Food trucks are all the rage. Far trendier than tacky Chico roll vendors and hotdog vans, they roll up to kerbsides, parks and other patches of grass, sling open a side window and serve hungry punters tacos, tortillas, burgers, buns, and other trendy tidbits that can be eaten on the run. They’re covered in bright murals and motifs, vertical gardens and other eye-catching, customer-attracting designs. But are food trucks encouraging — perhaps even entrenching — bad eating habits? Are they to be embraced, or given a wide berth?
Spit it out, have your say and hear what other food adventurers think about the food truck craze.