The Northwest Arkansas Food Trucks – South (Fayetteville, Lowell and Springdale Arkansas) are famous for their delicious and handy gourmet food delivered to your via the welcoming window of their food trucks. Whether you’re up for late-night dining, or just grabbing some quality food on your way home from work, you can find just the meal you’re looking for at one of the awesome Top 10 food trucks we’ve listed below:
758 W. North Street
Andouille is a cajun and creole food truck that offers fresh food with just the right amount of authentic spicy. Even Louisiana natives rate it as top notch. Service is efficient and friendly too. Please check FB page for weekly locations.
Burton’s Comfort Creamery $
372 W Dickson St.
From signature cones to spicy sundaes, customers love this beautiful little food truck. Burton’s has soft serve ice cream, sundaes and cones. Serving up spicy, sweet and salty, Burton’s has your sweet tooth covered. With 10% butterfat, these sweet treats are beyond addictive.
Dot’s Nashville Hot Chicken $
617 N College Ave, (615) 594-6172
If you like your chicken spicy, then you simply must stop by Dot’s where you can get some of the most delicious hot chicken you’ve ever put in your mouth. Spiciness ranges from mild to hot, and the medium will bring you to tears. The breading is flavorful and the chicken on the inside is moist and tender. Dining at Dot’s is bound to be an experience you’ll repeat often.
Frickin Chicken $
372 W Dickson St, (479) 571-0008
Located in Shulertown (off Dickson) in Fayetteville, Frickin Chicken is the finest piping hot fried chicken on the bone you’re likely to find in NWA. Hot fried chicken and waffles – so good, so very tasty! They are open until 3 AM Thurs – Sat., perfect for late night bites. The owners dish out friendly hospitality regardless of the hour, and for every adult meal they offer one free kid’s meal.
Punjabi Kitchen $
2060 N Crossover Rd, (479) 445-2003
Great place to get fresh, authentic Indian food in Fayetteville. Customer service is excellent, and owner is friendly and accommodating. Try the Palak Paneer and the Chicken Tikka Masala. Try it once and you’re bound to become a regular.
Purple Banana $
900 S Main St, (479) 770-9969
Open 11 – 2 Tues – Fri, the Purple Banana is a food truck specializing in amazing, fresh Mexican and latin flavors
including its signature deep-fried tacos. If you enjoy sweets, try the Banana Chimi, it will knock your socks off.
Check FB or Instagram for weekly location.
Wicked Wood Fired Pizza $
1946 N. Birch Street , (479) 466-2759
Wicked Wood Fired Pizza puts out delicious crispy pies baked in an Italian made wood fire oven, which fires to over 700 degrees. These signature pizzas will keep your taste buds popping and begging for more. Try the Wicked Supreme first and then try all the rest.
Zuppa Zuppa Soup Kitchen $
412 Government Street, (479) 595-4898
Handcrafted, scrumptious gastric creations including original recipe soups, fresh made salads and crostini are the backbone of Zuppa Zuppa. Only the freshest of ingredients are used from local growers and producers. The menu flexes from day to day, giving you a chance to sample more of the many culinary savory creations served from this popular food truck.
La Carreta Food Truck $
515 S Bloomington St, Lowell, AR, (479) 502-4868
This local taco truck has tasty tacos at very reasonable prices. Five bucks buys you a huge burrito or quesadilla.
Close to J.B. Hunt, it has outdoor seating and takeout.
Ying’s Chang Hmong & Chinese Hot Food $
4782 N College, Springdale, AR, (479) 966-7789
Especially known for its large portions and hot, fresh, delicious Asian food, this little food truck in Springdale is quickly becoming a favorite stop for residents, newcomers and visitors to NWA. If you enjoy Asian fusion at reasonable prices you’ll love Ying’s Chang Hmong & Chinese Hot Food.
Harvest Moon Pies $
418 South Government Ave., Fayetteville, AR
This is pie crust like your Granny used to make, and it is nothing short of perfect. You won’t find crust like this anywhere. Harvest Moon Pies is a new food truck in Fayetteville, and one that is gaining in popularity by the second. They make both savory and sweet pies that are melt-in-your-mouth deliciousness. The only thing wrong with these pies is you can’t leave them alone. They are that yummy!