Road Kitchens USA Reviews and Food Truck Builder Directory

2014-09-13 11_44_56-Road Kitchens USA custom built food concession trucks and mobile restaurants busManufacturer: Road Kitchens USA

Description:  After finally find a base of operations and getting the team together, Road Kitchens USA opened up their New York shop in 2013. Despite the recent premier, our members have collectively had over 30 years of machine fabrication experience; we have created and worked food concession trucks for years, and have started from the ground up to learn what works and what doesn’t. Each of our build team members is an expert in their fields.

As such we are able to specialize in building and designing fully custom Food Trucks and Trailers for the mobile eats market. We will work hand in hand from concept to delivery to make sure we get what you need, but more importantly what you want. If you can dream it, we can build it, and we don’t stop until we’re all 100% satisfied with the work.

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Past Customers: Fresh Crepe Company, Eat Well Live Well Truck

Customer Reviews: “Road kitchens US have done a fabulous job at getting my restaurant business on the road.”

“Thank you Road Kitchens for coming in under budget and on time.”

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Address: 

PO Box 1181
Old Forge, NY 13420
United States

Phone: (315) 240-0740

Website: http://roadkitchensusa.com/

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  • Do you need a food truck or food trailer?
  • What Approximate Budget Is Available For This Build? (Helps determine equipment that will be installed.)
  • Give us some details on the type of truck / trailer you want to build. Also include the city / state you plan to operate the business.

About Andrew

A graduate in Bachelors of the International Culinary School at the Art Institutes, Andrew Steifer has spent his days obsessing over everything food and drink. While working towards his Wine Certification, he started writing his own Food Truck Blog focused on reviewing all the mobile vendors of Minnesota. Being the first person to stubbornly pursue a blog like this for their newly budding street food scene, it's safe to say Andrew's love of food trucks is almost dangerous, at least to his wallet. He's been writing since 2013, drinking since 2010, and consuming every delicious morsel he can find every chance he gets.