Food trucks can work well at any type of wedding. Whether you’re keeping it low key and having a pizza reception, or you just fancy some extra tea and scones, there are tonnes of options. Today’s post looks at eight cool food truck styles, from pizza to prosecco.
Mad as I am about Oreo milkshakes and fries, I didn’t know Eddie Rocket’s did weddings until recently. It was too late to book for my own wedding at that stage, and, while I’m sure it’ll probably be legally binding without the burgers, I would have LOVED to see everyone’s face when this food truck rounded the corner.
If you fancy something with a touch of retro glamour, check out The Vintage Parlour. This cute food truck serves ice-cream and scones with tea or coffee, and you can also opt-in for prosecco, doughnuts and cocktails.
Another one that’s gonna give your guests fuel to tear up the dance floor, The Chip Van offers “juicy burgers, jumbo hotdogs and beautiful battered cod.”Have a look through the rest of the menu and pricing on their website.
Like something a little more spicy? You’ll get your burrito and taco fix with Mexico K Chido, a food truck service that promises authenticity and classic Mexican flavours. Book or check out locations where you can taste some of their offerings on Roaming Hunger.
Galway-based Boxty’s menu is a spud-lover’s dream. I think “stuffed boxty pancake” is more poetic than anything I wrote down for my vows. Potato cakes aside, there’s loads of chip, burger and chicken options, plus a great kid’s menu.