In Los Angeles, James Cunningham visits the traffic-stopping Grilled Cheese Truck for, you guessed it, gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. A stop in Austin, Texas, means visits to Izzoz Tacos and G'Raj Mahal, an eclectic and artsy stationary trailer that serves authentic Indian dishes, including naan freshly baked in a tandoori oven built right into the trailer. The final stop is New York City for some schnitzel with an attitude at Schnitzel and Things. This mobile food truck operated by a former Wall Street investment banker serves authentic Austrian schnitzel platters, sandwiches and side salads.
James Cunningham starts at the Brunch Box, a stationary cart in Portland, Ore., where outrageous items line the menu, like a burger stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches. Nothing screams innovative dessert like curry coconut flakes or crushed wasabi peas over soft-serve ice cream from the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck in New York City. The next stop is Sauca, a mobile food truck in Washington, DC, with world cuisine served in flatbread, and in Seattle, stop at Where Ya At Matt mobile truck for New Orleans-style dishes with chicken and Andouille sausage gumbo.
James Cunningham begins at the Frysmith Truck in Los Angeles, where they serve a heaping helping of crispy Belgian-style fries with unique toppings. Then it's off to Portland, Oregon, to visit Creme de la Creme for classic French cuisine. Things sweeten up at the Sugar Philly Truck in Philadelphia, and the final stop is Fusion Taco in Houston, Texas, for ethnically inspired tacos including Korean-Mexican, Indian-Mexican and Middle Eastern-Mexican.
James Cunningham starts at Maximus Minimus in Seattle for pulled pork sandwiches and then it's on to the chef-run Feastro Rolling Bistro in the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada, where fresh, local seafood keeps customers hooked. Later, check out Lucky J's Chicken and Waffles in Austin, Texas, and stop at Chairman Bao in San Francisco for steamed and baked Asian buns with delicate, exotic fillings.
In Hoboken, New Jersey, James Cunningham introduces Vito's Lotsa Pasta Truck, which is operated by a full-time police officer and offers build-your-own pasta dishes. Next it's time for Clover Food Lab in Boston for vegetarian pita sandwiches and more. Then, head to the World Fare Bustaurant, a mobile double-decker bus in Los Angeles, and Vancouver's first mobile gourmet food truck, the Roaming Dragon.
James Cunningham starts off at The Big Egg in Portland, Oregon, for sweet and savory egg sandwiches. The next stop is DC Slices, Washington's first mobile pizza truck where the servings will have you seeing doubles. Then, head north to Hewtin's Dogs in Providence, Rhode Island, for house-made gourmet sausages and Ed's Lobster Bar Kiosk in New York City for some of the most extravagant street food, including lobster rolls.
James Cunningham introduces Red Fish Blue Fish, a stationary retrofitted shipping container in Victoria, B.C., that serves a variety of local and fresh seafood dishes. Then head to New York City's Biryani Cart for authentic Indian-Mediterranean food. In Seattle, Marination Mobile dive into Korean-Hawaiian inspired dishes, and in Austin, Texas, Chef Iliana de la Vega's serving up authentic Oaxacan cuisine at her El Naranjo mobile trailer.
James Cunningham introduces Chi'Lantro BBQ, a mobile truck serving Korean-Mexican inspired tacos, burritos, quesadillas and burgers in Austin, Texas. Then he finds more barbecue in Boston at Silk Road BBQ, a kiosk-style hut assembled each morning that serves Asian-inspired fare.
James Cunningham starts at Stefania's Pierogi Truck in Hoboken, New Jersey, for their traditional Polish dishes. Next, find out how Veraci Pizza in Seattle bakes gourmet thin crust pizzas in less than 90 seconds in its mobile, wood-burning, pull-cart oven. Then, move on for a helping of Colombian-style sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs from the Yellow Submarine in Miami, Florida. And finally, for Mexican-West Coast fusion cuisine, TacoFino Cantina on the wild west coast in Tofino, British Columbia, is the place to be.
First up for James Cunningham is gourmet street meat at the Japadog cart in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, where they serve more than the average hot dog. Next, things heat up in Miami at the Rolling Stove, a mobile truck serving up hot and spicy meals like jerk chicken. For authentic Scottish-style fish and chips, head to the Frying Scotsman in Portland, Oregon, and then cools things off at Coolhaus, a converted postal van in Los Angeles serving architecturally inspired ice cream sandwiches named after famous architects.
James Cunningham hunts down Garden State Cart in Portland, Ore., which uses local and sustainably sourced ingredients in its East Coast-Sicilian Meatball Hero Sandwich. Then stop at Skillet Street Food in Seattle, a pioneer in mobile gourmet trailers serving dishes such as sockeye salmon with succotash and their famous gourmet burger with homemade bacon jam. For a personalized falafel sandwich, head to Liba Falafel in San Francisco, and finally, in Houston, Texas, grab empanada-style pocket pies at Oh My! Pocket Pies.
For gourmet burgers and a side of heavy metal, James Cunningham heads to Grill 'Em All in Los Angeles. In Austin, Texas, The Mighty Cone is serving tortilla cones filled with crispy chicken, deep fried avocado, crispy shrimps -- or a combo of your choice! Don't miss the Filipino cuisine at San Francisco's Hapa SF and Cuban-style seafood dishes and sandwiches at The Fish Box in Miami.
James Cunningham gets things rolling at Roli Roti, a San Francisco food truck with a built-in chicken and pork rotisserie serving up succulent sandwiches. For meatballs with an international appeal, join the folks flocking to Great Balls on Tires in Los Angeles. Next, stop at Rebel Heroes in the Washington, D.C. area for Vietnamese-Cuban inspired banh mi sandwiches, and in Philadelphia, you'll find La Dominique Creperie, a mobile cart serving sweet and savory French-style, thin battered crepes, with an artist's touch.
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