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The 10 Best Food Trucks in Italy

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The Romagna-style flatbread, arancini stuffed rice balls and Genoese focaccia are some of the most famous street foods in Italy. It’s undeniable that food trucks are trendy. All across the country, you’ll find vans, mini-vans, and carts serving delicious recipes rooted in Italian regional traditions. But how do you identify the truly exceptional ones? In this article, we’ve selected the 10 best food trucks in Italy.

1. Amarcord, Modena and Mantova

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Amarcord is a food truck bringing the flavors of Emilia-Romagna. Whether you’re into pumpkin tortelli with melted butter and cheese, tigelle stuffed with sausage pesto, or balsamic onion cream, they cook everything to perfection. It’s downright impossible not to stop and try a bit of everything.

2. Bello & Buono, Milan

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Started in Milan by Bocconi graduate Antonio Dell’Ermo, who teamed up with Vincenzo Menna, this establishment features a mobile fryer set up in a Piaggio Ape, offering typical products from Mediterranean and Campanian traditions. Notable items include panuozzi stuffed with sausage and broccoli rape, cuoppi filled with fried delights, and tasty pucce. The pizza masters of Bello & Buono also have a permanent location at Viale Sabotino 14 in Milan.

3. Farinel on the Road, San Germano

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Farinel on the Road is one of the best food trucks in Italy specializing in miasse, corn flatbread cooked on hot griddles over fire and filled with local specialties like potato salami or salignon, a ricotta cream. These dishes are typical of Canavese in Piedmont.

4. Marchese on Wheels, Palermo

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In Palermo, Alessandro Marchese offers high-quality, locally crafted pastries. He prepares famous Sicilian cannoli filled with fresh ricotta, pistachio, and candied orange. Other specialties include raspberry with candied ginger and salted caramel chocolate. Alessandro travels around the whole country to sell his treats.

5. La Toraia, Florence

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La Toraia serves succulent Chianina beef burgers cooked to perfection – the best you’ll ever taste. Chianina is the name of the most famous Italian cow breed which originated in Tuscany’s Chiana Valley. But be sure to save room to savor at least one bite of the Tuscan pork hot dog. They also serve their own artisan beers.

6. Amici di Ponte Vecchio, Florence

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Managed by Stefano Masini, known to Florentines as the “Giotto of Covaccini”, Amici di Ponte Vecchio is a food truck specializing in stationary street food featuring covaccini. These are traditional Tuscan flatbreads filled with carefully selected, often locally sourced ingredients. They also offer focaccias and sliced pizzas.

7. La Folperia da Max & Barbara, Padova

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At Max and Barbara’s food truck, seafood is the specialty. They offer boiled snails and crabs, shrimp meatballs, whipped cod, calamari fritters, and mixed fried seafood. The highlight is the legendary folpetti, musky octopuses boiled in water with salt and bay leaf and served with parsley sauce, oil, pepper, and lemon juice.

8. Lorenzo Nigro, Florence

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Lorenzo Nigro specializes in sandwiches with tongue, tripe, and offal, along with Chianina beef burgers and hot dogs – all prepared in accordance with the traditions of Tuscan cuisine. He roams the neighborhoods of Florence, frequently stationed at the city’s central market. However, he can also be found in other locations across Italy.

9. Sate & Sake, Turin

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Sate & Sake is the food truck of Yustin Yip, offering delicacies from Malaysian cuisine. They serve grilled chicken skewers with turmeric and spicy peanut sauce, including the famous satay, all prepared in the traditional Malaysian street food style.

10. Scottadito, San Benedetto del Tronto

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In San Benedetto del Tronto, in the Marche region, Enrico Cimaroli and Andrea Illuminati run one of Italy’s best food trucks, serving their delicious local dishes. Known as Scottadito, they serve their food hot in paper cones. Specialties include stuffed olives from Ascoli, fried fish, and croquettes made with pecorino cheese from Monti Sibillini.

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