Travel website entices visitors with popular Caribbean food trucks
CoffeeMeetsBeach.com, a travel website focusing on beach destinations worldwide, has posted what it considers to be the Caribbean's best food trucks on its website as an enticement to visit Caribbean beaches. The "Best Food Trucks in the Caribbean" highlights eight food trucks that offer a diverse range of cuisines, including fresh-caught seafood, Italian street food, Greek fare, Mexican fare, American-style barbecue and British-style fish and chips.
The website includes links to each truck's Facebook page, where visitors will find reviews and recommendations.
Kite City, Bonaire
Kite City, located at Te Amo beach on the island of Bonaire, serves tuna caught daily, along with other fresh fish, salads, wraps and burgers. Catches are listed daily on the truck's Facebook page. Local musicians frequently perform near the truck.
|Kite City, Bonaire|
Eataly, located on Palm Beach in Aruba, features Italian street food, including lasagna, gourmet burgers, bread with homemade truffle mayo and pizza.
Little Olive Food Truck, St. John
Little Olive Food Truck, located at Cruz Bay on St. John, features Greek food made with fresh local organic ingredients. The fare includes gyros, stuffed grape leaves, lamb shank, falafel and salads. Beer and wine are also available. The truck is close to the stepping-off point for visitors arriving by ferry.
|Little Olive Food Truck, St. John|
Killer Tacos, St.Croix
Killer Tacos, located along Route 70 in the town Christiansted on the northern shore of St. Croix, features Baja Mexican food — including tacos, burritos, guacamole and salsa — made from scratch with local ingredients. Local juices and desserts are also available.
|Killer Tacos, St. Croix|
BBQ Express, Curaçao
BBQ Express, located off of the Caracasbaaiweg in Willemstad, Curaçao, features American-style barbecue, including ribs, chicken and steak, accompanied with fries. The truck uses reusable food boxes and cutlery.
|BBQ Express, Curaçao|
Cummin Up, Grenada
Cummin Up, located at Grand Anse Beach on the island of Grenada, prides itself on jerk chicken. The menu consists of homemade food, including local fish, lamb, rice and goat curry. There is a bar serving rum, beer and mixed drinks.
|Cummin Up, Grenada|
Chippy, located at Dickinson Bay on Antigua, features British-style fish and chips, as well as sausages, meat pies and mushy peas. All fish is caught locally and prepared fresh to order. Lobster is available in season. Local beers and other beverages are available, as well.
Pam Snack, Martinique
Pam Snack, located in the parking lot at Le Diamant Beach on Martinique, serves fish that is barbecued, smoked and grilled on site all day long. The menu also includes accras, Caribbean fritters cured in salt and dried, as well as chicken and ribs. Local beers are also available.
|Pam Snack, Martinique|