Food trucks are becoming the new fro-yo for BYU students. There are trucks for gourmet grilled cheese, pizza, hot dogs, burritos and snow cones. To help narrow down the options, here is a list of must-try food trucks.
1. Sweeto Burrito
Sweeto Burrito is the most unconventional burrito on the market. There are burritos with onion rings, hamburger, buffalo chicken, tater tots and more.
“You have to get a Sweeto if it’s your first time! The sauce is killer, and it’s the perfect size for a burrito,” said Jeff Baker, a 22-year-old BYU student from Texas.
2. CornDog Commander
The CornDog Commander is the big white truck with a huge brown corn dog on the top. For those whose taste buds tingle at the thought of a foot of battered hot dog, this is the perfect food truck.
“I love the father/son business that they’ve got going on, and they’re super friendly with their customers,” said Jess Babcock, a 21-year-old BYU student from Oklahoma. “Their corn dogs are incredible too!”
3. Waffle Love
Waffle Love is a food truck with a store front on State Street in Provo. Personnel make Belgian waffles topped with various toppings, including Nutella or Biscoff cookie spread, strawberries, ice cream, whipped cream and more.
“I am pretty sure I eat at the truck or store at least five times a week. They mastered the perfect balance of sweet toppings and hearty waffle. If you haven’t eaten here, let me take you on a date, ladies,” said Grant Brannock, an 18-year-old Provo resident.
4. Fiore Wood Fired Pizza
Pistachio pizza is one of the many unique pizzas made at the Fiore truck. When ordering from this truck, get a personal pizza — not just a slice. It is a great alternative to the usual Provo pizza shops.
5. Chedda Truck
The Chedda Truck is a burger, fries and tater tots truck. These burgers have Russian tarragon dressing, and personnel serve Krispy Kreme donuts, a Mexican Coke-braised pork belly and more. This is not a typical backyard barbecue burger joint.