulling over for its build-your-own pasta dishes, all cooked to order on the truck.
Clover Food Lab
This mobile truck serves no-meat pita sandwiches, salads, rosemary French fries and blended fruit juices. They're food is so good, even meat-lovers forget that it's vegetarian.
World Fare BUStaurant
Los Angeles, CA
This west coast mobile double-decker bus satisfies lunch-goers with outstanding South African inspired dishes.
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The Roaming Dragon
Vancouver, British Columbia
The first gourmet food truck to hit the city, this mobile restaurant earned its stripes with west coast inspired Pan-Asian fare, including pork belly sliders, fried rice balls, chicken kaarage, and house-made lemonades.
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Eat St., Season1, Episode 6
The Big Egg
Serving sweet and savory egg sandwiches, this stationary breakfast cart helps customers kick-start their day with dishes like their Monte Cristo - one egg any style, grilled black forest ham and gorgonzola, drizzled with pure maple glaze and then stacked between two pieces of crunchy vanilla cardamom brioche French toast.
The city's first mobile pizza truck, it's so good that on your first visit the servings may just have you seeing doubles.
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This New England hot dog truck has customers rolling over for its house-made gourmet sausages, served from a traditional rolling street cart.
Ed's Lobster Bar
New York, NY
This NYC kiosk serves some of the most extravagant street food, in the heart of the financial district, with its pricey yet delicious lobster rolls.
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