Charleston is known for its prosperous culinary history in sit-down places to eat like the longtime Gullah Geechee Bertha’s Kitchen area — which just detailed its house for sale — the historic district’s 82 Queen, Peninsula Grill or new Parisian cafe Brasserie la Banque. But Charleston’s culinary progress has achieved further than brick-and-mortar to on-the-road institutions. Meals trucks are Charleston’s ever-going gems and normally well worth the end when you can find them.
In Town Paper’s 13 food stuff vehicles on the streets of Charleston, you’ll uncover a selection of bites for pretty much any section of the town — and Instagram inbound links to come across your up coming rendez-vous.
Bangin’ Vegan Eats
The identify suggests it all – Bangin’ Vegan Eats provides nicely, bangin’ vegan eats to the Lowcountry. Get a taste for tasty, healthier-option foods.
Chef Anthony Leonard delivers the heat and taste in this 7,000 pound meals trailer. Irrespective of its name, there ain’t nothin’ modest about Bits-N-Bytes.
Very little better to cure a hangover or sober you up than with smash burgers. No want to black out when you can pig out with Blackout Burger.
Latin American, Asian Fusion
Even though Dashi has a brick-and-mortar on Remount Highway, its meals truck can still be uncovered all over the streets, serving up Latin and Asian fusion.
South American, Latin American
Don Sazon provides Venezuelan cuisines, serving up plates of empanadas. Acquire ‘em by one, two, a few or four for much less than $20.
Desserts, Ice product
Awesome off in the Charleston spring and summer time heat with ice product and desserts from Holy Rolly, specializing in rolled ice cream.
Jared and Katie Maus provide the taste of the north with Maine and Connecticut lobsters, served in rolls, mac and cheese and grilled cheese. Best it off with a New England whoopie pie.
Stuff your mouths with Filipino finger foodstuff with filling choices of beef, pork or hen. If you are nonetheless hungry, fill up with other common meals like pancit or siopao (shoo-pow).
Newer to the roadways, Motley Chew serves up eclectic eats influenced by worldwide street meals, matched by the avenue art aesthetic of their foods truck.
Asian fusion, Indian
There’s a motive Roti Rolls has been voted Greatest Food items Truck in Metropolis Paper’s 2021 Finest Of awards. It’s been serving up scrumptious bites because 2010 and is among the the longest-working vans in the Lowcountry.
Korean, Asian fusion
Lynn Hobart delivers Charleston a piece of her home with Korean fried corn dogs and dishes like japchae. A fantastic new addition to the Charleston blend.
Japanese, Asian Fusion
Come across the black food items truck with painted pink sakura bouquets all over city, serving up Japanese-style rice bowls filled with protein alternatives of karaage (fried hen), tonkatsu (fried pork cutlet), beef, shrimp, tofu or cauliflower.
Wicked Waffles provides twists of the breakfast staple with waffle pops, stuffed with sweet toppings like chocolate, bananas or Oreos.
This is only a tiny portion of the trucks and trailers on the roadways. For the entire list of Charleston foodstuff on the go, head to streetfoodfinder.com.
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