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Welcome to the official website for “Houston’s Top 100 Food Trucks”, a book by Paul Galvani.
Houston has about 1,400 food trucks, each of which adds to the cultural ethnic diversity that is this great city. Houston’s Top 100 Food Trucks identifies 100 of the top food trucks in Houston and critically reviews each one. a journey through Houston to discover the best food trucks the city has to offer.
The book also contains valuable maps indicating where the 100 trucks reviewed in the book can be found, in addition to the location of another 200 other trucks. The book has a chapter on the history of food trucks and also discusses the origin of the modern food truck movement. At the end of the book there is a glossary of words found on the menus of many of the ethnic trucks. The book is amply illustrated with photos of the trucks, the food, the people and the menus.
Enjoy a journey through Houston discovering the best food trucks the city has to offer.
What the Critics Are Saying
“If, as Napoleon said, an army moves on its stomach, then Paul Galvani is a one man army. Paul’s odyssey to try every food truck crisscrossing the nation’s fourth-largest city is staggering in scope. But as good as it is, the food is not what propels Paul. Instead, it is his passion for hearing (and now sharing) the stories about the people he meets.”
Syd Kearney, Editor of The Houston Chronicle’s 29-95
“This thoroughgoing guide to the burgeoning world of Houston food trucks outlines where to find the best of them and what to expect when you get there. I found myself wanting to jump in my car in search of Jalisco-style tacos Tlacquepaque or a Gujarati vada pav, which Galvani describes as a sort of potato-patty slider with garlic and green chutneys. I’m hungry just thinking about it.”
Alison Cook, restaurant critic for the Houston Chronicle.
“Paul Galvani’s book, HOUSTON’S TOP 100 FOOD TRUCKS is a love letter to Houston street food. It’s also the most comprehensive look at the history of mobile eateries I’ve seen. I plan to carry a copy in my car to use as a field guide to exotic eateries.”
Robb Walsh, long time food critic in Houston and author of such books as: Texas Eats: The New Lone Star Heritage Cookbook, The Tex-Mex Cookbook: A History in Recipes and Photos and Barbecue Crossroads: Notes and Recipes from a Southern Odyssey.