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Food Trucking Season

We are a nation of street food lovers, from the good old ‘thela’ Chaats to the Chole Bhature wala down the corner of the street. So the idea of food trucks isn’t entirely lost on us, on the contrary, we welcome it with open arms and empty bellies. And why not! With all its quirky food menus and fully equipped kitchens on board, these trucks are small versions of heaven on wheels, trickling down and making their way into the lives Delhi foodies. Since Delhi hasn’t quite figured out the licensing laws for food trucks yet, we dipped our toes in the quirky culinary pond of Gurgaon and picked our favorites. Least to say we absolutely loved it!

Drifter’s Cafe

Inspired by the caravans that line up on the streets of Thailand, Drifter’s cafe is a modern version of Indian –Chinese van, they offer Southeast Asian cuisines, like Thai, Japanese, Malaysian, Indonesian and more. Get your fix of Chicken Dim Sums and some delicious box meals at this heaven on wheels and drift into a satisfying food coma.

Timings: 12pm – 3pm & 6:30pm – 11pm| Location: Sector 29, Gurgaon| Cost for two: INR 400

Drifter's Cafe

 

Eggjactly

The closest experience of an authentic food truck, although they are yet to roll wheels out of Gurgaon, Eggjactly actually goes around the city, parking in different spots on different days. This food truck believes in making street food fun and healthy at the same time. Craving for a big fat breakfast? Roll over to this truck and give in to your craving for their yummilicious Anada-Bhurji Pav, the hangover meal with Bacon, Ham, and Cheese! That is some serious breakfast goals being met. Hallelujah!

Timings: 6pm-12 am | Location: Leisure Valley Road, Near Sector 29 Market, Gurgaon|Cost for two: INR 500

Eggjactly

 

Something Saucy

Another contender in the war of food trucks is Something Saucy. This colorful vehicle steals your attention with its name and the food options it has to offer are indeed saucy with 10 different sauces to choose from. Get your fast food fix with a twist with their ‘Crazy Fries’, Kadai Chicken Parantha and Chicken Potsticker.

Timings: 6pm-11pm |Location: Sector 29, Gurgaon |Cost for two: INR 500

Something Saucy

 

Sushi House Mafia

Just like the name, they certainly are the mafias of some mouth-watering sushi but with a twist! A new venture by the folks behind Eggjactly, Sushi house mafia serves up a delightful makeover to the Japanese cuisine. Try their Hot Tuna, Wasabi Prawn Sushi and California Crab Rolls.

Timings: 6pm- 11pm| Location: Sector 29, Gurgaon |Cost for two: INR 750

Sushi House Mafia

 

What The Truck

Craving from some American style hot dogs and burgers, then what the truck are you waiting for! This wheely wonder runs on solar energy and specializes in American grubs. Get yourself addicted to their sinfully indulgent Chicken Frankfurter stuffed with spiced Keema. It is both juicy and messy in a good way. You can also try their Chili Chicken burger, a well-seasoned patty topped with melted cheese, perfectly sandwiched between two sesame buns and served with potato wedges on the side. Think we just had a foodgasm!

Timings: 12pm- 3pm| Location: Sector 29, Gurgaon |Cost for two: INR 400

 

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The Hungry Traveller

The new kid on the food block, the Hungry Traveler is the answer to your hunger pangs. The menu ranges from American fast food to Sushi to everything we love combined in a new flavorsome avatar. Going through their menu, we narrowed down to a finger licking choice of Butter Chicken wrap, Prawn Tempura Sushi, and Oreo Waffles. Least to say we were blown away with the items and the experience certainly left us wanting more.

Timings: 6pm- 11:30pm| Location: Opposite Alchemist Hospital, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon |Cost for two: INR 600

The Hungry Traveller

 

Frugurpop

Familiarizing people with the delicious ‘Paletaz’ a Mexican ice pop made from fruits and other organic ingredients, Frugurpop is a pleasant  twist our love for popsicles this summer. Made without any preservatives or added colors the popsicles are made from fresh fruits and are beginning to become our favorite. If you can, try all the variants that they have to offer, our favorites were the Kiwi Strawberry Lemonade stick and Banana Nutella Waffle stick.

Timings: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10pm| Location: Sector 29, Gurgaon |Cost for two: INR 300

Frugurpop

 

Dig into the delicious world on wheels and let us know your favorites! Until then we are off to subject ourselves with to the second round of foodgasm. Happy food trucking!

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