Austin’s Food Truck Scene Is Arguably the Best—Here Are Our Favorites

If you’ve spent time in Austin or even just driven through the city, you’ve likely seen the endless lines of people gathered around box trailers. Customers eagerly wait to purchase anything from decadent desserts to mouth-watering breakfast tacos. Here in Austin, food trucks are some of the best spots to satisfy any craving. From authentic global cuisine to some of the city’s strongest coffee to yes—even chocolate-covered bananas. And when it comes to the best food trucks in Austin, the Camille Styles team didn’t hesitate to share our favorites.

The Best Food Trucks In Austin

Among the best restaurants in Austin, there’s no denying that food trucks hold a special place in our hearts. Whether you’re here for a visit or a lucky permanent resident, our list of the best food trucks in Austin is filled with some of the greatest (and lesser-known) must-try spots. From comforting Thai dishes to elaborate, multi-ingredient milkshakes, we’ve got you covered.

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Everything about Bananrchy is just… wow. Chocolate-covered bananas have always been a top pick for dessert in my eyes, but this food truck takes them to a whole different level. With virtually every flavor combination you can imagine, there’s no way you’re skipping dessert. It’s truly one of a kind, making it hands down one of the best food trucks in Austin.

  • Price: $
  • Cuisine: American, Desserts
  • 1311 S 1st St | (512) 522-9316 | instagram | website
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Coat and Thai

There’s no lack of authentic, delicious Thai food in Austin, and we’ve uncovered one of the most underrated spots. If you’re searching for Thai food that brings top-notch flavor in a casual dining environment, then Coat and Thai is your spot. The menu isn’t as extensive as traditional dine-in Thai spots, but we promise it won’t disappoint.

  • Price: $
  • Cuisine: Thai
  • 1720 Barton Springs Rd | (512) 970-2154 | instagram | website

Cuantos Tacos

It’s not often you’ll find a quality breakfast taco for under $2.50 in Austin, but Cuantos Tacos is one of the few. While these are smaller and prepared more in the style of a street taco, they make up for their size in ingredients and flavor. Grab yourself a couple of carnitas y huevo tacos on your morning commute, and thank us later.

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Desnudo Coffee

In any city, there’s always a debate regarding the best coffee shops. And while flavor preferences differ, the entire team agreed: Desnudo delivers something for everyone. The tiny trailer checks all of my boxes when it comes to being served the ultimate latte—great outdoor ambiance, freshly roasted coffee, and prices that don’t leave my wallet suffering.

  • Price: $
  • Cuisine: Colombian, Coffee
  •  2505 Webberville Rd | (424) 400-1857 | instagram | website
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My kolache addiction began three years ago when I moved to Texas, and I’ll be the first to say it’s only grown in intensity. I can’t get enough of these savory and sweet Czech pastries, as they’re a food that doesn’t exist in my hometown in Florida. Kerlaches’ kolaches are handmade with high-quality ingredients that make for a delicious morning meal or afternoon snack.

  • Price: $
  • Cuisine: Czech
  • 2505 Webberville Rd | (512) 521-1604 | instagram | website
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Leroy and Lewis Barbecue

Austin is famous for some of the best barbecue in existence, and that’s not limited to your big-name companies like Black’s and Salt Lick. Leroy and Lewis Barbecue is one of the best food trucks in Austin for so many reasons, but mostly due to their diverse menu of lesser-known barbecue delicacies. They offer cauliflower burnt ends as a flavorful plant-based alternative alongside meat options like beef cheeks that’ll satisfy even the most discerning of carnivores.

  • Price: $$
  • Cuisine: American, BBQ
  • 121 Pickle Rd, Austin | (512) 945-9882 | instagram | website

Las Trancas Taco Stand

From al pastor to beef tripe, Las Trancas Taco Stand is the place to go for authentic Mexican street food plates and bites. Their close proximity to downtown makes them a popular late-night spot for all of your taco cravings. (We’ve all been there.)

  • Price: $
  • Cuisine: Mexican
  • 1210 E Cesar Chavez St | (512) 701-8287 | instagram | website
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Milky Way Shakes

A vegan milkshake!? Clearly, Milky Way Shakes has hit the food truck jackpot. It’s typically open until 9:30 or 10:30 in the evening, so you can always rely on it when the creamy, cream-less sweet craving strikes.

  • Price: $
  • Cuisine: American, Dessert
  • 2324 E Cesar Chavez St | instagram | website
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Pool Burger

What’s better after a long hot day in the Texas sun than a classic grilled cheeseburger? One of the most popular restaurants and best food trucks in Austin, Pool Burger never disappoints. Delicious drinks, specialty sandwiches, and an unbeatable atmosphere make this spot one to add to your Yelp page.

  • Price: $$
  • Cuisine: American, Dinner
  • 2315 Lake Austin Blvd | (512) 334-9747 | instagram | website
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Veracruz All Natural

Last but certainly not least, Veracruz is an all-around favorite for more than just its tacos. It’s one of the best food trucks in Austin for its refreshing, fresh fruit juices and a heavily shaded patio that’ll keep you from melting during the relentless Texas summer. There’s so much to love about this hidden gem—the picture says it all!

  • Price: $
  • Cuisine: Mexican
  • 2505 Webberville Rd | (512) 981-1760 | instagram | website