Food on the Go: The Borough’s Top 5 Food Trucks

By Jaime Rosenberg

Food trucks used to be the workingman’s lunch – cheap, hot and mobile, easily parked outside a construction site in a neighborhood with few other dining options to serve hungry workers. But in today’s foodie culture, people are seeking out food trucks instead of the other way around. Yes, the food truck has come a long way, now serving up high-end regional niche cuisine that competes with some of the city’s best restaurants. And in a borough as ethnically diverse as Queens, there’s a mobile version of just about every ethnic option out there. Here’s the borough’s Top Five Food Trucks, just make sure you get there before they drive off!


#5.  Traditional XinJiang Barbecueskewers_cropped_pic

41st Ave. & Main St.



If you’re looking for some good barbecued meat that won’t break the bank, the Traditional XinJiang Barbecue Cart is the place to be. From chicken to lamb kidney, the cart has it all for meat lovers. The meat skewers hover above charcoal so that when the juices drip onto the charcoal, the smoke that comes back up is filled with flavor. The skewers are then finished off with seasoning to complement the juicy meat.


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