Riyadh Food trucks park for all foodies

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Riyadh Food trucks park for all foodies: Food Trucks Extravaganza Just Around the Corner!

Step away from upscale dining and fancy restaurants – Riyadh Season 2023 introduces a unique experience at the Riyadh Food Trucks Festival, the ultimate haven for food enthusiasts.

Embark on a global culinary journey with 12 food trucks offering American, Italian, Korean, and Japanese delights. Indulge in your favorites, from burgers and noodles to pizza, waffles, and mouthwatering barbecue.

Featured Restaurants at Riyadh Season 2023 Food Trucks Park:

  • 10/10 Burger
  • High Joint
  • Le Camion qui Fume
  • Mattar
  • Ms. Cheezzious
  • Nomad
  • Prince of Venice
  • Prince Street Pizza
  • Seoul Street
  • This Is Hot Dog
  • Ugly Burger
  • Ugly Noodles
  • Wings ‘N Waffles

Secure your Riyadh Food Trucks Festival tickets, available for SAR15 on

Visit the zone daily from 4 pm to 11.55 pm, starting Thursday, December 21, until Saturday, December 30.

Discover the Riyadh Food Trucks Park in Hittin, near Boulevard City and Boulevard World. It’s time to savor the flavors of Riyadh Season 2023!

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