Seattle's Mobile Munchies

Seattle's trademark culinary creativity heads to the streets in food trucks and carts

Seattle's mobile food scene brings unique dishes and colorful trucks to nearly every corner of the city, offering tasty alternatives to the usual restaurant atmosphere. Hungry travelers can find the most current schedules via Twitter, and we've got a few of the best food trucks you should check out.

Skillet
Launched in 2007, Skillet is a staple of the Seattle lunch hour. The Airstream changes its menu every week, but the burgers, poutine and legendary bacon jam are here to stay.  @skilletstfood

Maximus/Minimus
Specializing in BBQ, the Pig serves up spicy Maximus dishes, and sweet, bright and tangy Minimus combos to make tastebuds swoon. @somepigseattle.com

Marination
Marination Mobile, or Big Blue, as she's called by locals, has quickly grown into a fan favorite with Hawaiian-Korean fusion dishes like tacos, sliders and kimchi rice bowls. @curb_cuisine

Jemil's Big Easy
Offering an authentic taste of New Orleans, Chef Jemil Aziz cooks up gumbo, jambalaya, po-boys and etouffée out of his bright yellow truck. Authentic and delicious. @jemilsbigeasy

Chopstix
The newest truck in Seattle's mobile food scene offers up high-quality Asian cuisine with a modern twist and a touch of comfort. Try the Asian pulled pork or ratatouille sandwich! @chopstixmobile