After watching Chef, we became obsessed with street food trucks. If you haven't seen the film, you need to watch it, it is total food porn.
We're not talking about the hot dog stall or your local ice cream van. These vans serve gourmet dishes on wheels around the country - on street corners and at festivals.
But there are some special street food trucks that go above and beyond.
We've found the most badass street food vans - with totally witty concepts - to feast your eyes on...
There's a snowcat selling burritos on the slopes of Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in California. Yes, you read that right.
Managing to turn a snowcat into a food truck is pretty impressive in itself but this story just gets better and better. There are now two Mammoth food trucks, one sells burritos and the other calzones!
Stone baked gourmet pizza served from one big red fire truck.
The retired 1983 Pierce Arrow Pumper Fire Truck from Connecticut is impressively powered by the sun and features a roof top kitchen!
Cart in the Park
You can find the Cart in the Park just by the entrance of Central Park Zoo, selling the finest healthy and eco-friendly alternatives to traditional street food.
They're the only Green Restaurant Association-certified food cart in the US. Pretty neat.
Vegan and vegetarian cuisine served up on a old converted double-decker bus in the heart of London. Could we play on cultural references any more?!
Go up stairs for some fine dining or catch some rays in the sun whilst eating a sweet potato curry in their lovely garden.
This picture of San Francisco's very finest mobile pizzeria truck says it all.
The voyeuristic view to the inside of this tuck is insane, complete with custom made residential grade windows, giving it an authentic Italian look.
The Veggie Patch
The Veggie Patch is the ultimate spot for high quality, ethical veggie food, bringing health food to the streets of Sydney.
Their seasonal driven menu boasts vegan cinnamon scrolls, humongous veggie brekkies, burgers and baklava. All served from a sustainable van which of course has its very own veggie patch.
The food truck that morphed into a giant pig.
Offering pulled pork, chicken and veggie grilled sandwiches, Maximus Minimus definitely gets heads turning wherever he parks up to serve food in downtown Seattle.
Jaffles are bascially the best kind of cheese toastie you could possibly get.
At Jaffles Jaffles in Sydney, they've converted a Cold War era VW bus into a bright yellow jaffle maker serving some of the finest sweet and savory toasties your mind could possibly imagine.
Their caramel, banana, hazelnut and brioche jaffle looks like the bomb.
Pig & Rig
Now just because these guys don't have a truck, doesn't mean that they shouldn't get one big fat mention. The Pig and Rig food service is the ultimate portable party from South London.
Travelling the country offering the finest hog roasting service (with a tasty veggie option), their 8KW soundsystem blasts the greatest selection of roots reggae and dub.
Luzzo's La Pizza Neapolitana
Now isn't this just the most adorable pizza eatery in the world?!
Their Neapolitan style woodfired pizzas take just 45 seconds to cook, this definitely is one of the best spots in New York to get your pizza fix.
Curry Up Now
Starting out with just one truck, the Curry Up Now company have a whopping five food trucks under its name, dishing out the tastiest Indian street food cuisine around California.
Sit in the sun, sip on a Mango Lassi and dig into a bowl of criss-cut sweet potato fries topped with chana masala. Bliss.
The big red truck that's bringing the finest American style hotdogs and chorizo to London.
And as with every food truck, there's a great little story to be told behind it. Their funky 1959 Citroen HY food truck started life as a fire engine in Paris helping to stomp out fires before hunger!
The Gastro Bomber
The effort that's gone into the Gastro Bomber definitely deserves a big fat 10/10.
Serving up traditional pub food, but with a Texas twist, their fried shepherd's pie croquettes with green chile mashed potatoes sounds like the ultimate dish.
The Silver Seed
Sourcing their food as locally as physically possibly, the Silver Seed in Colarado serves the very finest vegan food from a silver 1964 Serro Scotty Sportsman trailer.
Their Good Trip Panini sounds like the real deal, made with marinated mushrooms, cayenne cashew cheese, garlic aioli, tomato, onion, and arugula on focaccia bread!
Beanie's Burger Bus
Beanie's Burger Bus in Houston takes customers back to the good old days in a converted classic American style school bus. Even the seating outside is made using old school desks!
All condiments are made from scratch on the bus, their bread is baked daily and the names of their burgers are pretty impressive (The Principal, Fire Drill and Recess).
The Burger Radio
The Burger Radio truck in Colorado claims to be the 'signal source' of all burgers and their veggie option sounds insane.
They stuff two giant portabello mushrooms with four different types of cheese, then deep fat fry them and shove them in a bun, ready for you to devourer.