If you’re visiting Nashville, you should definitely try some of the town’s best restaurants, but you’d be doing yourself a disservice if you were to neglect the tasty food Nashville’s food trucks have to offer. From more variations of grilled cheese than you knew existed, to loaded burgers, to all things crepe, Nashville’s food trucks have some of the best food in town. Here are five of the best food trucks in Nashville.

The Grilled Cheeserie

Created by a husband and wife team, The Grilled Cheeserie provides Nashville with gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches as well as deserts. In addition to their specialty melts, you have the option to build your own melt with your choice of cheese, bread, and additions. The location of their food trucks vary, but you can find out where it is by using their website. If their food truck happens to be on a catering job or off that day, check out their melt shop in Hillsboro Village.

Deg Thai

If you’re a fan of Asian cuisine, then Deg Thai is the food truck for you. Offering a daily fusion of authentic Asian cuisine, Deg Thai’s fan favorites include the winner of 2013’s “Best Hot Nashville”–– the Massaman beef with jasmine rice and cucumber sauce; however, if you’re looking for more of a kick, try the red or green curries. And to wash all this hot food down, try their Thai tea. You can find out where their food truck will be by visiting their website.

Hoss’ Loaded Burgers

Do you like burgers? How about loaded burgers? Hoss’s Loaded Burgers serves, well, loaded burgers. These gourmet burgers use beef from 100% grass fed, local cows. That should make the carnivore in you happy. And if your inner carnivore is lacking, they have vegan variations of every burger on their menu. Most burgers come stuffed with cheddar or swiss. Check out their website for their full menu as well as their truck’s scheduled locations.

Yayo’s OMG!

Operated by Chef Yayo Jiménez, Yayo’s OMG! serves original gourmet Mexican food. Yayo’s combines authentic Mexican flavor with local ingredients grown in Tennessee. They are known for their Mexican Melt and their Legend Tacos which can come hot or mild. If you’re looking for Mexican cuisine that is unlike what you typically find at the everyday Mexican restaurant, be sure to check out Yayo’s OMG!’s food truck schedule on their website.

Wicked Kitchen

If you are looking for food with unapologetic bold flavor, Wicked Kitchen is your next truck stop. Their best known food is their macaroni and cheese that doesn’t shy away from spices or cheese like other foods might. The staff are masters of making sure each bite you take of their food will be explosive (but at the same time safe). They despise artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives and promise that their meats are raised without any antibiotics. Try out Wicked Kitchen today for awesome, affordable food that you’ll keep going back to. For more information, be sure to check out their website for their menu that serves bold macaroni, hand pies, and more.

There you have it, five of Nashville’s best food trucks you should definitely check out. If you prefer to dine inside, come back soon for our list of five of the best restaurants in Nashville.