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5 Washington Food Trucks to Check Out

Food trucks have really gained popularity in the last few years, and for good reason! The food quality is just as amazing as a brick-and-mortar restaurant, and you can find them popping up all over the place, whether it’s at a brewery, winery or event. Here are five Washington food trucks you need to check out.

Where Ya At Matt


Where Ya At Matt offers a great range of bold flavors that are inspired by New Orleans dishes. Their main focus is quality, which is why they only use fresh and local produce. Where Ya At Matt is always on the move, so you can find this Seattle food truck at a number of places around Seattle. They even offer catering services to a number of events and parties. You can find lots of delicious New Orleans classics here, like jambalaya, gumbo and cheesy grits. We also love their po boys, with options like Creole pork, cornmeal-breaded shrimp and catfish, fried chicken and smoked portabella. Dessert options include the hot beignets, sweet potato pie and pecan pie. For more information, visit www.whereyaatmatt.com.

Momo Express


Momo Express is a Seattle food truck that serves a modern take on traditional Vietnamese street food. The truck is named after the owner’s cat, Momo, and is inspired by childhood memories of eating delicious Asian street food in Ho Chi Minh City. The menu features popular Vietnamese dishes with a modern twist, incorporating elements of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cooking. All ingredients are fresh and locally sourced, with an emphasis on herbs and vegetables. The owner is trained by chefs who specialize in the art of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine, and they strive to bring their love of these flavors to every corner of Seattle through Momo Express. Menu highlights from this Washington food truck include a banh mi sandwich filled with juicy lemongrass pork, a beef short rib rice bowl and deep-fried eggrolls. For more information, visit www.seattlefoodtruck.com/food-trucks/momo-express.

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Layers Sandwich Co.

Layers Sandwich Co.


Layers Sandwich Co. rotates between different Seattle breweries throughout the week and is known for its artisanal sandwiches and salads. The food at Layers Sandwich Co. is responsibly sourced, seasonal and made from scratch. We recommend the Precocious Piggy that is made with slow-roasted pork belly, pepper jelly, chicories and pickled onion, all on a toasted potato bun slathered with aioli. This Washington food truck also has great vegetarian options like the I’d Date a Jalapeno and the Rock Out With Your Brocc Out. The warm banana-walnut bread is another crowd favorite, griddled with olive oil and finished with a touch of Maldon sea salt. For more information, visit www.layerssandwichco.com.

Off the Rez


Off the Rez is Seattle’s first Native food truck that specializes in authentic fry bread and Indian tacos. This Washington food truck quickly received lots of praise and press were quick to follow. They serve up delicious daily creations that have garnered a cult following. We love the Rez Burger served on fry bread, the BBQ pulled pork tacos and the sweet fry bread with Nutella. Off the Rez also offers catering from casual to formal for distinct events inspired by a beautiful heritage and culture. For more information, visit www.offthereztruck.com.

Tandem Unicycle


Two hours driving from Seattle, Tandem Unicycle is a pop-up restaurant by Yakima-raised Chef Jacob Garland. Chef Garland uses local ingredients from Yakima Valley and cooks what is fresh each season. You can find Tandem Unicycle popping up at both breweries and wineries in the Yakima, Tieton and Wapato areas. Focusing on seasonal and sustainable creations, Tandem Unicycle has a weekly rotating menu featuring house-made bratwursts, sandwiches and plenty of vegan options. Our faves? We really enjoy the Hawaiian rice bowls, mac salad and spam musubi. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/tandemunicycleyakima.

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