Discover must-try food trucks in Detroit

Sherrie Williams

DETROIT, MI - Nowadays, the food truck trend has become an indelible part of culinary world. If you are looking for food trucks around Detroit, here are some worth-trying food trucks you should try.

1. Detroit Eatery

Location: 200 W 5th St, Royal Oak, MI 48067

The Detroit Eatery is a family-owned and operated restaurant with more than 20 years of experience. One of the owners prepares the food, which has a homey taste. Detroit Eatery serves delectable American, Asian, Indian, and Mediterranean cuisine. You'll be wowed by the menu's selection of chicken, beef, lamb, and vegetarian dishes. Their services include delivery & pick-up catering, and gift cards. They cater to a wide range of events, including birthday parties, weddings, corporate events, and more.

2. El Taquito Taco Truck

Location: E & L Supermercado | 1930 Military Street, Detroit, MI 48209

El Taquito Taco Truck is a family-owned restaurant, serving real homemade Mexican food. Their main menu include tacos, super burritos, regular burritos, tortas, quesadilla, and Tostadas De Ceviche. Their famous menu is of course, like its name, the taco. They have tacos in onion, cilantro, salsa at affordable prices from $1.25 to $2. Their featured items are spicy pork, grilled chicken, beef tongue, and many more. You will feel like you are in Mexico just by going here and enjoying their menu.

3. Impasto

Location: Detroit, MI, US 48226

In English, the word "Impasto" means "dough." Impasto's dough is unique as it is made in-house to ensure that every Impasto wrap is delicious! It's fermented naturally with wild yeast, giving it a delicious, distinct flavor that can't be found anywhere else. Every Impasto is rolled to perfection after being griddled for a fluffy, golden-brown crust and loaded with the freshest, locally sourced ingredients.

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