11 Best Food Trucks In Salt Lake City

If you are looking for a fun food experience, why not try some of the best food trucks in Salt Lake City? Salt Lake is a food truck mecca, with hundreds of trucks that rotate through parks around Salt Lake County from spring through fall. No matter where you live in the valley, we recommend visiting thefoodtruckleague.com to see which park in your area is hosting a weekly food truck roundup.

The Very Best Food Trucks in Salt Lake City

Then you can head to your local park with friends and family and make a night of it! Or you can visit the Soho Food Park in Holladay any Wednesday through Sunday evening for a great selection of trucks. You will be pleasantly surprised to see that the Salt Lake food truck scene is diverse, exciting, and has something for everyone. Happy eating!


11. El Jaripeo Taco Truck

Located in Rose Park, this taco truck was recently featured in our guide to the best Mexican restaurants in Salt Lake City, and for good reason. Compared to other taco trucks, El Jaripeo has an extensive menu. Whether you are in the mood for a taco, burrito, quesadilla, torta, or a sope, you can find all of it here along with a wonderful salsa bar to finish off your food with. We recommend trying the asada tacos or an asada sope, then topping them with their creamy avocado salsa and some lime juice. Aside from their amazing selection of food, drinks, and salsas, El Jaripeo has to be counted as one of the best food trucks in Salt Lake due to the fact that they stay open until 11 p.m. Because you never know when those late-night taco cravings will come calling!

El Jaripeo Taco Truck

$$$$ Tacos, Food Trucks, Mexican

1188-1198 600 N, Salt Lake City, UT 84116 801-205-4190

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10. Skillets

Feel like trying something new for breakfast or brunch? Skillets is a fun addition to the food truck scene in Salt Lake, featuring homestyle food with a Venezuelan twist. You can’t go wrong with the tater tot skillet or the breakfast burrito, featuring their signature Venezualan shredded steak that melts in your mouth. Skillets made us ask ourselves why we don’t we eat steak and tater tots for breakfast more often. Permanently parked across from another brunch favorite, Sweet Lake Biscuits & Limeades, you can count on Skillets for a comforting yet flavorful breakfast or lunch. They also have great gluten-free and vegetarian options, so this is a great spot for a group with different dietary restrictions.


$$$$ Food Trucks, Breakfast & Brunch

67 W 1700 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84115 801-900-9988

9. Papito Moe’s

Papito Moe’s is a Puerto Rican Food truck that is one of the best food trucks in Salt Lake City, hands down. You’ve never had flavors like this before, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised that so much flavor can be somehow perfectly balanced. We recommend trying one of their grub bowls featuring your choice of meat, rice, and plantains. You can’t go wrong with their pernil bowl, featuring garlic and herb-seasoned roast pork shoulder, or the camarones al ajillo bowl feating pan-seared shrimp cooked in their signature garlic sauce. The arroz con gandules, a flavorful yellow rice, and the maduros, sweet, fried, plantains make excellent sides to your choice of meat. If you are looking to try something new, we urge you to give Papito Moe’s a try.

Papito Moe’s

$$$$ Puerto Rican, American (New), Caterers

7786 South 5600 West Suite 101, West Jordan, UT 84081 385-529-5462


8. The Cluck Truck

Calling all fried chicken lovers! This one is for you. What makes The Cluck Truck one of the best food trucks in Salt Lake City is the unique breading on their chicken. After their boneless tenderloins are brined for 24 hours, they are coated in a blend of crushed cornflakes, sesame seeds, and secret spices. Whether you are in the mood for some classic chicken tenders, a chicken sandwich, or one of their delicious wraps, you won’t be disappointed. We love the uptown chicken sandwich, featuring a chipotle lime sauce, purple slaw, and pickles, or the Hawaiian wrap with mango-jalapeno slaw, freshly cut pineapple, and a drizzle of bbq sauce. Run, don’t walk!

The Cluck Truck

$$$$ Food Trucks, American (New)

3359 South Main Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115 801-750-6508

7. Comfort Bowl

The name of this food truck doesn’t lie—this is comfort food at its best! Specializing in Asian comfort food, the chicken katsu is the star of the show at Comfort Bowl. The katsu is a crispy marinated fried chicken breast topped with their special roasted garlic and ginger sauce, with a side of lemongrass steamed rice and a Thai salad. Comfort Bowl is always on the move, but you can find their weekly schedule on their Instagram page. This is one food truck you don’t want to miss out on.

Comfort Bowl

$$$$ Asian Fusion, Food Trucks

Salt Lake City, UT 801-809-8178

6. Suzy Thai

We couldn’t talk about the best food trucks in Salt Lake City without mentioning Suzy Thai. If you are like us and crave mango sticky rice on the daily, you’re in luck because it’s Suzy Thai’s specialty. The mango sticky rice here is creamy, sweet, refreshing, and an all-around perfect dessert. On the savory end, you are going to want to give their massaman curry a try. Packed full of peppers, potatoes, chicken, and cashews, it is some of the best curry around. Suzy Thai is an award-winning truck run by three sisters, and you’ll find it rotating in the Food Truck League and as a regular at Soho Food Park.

Suzy Thai

$$$$ Food Trucks, Thai

4747 Holladay Blvd. Holladay, Utah 801-616-7516


5. San Diablo Churros

Craving something sweet? We know just the food truck for you. San Diablo’s churros are so good, you’ll be thinking about them for weeks after your first bite. Fresh from the fryer, they are the perfect combination of crunchy and flaky with a soft middle that melts in your mouth. What really puts San Diablo over the top is their incredible fillings. While they have seasonal flavors you’ll want to keep your eye on, their traditional fillings of sweet cream, Nutella, and dulce de leche are Female Foodie favorites. We recommend getting a pack of their mini churros with multiple fillings to see what you like best. Though their name means otherwise, we think these churros are straight from heaven.

San Diablo Churros

$$$$ Desserts, Food Stands, Caterers

231 4500 South Frontage Rd, Murray, UT 84107 801-432-0880

4. Nana’s Sonoran Hot Dogs

Forget everything you know about hot dogs because you’ve never had one like this. Sonoran hot dogs hail from Arizona and Northern Mexico and feature delectable toppings that are different than what you might expect. Let’s take a look at the Sonoran dog—a bacon-wrapped hot dog, topped with jalapeno sauce, mayo, ketchup, mustard, grilled onions, tomatoes, pinto beans, and cheese. Their fluffy hot dog buns round it all out. Don’t be alarmed if you find yourself immediately ordering a second one. This is a party in your mouth, and just what the food truck scene in SLC was missing. That is why we are happy to include Nana’s Sonoran Hot Dogs in our guide to the best food trucks in Salt Lake City.

Nana’s Sonoran Hot Dogs

$$$$ Hot Dogs, Mexican, Food Trucks

7659 S Redwood Rd, West Jordan, UT 84084 623-210-7320

3. Tacos Don Rafa

Outstanding salsas, meats, and tortillas make Tacos Don Rafa an essential stop in our guide to the best food trucks in Salt Lake City. We can’t stop talking about the barbacoa tacos, which are perfectly seasoned and mouthwateringly delicious. Top the barbacoa tacos with all the fresh toppings your heart desires (don’t skip the salsa roja) and sit in the shade at one of their picnic tables to enjoy. We love that Tacos Don Rafa is open late for those nights when you are craving something quick, inexpensive, and downright tasty.

Tacos Don Rafa

$$$$ Mexican, Food Stand

798 State St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111 801-809-5197


2. Makaya Caters

If Haitian food is new to you, you aren’t alone. But be prepared to become a lifelong fan after a meal at Makaya Caters. Chef Jean-Roody is passionate about bringing his family’s favorite foods to Salt Lake and we couldn’t be more grateful. We recommend the spectacular griot platter, a Haitian street food featuring fried plantains, pork that has been marinated in a Haitian spice blend, cinnamon, and a tamarind puree, spicy pikliz, a spicy pickled vegetable relish, and topped with a roasted red pepper coconut sauce. All of these flavors pack a punch and yet manage to create a perfectly balanced bite. The only way to make this meal even better is to get an order of their passion fruit juice on the side. Makaya Caters is one of the best food trucks in Salt Lake City because it is fresh, exciting, and unique.

Makaya Caters

Haitian, Caterers

56 E 3335 S St, South Salt Lake, UT 84115 385-743-1786

1. Yalla Kosher Food Truck

Introducing the best food truck in Salt Lake City—Yalla Kosher. Their outstanding offerings include insanely good (never dry!) falafel, the softest pita bread, and creamiest hummus in town. If you are looking to try something new that will knock your socks off, you must try their signature dish—the sabich shnitzel pita. A pita pocket filled with fried eggplant, breaded chicken breast, hard boiled egg, hummus, Israeli salad, and sour pickles. It is comforting, tangy, and bursting with flavor. The owner promises to transport you to a Tel Aviv beach with this food, and we guarantee you’ll be craving it weekly. Yalla Kosher is always located at 1760 S. 1100 E. and it is closed on Fridays and Saturday in honor of the Jewish Sabbath.

Yalla Kosher Food Truck

$$$$ Food Trucks, Mediterranean

1760 S 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105 801-759-1441

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