Best Food Trucks In Jersey City To Try Before The End Of Summer
The eclectic mix of culinary options in Jersey City are hard to miss, especially the wide variety of food trucks. Summer is the best time to enjoy what the Garden State has to offer. So, we’ve rounded up the best food trucks in Jersey City for you to check out:
This family-run seafood truck, established in 2015, won best food truck in New Jersey. The truck travels around the state but recently opened a pop-up location at 200 Harborside in Jersey City. Stop by on a lunch break or during a hot summer day to enjoy their signature crab cake dish and fresh lobster roll.
To see their locations calendar, please click here.
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This cutesy name originated from the three simple ingredients put into this delicious ice cream; milk, sugar and love. All flavors are churned with organic milk and are inspired by travel and the owner’s experience working in top restaurants. Some of the popular flavors include maple bacon toffee, honey pretzel, Thai tea, and French toast.
For hours and location, please click here.
Photo Credit: Milk Sugar Love
Nicknamed the “best of Israeli food in Jersey City,” Mordi’s Schnitzel Truck is definitely one to try. The owner, Mordechai Chichportiche, was born and raised in Israel. Now living in Jersey City, he cooks up authentic Israeli street food that he enjoyed from his childhood. Catch this truck for lunch in the Harborside neighborhood of Jersey City or for dinner in downtown Jersey City.
For more information on hours and location, please click here.
Photo Credit: Mordi’s Schnitzel Truck
Founded by Fumiji Aoki (Ms. Fu), Ms. Fu’s Yummy Food Truck combines Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese and American Food into delicious and daring creations. The menu is quite extensive for a food truck, ranging from a healthier lettuce chicken wrap to a sukiyaki rib-eye cheese steak sandwich!
For more information on hours and locations, please click here.
Photo Credit: Ms. Fu’s Yummy Food Truck
Luigi’s Ice Cream –
Yes, you know it, another ice cream truck! But who doesn’t enjoy cold ice cream during a hot day, especially during a work day? Luigi’s is famous for their “creamy buns” – a hot glazed donut filled with delicious hand-made ice cream. You can even get it rolled in fruity pebbles!
Photo Credit: Luigi’s Ice Cream