The US-born food truck phenomenon continues to grow in countries across the globe, and Mallorca is no exception. Embracing the trend are a number of stylish eateries on wheels such as Variat for tapas, Mediterranean eco-van El Xiribio, Manduka, who specialize in Angus hamburgers, and La Petit Caravan, for ‘green’ food.
The novel sight of colourful food trucks lined up opposite the yachts met visitors to Port Adriano in September, for the Food-Truck Festival. A far cry from your basic budget hamburger stall, the glossy vans gave the millionaire yachts a run for their money in the style stakes.
The tempting aroma of succulent brochetas wafted from a shiny red London bus at Port Adriano, while the Notenom Fusion food truck dished up plates of inventive fusion cuisine worthy of the best restaurant, at bargain prices.
You can also head to the Santa Catalina area of Palma, which regularly sees the trucks roll into town, and whose VanBig event originally brought the scene together.
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