Durban’s hottest food trucks

From mobile chicken rotisseries to vibrant vegan vans, here’s your guide to Durban’s best food trucks.

The Ameri-Canteen Food Truck

This American-themed food truck offers generous USA-inspired bites from their red, white and blue vehicle. Think corndogs and yummy pulled pork. Find them at outdoor events, markets and festivals around the city.
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This mobile catering company specialises in Durban’s three favourite fast foods: burgers, bunnies and boeries. Popular haunts include sporting days and events around Durban.
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Fudart STREATery

This pop-up dining concept food truck, pronounced ‘food art’, appears at exhibitions and shows around the city. Sometimes the truck takes to the streets on random days and serves up dishes like beef burgers, Durban bunny chows and falafels.
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Incendio Pizza

What’s not to love about an authentic clay-baked pizza? These crispy-based bad boys are served up at sporting events all over KZN.
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Love Coffee

This Florida Road coffee favourite is dedicated to giving locals a caffeine boost. Spot the Kombi out at popular festivals around the KZN area.
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Naked Bones

Think succulent, zingy chicken served up fresh and fast; wings with chips or a roti; or a quarter chicken and chips – all in aromatic herb or fiery peri-peri flavours. For those trying to be a little healthier, they’ve added a range of interesting salads, so you won’t feel like you’re missing out. Find the Naked Bones truck at food festivals and markets around the city.
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Out to Lunch

This brightly coloured 70s-style caravan serves up primarily raw and alkaline plant-based vegan food. Tuck into freshly made 100% vegan, wheat-free and gluten-free wraps made from dehydrated veggies and packed with seasonal flavours. Out to Lunch can be found at various markets in and around Durban as well as conferences and events.
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There aren’t any prizes for guessing what you’ll find at this truck – that’s right, these guys are serving up New Orleans-style po’boy sandwiches. With fillings that vary from battered prawns to spicy barbecue steak and cheese and chips, you certainly won’t be disappointed.
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Roast Co.

This rotisserie on wheels was brought to the KZN foodie scene by Graham Neilson, the man behind Boiler Room Café and 9th Avenue Bistro in Durban. This chook truck offers a taste of perfectly roasted meats, chicken burgers and heavenly crispy potatoes.
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A roast chicken bun with roasted potatoes from Roast Co. in Durban. Photo supplied.

Roti & Chai

Modelled around the walas who sell roti and chai on the streets of Mumbai and Delhi, this food truck specialises in authentic Indian dishes that include tandoor chicken and lamb, chicken wraps and gourmet parathas stuffed with a spicy potato mix.
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Salted Candy

This little blue truck offers wholesome eats to festival-goers around the city. Expect exciting but easy-eating bites like savoury or sweet jaffles, old school fish and chips, gourmet paninis, burgers and bunny chows. Find them at events and festivals around KZN.
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TurnUp Food Truck

The menu includes juicy burgers like the TurnUp beef burger with secret sauce, bacon and cheese on a freshly baked bun, buttermilk-fried chicken, or guacamole-stuffed tacos. Dessert items might include the likes of doughnut puffs topped with melted chocolate. Find the truck at trendy food festivals and pop-up events around the city.
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