Gourmet food trucks are all the rage right now in Southern California. Luckily for me, there’s a gathering of them every Thursday from 11-2pm at the Orange County Fairgrounds, which is just a short walk from my office at OCC. And there are other meetups nearby as well: SoCo Collection has food trucks Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday at lunch and Fridays for dinner.
Many trucks focus on meat, meat, and more meat, possibly with fries on the side. While this is delicious and all, there’s a decided lack of non-potato vegetables and non-meaty entrees. Don’t get me wrong; Louks has their delicious felafel gyro, Chomp Chomp has a great tofu burger, Flying Pig has their crunchy tofu bun, Crepes Bonaparte has a variety of non-meat fillings, Spud Runners has excellent grilled cheese sandwiches, and Chunk ‘n Chip’s ice cream sandwiches are to die for, but my favorite truck has to be Seabirds.
At Seabirds, their specialty is fresh and flavorful vegan burritos, tacos, burgers, soups and more. But don’t let the vegan designation scare you away: their food is delicious.
They do wonderful things with jackfruit; the taco above is probably my favorite menu item. Another fan favorite is their beer-battered avocado tacos:
Their homemade burgers and sweet potato fries are also good:
Seabirds’s menu changes pretty frequently, and these pictures were taken a few months ago, so you may not find exactly these items when you visit them. But whatever you get is bound to be tasty.
Conflict of Interest Disclaimer: Sadly, Seabirds did not give me any free tacos (or any other compensation) to write this review. It just sounds like it.
To see more pictures of Seabirds’s food, head to my Seabirds Food Truck Gallery., and to see pictures of a few other food trucks’ food, check out my Food Truck Gallery.
Seabirds is a mobile gourmet food truck in Orange County, California, so they don’t hang around one location very long. Check out their website and Twitter feed (@SeabirdsTruck) to see where they’ll be any given day.