Top Food Trucks Mission Viejo

If you’ve been stuck in the ‘burbs for too long and don’t know what a food truck is, it’s basically a fast-food restaurant that moves. Featuring anything from crepes or vegan dishes to Mexican or Thai, each food truck has its own flavor—and that’s really the whole point.  Aside from a street full of food trucks, there isn’t another place can you enjoy a fajita and a creamy, filled crepe in one meal.

So you’re sold on the idea of finding delicious eats but have no idea where to find them in Mission Viejo? Most of the local food trucks post their schedules on Twitter and their individual websites—after all, they want you to know how to find them. 

Here’s a list of five unique food trucks that roam the Mission Viejo area. The only way to know how delicious they are is by trying them out, so hop in the car and get eating!

New York on Rye serves up New York City-style deli food made from scratch. Their grilled Reuben with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing on rye with your choice of pastrami, corned beef, or turkey sounds delicious! Their website gives their weekly schedule, and their Twitter page (@NewYorkonRye) is updated daily. 

The No. 1 Currywurst Truck of Los Angeles uses the best organic ingredients to serve up typical German food. Try their Original Plate and you’ll enjoy a currywurst with mayo and ketchup on a roll and a side of fries. If you really love their food, they even cater. You can find their weekly schedule on their Twitter feed (@CurrywurstTruck). 

Not So Fast provides local food and is especially loved by those on the Paleo diet. With a menu free of gluten, grains, soy, legumes, and preservatives, health-conscious patrons will be in food truck heaven. Also, can we please talk about their 

Cousins Maine Lobster is perfect for those East Coast survivors who finally arrived safely on the West Coast because these two cousins serve up traditional Maine lobster and delicious, fresh seafood, plus they deliver. You can order lobster, soups, or full meals online to serve two to three people. Their Mac and Fillet sounds scrumptious—gourmet lobster mac and cheese and 2 5-oz. filet mignons. The only thing missing is the wine. Check out their Twitter feed for more info (@CMLobster).El Pavo Diablo sandwich? A free-range turkey burger with grilled jalapenos, roasted red peppers, and spicy garlic aioli? Yes! Their Twitter page (@notsofastfood) is stocked full of their daily schedules.

• Crepes Bonaparte serves up fresh French cuisine exclusively in (drumroll, please) crepes! From their savory Caprese crepe with sliced tomato, chicken, mozzarella, and pesto to their HazelBerryAna with strawberries, bananas, Nutella, whipped cream, and chocolate drizzle, there's something for everyone. Check out their Twitter feed (@CrepesBonaparte) for today’s location. They also cater parties and bring a whole crepe station!

With more than 60 food trucks in Orange County, there's a lot of delicious food out there for you to try, so you better get moving! Make sure to check out Twitter for the trucks' latest stops. Just make sure you don’t eat before you leave the house, otherwise you won’t have enough room to try a little of everything! 

These food trucks are all close to Norm Reeves Acura of Mission Viejo. Stop in our dealership to schedule a test drive of your new Acura today!



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