Theirs an easy way to find something to eat for lunch without going far. Food trucks are like restaurants on wheels. The chefs come to you — wherever you are working — bringing they're food to your city sidewalk. Food trucks are a way for chefs to get out of their restaurants and get onto the streets where customers can enjoy there food.
Chefs in food trucks are changing the way people spend theirs lunch hours. Rather than sitting inside, office workers and residents can walk outside theirs buildings to find a tasty bite to eat.
Some food truck owners take orders and follow a schedule. Other food truck owners use Twitter to tell people when they're trucks will be their. People can receive a call or a "tweet" telling them when the truck will arrive there, or they can just go to a particular place where their favorite truck usually parks.
Theirs a huge variety of food that is being offered on these trucks – some good and some not so good. Not all trucks have gourmet food on there menus. Their food can be rather ordinary or extraordinary. Some offer hot dogs and hamburgers, while others offer "Coq au Van¹" and "Crème Brûlée".
Chefs are using the trucks in the daytime to attract more customers by getting closer to their workplaces. However, local restaurant owners complain that their stealing customers. They're names are hilarious (very funny) , for example, "Shut Up & Eat", "Dogzilla", "Mutton, honey", "Hit n' Run", "Nacho Mama's", "Takosher" (Kosher tacos!), "Me So Hungry", "Chairman Bao" (pork buns), and "Great Balls on Tires" (meatballs).
Customers enjoy the creative presentations of the trucks. " Theirs a lot of clever marketing going on ther." remarked an appreciative customer.