Oklahoma City is loaded with incredible eating experiences, and the city’s food-truck community plays a huge role in providing diverse options.  

Where can you find the best food trucks in Oklahoma City? That’s tough to answer. The Oklahoma City food-truck community does such a great job spreading the love around the metro. You can often find trucks lined up near Scissortail Park or the Midtown district on a warm summer night.  

There are plenty of staples around the metro that are worth a visit as well, so we’ve compiled a list of 15 food trucks to begin your OKC food truck journey:  


Blackxican Soul Food Shak

Collard green quesadilla? Peach cobbler fried taco? If your mouth is watering (or confused), look no further than Blackxican Soul Shak for answers. This truck provides a menu that beautifully fuses the flavors of Soul and Mexican cuisines and delivers one of the more unique eating experiences in the city.   

Connect with Blackxican Soul Food Shak on social to see where they will be next. 


Bobo’s Chicken

Say hello to a veteran of the Oklahoma City food scene. Known for their fried chicken, seasoned to perfection every time and covered in honey, Bobo’s (1433 NE 23rd St.) has maintained the profile of a hidden gem, despite its massive popularity among locals. It’s only open Friday and Saturday evening, so expect a line, bring cash and be happy you stayed patient to enjoy some of the best fried chicken you’ll ever find.   


Chef Rays Street Eats

Oh, speaking of some of the best fried chicken you’ll ever find, Chef Rays Street Eats is a bit harder to categorize as a food truck these days, because of its permanent location inside Parlor Food Hall. But you can still often see their truck out in the community, and if you do, pull over and don’t be surprised when your order is busting out of the to-go box. The portions are that big, and they have the flavor to match.   



This beloved drive-in-turned-food-truck does a great job of capturing the nostalgia of old Oklahoma City with their handmade root beer and classic hot dogs that has kept their loyal following coming back through the years. Coit’s lacks a permanent location, but it updates its Facebook page each week with where it will be around the city.   

Connect with Coit’s on social to see where they will be next. 


Frisbee Burger

Where can you find an Oklahoma onion burger? Frisbee Burger delivers a solid contender to OKC’s vibrant burger scene. Frisbee Burger, a regular at food-truck events around the city, offers a simple but delicious menu, which includes burgers, hot dogs, fries, chili and frito pies. Best yet? All kids meals are served on a frisbee.   

Connect with Frisbee Burger on social to see where they will be next. 


Hot Dog OKC

Wiener up! Hot Dog OKC hops around the metro, but if you can find them, expect to struggle picking between their stacked lineup of specialty dogs, hot links, bratwurst, polish sausage and frito chili pie.   

Connect with Hot Dog OKC on social to see where they will be next.


Junction Coffee

Your morning stroll around downtown Oklahoma City wouldn’t be complete without a cup of Junction Coffee, which isn’t so much a truck. Rather, look for the double-decker bus to get your morning coffee fix with local drip, espresso, cold brew, tea and grab-and-go food options.   

Connect with Junction Coffee on social to see where they will be next.


Just Desserts

From community events to private catering, food trucks don’t get much sweeter than Just Desserts. The floral-themed truck offers a variety of small-batch ice cream and Italian ice flavors to help you chill out during the warm-weather season. Worth noting: Vegan and gluten-free options are available.   

Connect with Just Desserts on social to see where they will be next.


La Birria Superb

For those on the hunt for the best birria in Oklahoma City, La Birria Superb is a worthy stop with its rich, authentic recipe that makes for a world-class quesabirria experience. La Birria Superb serves its birria in a variety of ways, including its birria ramen, birria fries, birria torta, quesabirria quesadilla and birria hot cheetos. Currently, they are located at 6001 S. Western every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 


Let’s Do Greek

Where can you find Greek, Mediterranean or vegetarian food in Oklahoma City? Let’s Do Greek is a staple of the Oklahoma City food-truck scene, serving sandwiches, bowls and sides that will quickly comfort your taste buds with the fresh ingredients the truck provides in each of its orders.   

Connect with Let’s Do Greek on social to see where they will be next.



OhMyGogi marries Korean and Mexican recipes for a harmonious menu, revolving around the incomparable Korean BBQ steak, known as Bugogi, and includes customizable rice bowls, Korean tacos, fried dumplings and more.   

Connect with OhMyGogi on social to see where they will be next.


OK Yummy

Oklahoma City is home to traditional Mexican snack shops, including the popular truck OK Yummy, located at lower Scissortail Park. Open Thursday to Sunday from 6-11 p.m., OK Yummy has your raspados, aguas frescas, elotes, dorilocos and more to satisfy those spicy cravings.   


S&S Flautas

Some of the most unique Mexican snack offerings can be found at S&S Flautas, which is parked in the Universal Tires & Wheels lot, located between S May Ave and S Penn Ave on SW 59th St. S&S Flautas offers traditional flautas, including flautas de papa, flautas de carne deshebrada and flautas de pollo. But do not overlook their loaded hot cheetos flautas, buffalo chicken ranch flautas or mini taco nachos.   


Taqueria Sanchez

Taqueria Sanchez, located at 4011 NW 10th St, offers a traditional taqueria menu, including taco plates, tasty tortas, wet burritos and a variety of carnes for a well-rounded experience from an OG in the Oklahoma City taco game.   


Taste of Soul Giant Egg Rolls

Taste of Soul Giant Egg Rolls is an egg-roll-lover paradise. The truck (and new brick-and-mortar located at 4605 SE 29th St.) serves up specialty giant egg rolls, featuring 10 different options that range from your standard chicken egg roll to the more unique bacon, hash brown and cheese egg roll. You can pair two giant egg rolls with your choice of rice (the spicy chicken fried rice is a favorite). They also offer egg roll in a bowl salads and dessert egg rolls.