From Anglo Indian Dishes To Mangalorean Fare, 6 Food Trucks In Bengaluru You Must Try

Food trucks have brought about a complete change in the street food scene in India. Let us explore the food trucks in Bangalore that have taken the city by storm.

Published On Sep 16, 2023 | Updated On Mar 04, 2024


With their unique and creative cuisines, food trucks are now to be found everywhere. From twists to the Indian traditional dishes, burrito bowls, burgers to crepes and ice-creams, the food truck culture is as inclusive as it gets. When in the city of Bengaluru, apart from the brick-and-mortar eateries, food trucks are a good food experience you must try. 

Here are 6 food trucks in Bangalore we absolutely recommend

Serving the tastiest barbeques, the Smokin’ Grill Barbeque should be your ultimate destination if you are in the mood for some smoky, charred, delicious food. Infused with flavours, these barbeques are to absolutely savour. Next time you crave a barbeque night, make sure you check out Smokin’ Grill Barbecue food truck. 

Location: Sahakara Nagar, Bengaluru
Price for two: Rs 250 (approx.)

Coming from the Lalit Ashok Hotel in Bengaluru, The Lalit Food Truck serves fast food with excellence. Offering flavourful Mexican dishes, from Fiery Vegetable Chimichanga, Jalapeno Omelette Sandwiches, and quesadillas to chocolate brownies and aerated drinks, count on the Lalit Food Truck for a complete meal. With top-notch quality and prompt service, the Lalit Food Truck is a must-visit.

Location: Indiranagar, Kumara Krupa Road, Bengaluru
Price for two: Rs 500 (approx.)

Easy to spot, Road Kill is a food truck in Bangalore which is always crowded with the presence of their loyal patrons. They serve delicious Anglo-Indian cuisine such as Roast Beef subs, Pork Vindaloo, Cheesy Potato Pops, Khao Suey, Beef Balls and so much more that you would not be able to name them all.

Location: Koramangala, Bengaluru
Price for two: Rs 400 (approx.)

Quite different from others on this list, Chalo Chai Peene in Koramangala is just what you need after a long day at work. Apart from a selection of teas, both black and green, and coffee, CCP also has a few variants of Maggi and omelettes that you can try. 

Location: Koramangala, Bengaluru
Price for two: Rs 150 (approx.)

While primarily focused on egg dishes, Eggstacy On Wheels in Brookefield, serves a small but interesting menu consisting of starters, rolls, parottas, and omelettes. Often adding newer dishes to the menu, folks at this food truck love eggs-perimenting with different flavours and textures. 

Location: Brookefield, Bengaluru

Price for two: Rs 200 (approx.)

Galli Kitchen, founded by a renowned Kannada actor, is a culinary gem that introduces the flavours of traditional Mangalorean cuisine to the masses. With a menu featuring recipes reminiscent of those lovingly prepared in countless home kitchens, Galli Kitchen has won the hearts of food enthusiasts from the very first bite. The food truck's commitment to preserving the authentic taste of Mangalorean dishes, coupled with its wallet-friendly prices, has propelled it to fame, making it one of the most celebrated food trucks in Bangalore.
Location: Banashankari, Bengaluru
Cost for two: Rs 300 (approx.)

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