35 Amazing Food Truck Design Ideas

Do you want to run a food truck business, then you should look at this 35 amazing food truck design ideas.

1. The Nordic

The Nordic is a visual identity created for a scandinavian Food Truck. The food consists only of salty and sweet smørrebrøds (open sandwiches).The design and the colors direct result of Nordic design. A simple, clean, and quality universe was the aim here.

Design by Alexandre Pietra

2. Curry Up Now

Branding & truck design for Curry Up Now, San Francisco’s mobile Indian street food truck.

Design by Design Womb


3. Stuffed

Stuffed is a new food truck based in Memphis, TN. We make empanadas and sliders. Our food is high quality and innovative.

Design by RedRookie

4. Shindigs

These great products will be the basis for which we at Shindigs develop into our healthier fast food.

Whether for lunch or a catered event, we will construct habitually comforting dishes that are seemingly innocent yet “spank” your taste buds; hopefully enlivening your fervor for self-sustained foodstuff.

Design by Shindigs Food Truck

5. Smorgasburger

Giving this mobile restaurant’s brand a modern feel with a bright color palette, playful typography and minimalistic illustrations, I have incorporated these aspects into its logo, truck design and other parts of the Smorgasburger brand.

Deign by Karli Tomaselli

6. Mam Said

Mama Said is a food truck, but in this case a trailer roaming the streets of Denver, Colorado. The trailer serves fresh, healthy Southern food made the same way grandmother made it, from scratch, by hand, and with plenty of love. Food that comes from the heart.

Design by Designwomb

7. Happy As Larry

Happy As Larry is the brainchild of three Aussie mates worked tirelessly to create something that not only pushed the boundaries of the food truck but also stayed true to the heritage of the product — The humble pizza.

Design by The Distillery

8. Tunein

This 2014 RDA-winning design was created for Tunein. They sponsor multiple music festivals, including Outside Lands, Bumbershoot, SXSW & The New Orleans Jazz Fest. Dyanna created the truck wrap along with all the promotional event materials.

Design by Dyanna Csaposs, Cargo Collective

9. Falasophy

Design Womb wrapped up the brand strategy by finalizing a name and defining a strong visual positioning. We designed the Falasophy logo, its supporting graphic icons, and illustrations. The truck warp is vibrant and playful. It incorporates a custom repeat pattern of illustrations and Falasophy philosophies. With a truck like this, you’d better know thy falafel.

Design by Design Womb

10. Komodo Food

Komodo cafes & food truck serve Modern California Asian Fusion fare, created by Chef Erwin Tjahyadi & designed to bring accessible gourmet cuisine.

Design by Komodo Food

11. Bumblebee

Inspired by Betty, the whimsical 1962 Chevrolet P-30 van, and her training from southern France, head chef and owner Lora Storke creates classic American dishes with elegant French techniques resulting in food that is both nostalgic and new.

Design by The Bumblebee

12. Alma

Overall, I designed Alma with the vision in mind of creating a place for family and friends to grab convenient & authentic homemade food without the rush and pressure of the traditional “fast food” establishments.

Design by Maria Diodati

13. Eatmogu

Mogu – Japanese Street Eats, a food trailer located in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Find us on Howe and Dunsmiur.

Design by Eatmogu

14. Combi Coffe

Combi Coffee reflects current trends on food/drinks mobile trucks in Porto.With a classic combi truck, our challenge was to turn it into a mobile coffee shop with a strong and efficient branding, bearing in mind the importance of keeping its tradicional.

Design by 327 Creative Studio

15. Salxibox

The Salxibox brand goes to meet you to bring you fast, light and healthy meals, within the concept of take and eat.

Design by Salxibox

16. Fratelli

Food truck wrap design plays an important role in the success of a business. It has the ability to either attract or turn away potential customers.

Design by Canwrap

17. Korilla BBQ

Korilla BBQ Represents on great food truck race. Korilla BBQ is a New York City-based lunch/dinner truck owned by Eddie Song that specializes in Korean-theme burritos, also known as ssams. They also serve Korean-style tacos.

Design by Korilla BBQ

18. The Rocket

The Rocket’ was to be used for char- ity. [Fox Restaurant Concepts] would donate it to auctions and see how much one night with it could raise…. It feels great to see our work raise money for a good cause.

Design by Whiskey Design

19. Otherside

With its pink-white-and-blue exterior, Otherside is a new food truck that’s hard to miss, and has a plant-based menu full of bright flavours to match. Owners Ellie Barron and Jordan Macann met while working in cafes in London and decided they wanted a project of their own.

“We wanted to open a cafe, but we realised a food truck’s even better, because we can go wherever people are,” Ellie says.

They’re vegan themselves, and Otherside’s menu aims to show how “beautiful and colourful” plant-based food can be. For breakfast there are vibrant, fruity açaí bowls (below), smoothies and Flight Coffee — a brand they picked because of its commitment to quality.

Design by Otherside

20. Sakaya Kitchen

In 2009, Hales led the charge of the light Asian brigade, providing delectable, no-frills, affordable fare to a populace hungering for such.

In 2010, he took his Sakaya Kitchen concept on the road, and Dim Ssam A Go Go is now in the forefront of of the gastro-truck movement.

Hales’ continued focus and dedication to quality and value is just the thing we need more of for Miami to take the next step up the stairway of gastronomic respectability.

Design by Sakaya Kitchen 

21. Sausage Embassy

Casual and cosy food truck. Bavarian inspired hand held food, focusing on highest quality sausage.

Design by Sausage Embassy

22. Scandalous

A Classic 1968 Dodge Gourmet Food Truck.

Design by Scandalous

23. Jack Rabbit

The Jackrabbit food truck serves up favorites from the Jackrabbit kitchen, with combinations of creative sliders, craveable sides, and fresh baked goodies.

Design by Jack Rabbit Food Truck

24. Wise Boys

Wise Boys are the new kids on the block, sustainably minded, and forward thinking. With their plant-based burgers packed full of delicious nutrition.

Design by Wise Boys

25. Blended

The Blended vision started with the Yin Yang and its symbolism – creating a balance between opposite forces. In this case, it’s the balance between a “healthy” and “unhealthy” lifestyle.

At Blended we aim to create a balance between the two. We aim to provide good quality nutritious products at a reasonable price with the best service.

Design by Blended Bar

26. Salty Flames

Nick Perfect and Chanel Marais are living and breathing examples that dreams do come true.

Six months after winning season 5 of South Africa’s Ultimate Braai Master they continued their food journey by starting a smoked-goods production company, as well as their Salty Flames Smoked food truck.

They now bring delicious braaied and smoked foods to hungry diners across the Cape.

Design by Salty Flames

27. Earthfire Pizza

Hot-out-the-oven pizza? Few people can resist it, especially when it tastes as good as the Earthfire ones do.

Started by James Kielczynski, who had a dream to dish out delicious pizzas from a food truck on the Camps Bay strip, Earthfire Pizza now serves scrumptious thin-crust, oven-baked pies to events and markets all over the Cape, rivalling even the best pizzerias in town!

Design by Erthfire Pizza

28. Frozenyo

A popular fixture on the Blouberg Beachfront, this turquoise and yellow mobile yoghurt bar is known for its fresh flavours and authentic yoghurt (after)taste.

Made from Imported Italian yoghurt, the froyo contains gut-happy live cultures and probiotics, as well as significantly less sugar and kilojoules than normal ice cream. Not to mention it’s gluten- (and guilt)- free!

Design by Foozenyo

29. Choy Sushi

We love the utilization of the sushi food truck’s compact space with clean design.

Design By Alex Celaire

30. Roomed Ekasi Culture

This is one for the books: fine dining township-style.

Expect a variety of traditional staples with modern twists – such as mleqwa (a traditional chicken dish) butternut mqa (pap), mfino (a mix of maize meal, spinach, cabbage and potatoes) and lightly pickled fresh vegetables – all presented interestingly, and to be enjoyed at one of the nearby tables, or as take away.

Design by 4roomedekasiculture

31. The Bacon Express

A food truck carrying loads of bacon, and bacon-inspired treats is coming to Orlando this holiday season.

Applegate, the “natural and organic meat” brand, is sending their Bacon Express food truck on an east coast trek, like some sort of bacon fairy godmother, and it’s making a couple of Orlando stops.

32. Silver Seed

Fort Collins’ premier vegan food truck is headed down a street near you! The Silver Seed is bringing you the best in vegan tacos, sandwiches, smoothies, and so much more! This is fantastic food for any mood, from the finest in local and organic ingredients.

You’ll never forget that first delicious bite of fine street cuisine when you visit The Silver Seed!

33. Go Fish

The Go Fish food truck docks regularly in MoCo and can be found dropping anchor all over the DC Metro area.

 Go Fish is available for private events corporate functions or pretty much any occassion that requires great seafood & beyond!  

Design by Go Fish 

34. Shakethatcoco

Shakethatcoco food truck bring desing with simple teste and easy to visit area.

35. Snack Bar

Proposed hand-illustrated branding for a Montreal food truck, based on a celebration 
of local foods with a New Brunswick influence. 
Design by Ariane Dray


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