Food Trucks in Provo, UT

Discover the culinary charm of Provo, UT, within its intimate yet vibrant food truck scene. Despite its size, Provo's mobile kitchens offer a delightful spectrum of flavors, seamlessly blending local ingredients with global inspirations. Ideal for both residents and visitors, the town's modest food truck community promises a unique taste of Utah's gastronomic creativity on the move. From savory bites to sweet indulgences, explore Provo's streets for an authentic and satisfying on-the-go culinary adventure, capturing the essence of this charming city nestled against the Wasatch Range.

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Kona Ice the FUNomenal shave ice truck of Utah! Tropical flavors made with stevia. We cater corporate events , weddings & much more! Kona Ice supports schools & sport leagues. So, if you're looking for FUN or FUNdraising, you've come to the right place!

J.Dawgs is a gourmet hot dawg concept who believes that the best things in life are simple. That great company and good conversation are the best condiments for good food. And that quality meat, a freshly baked bun, and our family's Special Sauce might not change the world, but it might make someone smile- and that can change their day! v

Mobile pizzeria creating handmade Italian style pizzas using fresh local ingredients. Pizzas are prepared and baked on-site in a wood-fired oven.

We make amazing liege waffles, trust us its more than a waffle its love at first bite! What is a liege waffle? Liege waffles originated in Belgium, in the 18th century, when a Prince of Liege asked his chef to make him a waffle pastry with sugar nibs. They have been making in Belgium ever since. We think ours is the best (thats because it is). Its made with a dough and imported Belgian Pearl Sugar and waffled on cast iron waffle irons for a caramelized and crispy exterior and a moist and dense interior. We make our dough fresh daily using the finest ingredients, we never use artificial flavors or sweeteners, to the extent possible we buy local natural.