New Zealand is certainly not lagging too far behind when it comes to the number of street food vendors currently operating in the streets on major cities such as Auckland and Wellington. In fact, as the capital City of Kiwi town, Auckland has seen a boom in the popularity and demand for street food. This is owed to the fact that urban street culture, as well as Asian food culture, is slowly starting to take over the world. With all the food options currently available, it is difficult to decide where you should line up first. This is a list of three food trucks in Auckland to keep an eye out for:

The Rolling Pin

This dumpling creating genius of a power couple have managed to interpret traditionally made dumplings into a modern dish with flavours ready to be consumed. The Rolling Pin which is the brainchild of husband and wife pairing Gordon and Yina whose idea was to bring back a cuisine many consider to be a little outdated with a new flair. They serve their dumplings with sauces that are homemade and a perfect blend of sweet and spicy flavours.

Got Pasta

This Queen street local joint draws in the crowds at all hours of their day when their truck doors are open and ready to serve. Expect to be greeted by a bowl of steaming hot pasta with a tasty tomato sauce and different cheese options. Choose from their options of pasta which include bolognese and carbonara.

The White Lady

The street food vendors that offer their services 24 hours a day over the weekend and opens on weekdays until 4 am (might as well as be 24 hours too). The crowds flock this burger locale at all hours of the day and night. Their burgers are cooked to perfection combined with an assortment of flavouring and seasoning options. Their burgers are also massive, they don’t shy away from their generosity