Top 8 Best Vegan Food Trucks in Portland

Getting fueled the vegan way is easy with Portland metro's growing vegan food scene.

photo of planted pdx vegan food cart in portland

For years, food trucks have been a staple in the Portland food scene, and they continue to pop up in popular neighborhoods. In general, the city’s restaurant industry really shines when it comes to the vegan food scene, and now there’s a wide variety of options, including vegan food trucks in Portland. If you need a go-to list of vegan food trucks, here’s our roundup.


photo of vegan sandwich from Ditto vegan food trucks in portland

Located in the Alberta Arts District, Ditto serves 100% plant-based fare that is sure to please the “no-meat-please” crowd. Their daily “sammies” options are available from Thursday to Monday, 9 AM to 4 PM, and include The Bea and The Bogey. Each sandwich is filled to the brim with veggies and plant-based meatless ingredients. Brunchers won’t want to miss out on this vegan food truck. Getting there.

Avocadamama (closed)

Avocadamama is a popular Portland food truck with a second location in Los Angeles, CA. Their hours run from Thursdays 4 PM to 8 PM and Friday-Sunday 12 PM to 8 PM. They’re most known for their vegan-friendly mac and cheese dishes like the Buffalo Cauliflower, Shredded BBQ Jackfruit Hoagie and Chicken Pesto. Mac and Cheese bundles available to-go. Getting there.

Fatsquatch PDX (closed)

One look at this vibrant food truck and customers will want to try it immediately. Located on NE 42nd, Fatsquatch PDX offers standout vegan snacks that mimic real meat. The Cheezy Grits are a must-try, and the Sauerkraut Potato Salad plays on the timeless picnic favorite. “Squatchified” customers will be back for more. Open Sunday to Thursday from 12 PM to 8 PM, Getting there.

Planted PDX

dish of takeout food from Planted vegan food trucks in portland

The plant-based menu at Planted PDX, is based on international street food and the flavors set them apart. Lettuce wraps and Arepas arrive in ethnic style with Indonesian Tempe, Curried Chickpeas and Frijoles y Papas. Chinese Broccoli and Korean BBQ meld in the Mac and Curls. A Planted Box Special rotates monthly. Serving Tuesday through Sunday 11:30 AM to 8:00 PM. Getting there.

Daily Fuel

photo of vegan nachos at Daily Fuel PDX vegan food trucks in portland

Daily Fuel has bragging rights to healthy meals that pack a punch with bold flavors. It was voted among the “Top Five Food Trucks In Portland. In summer 2022, the cart closed and the owners transitioned their operation into a brick and mortar location. They lean into the seasonal comfort food category with Mac-and-Cheese, tempeh burgers, the Island Buddha Bowl, Jackfruit Tacos, and the 2-pound Beastly Nachos. Though Daily Fuel fans say those nachos weigh in closer to 3-lbs!

Don’t miss the plant-based, protein-packed super shakes that are absent chemicals and artificial sweeteners. Their cart is tucked in at the back of Hawthorne Asylum Food Cart Pod. Open starting at 12pm Thursday through Sunday. Closing time varies. Getting there.

Baby Blue Woodfired Pizza

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Portland’s pizza scene was thriving in 2019 when Baby Blue Woodfired Pizza opened in 2019 with owner Odie O’Connor at the oven. The vegan friendly pies fill a void in the pizza industry. The 12″ Chiky Parm, Truffle Shuffle and Sausage & Mama Lil’s are the siren’s call. They are now slinging pies at their popup location @BoxCarPizza. Ready for orders 4 PM to 8 PM, Thursdays through Sundays. Getting there.

Top image: Courtesy Planted PDX

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