New York’s Cinnamon Snail is the hottest (and only) veg food truck in the city, serving up all-vegan and organic dishes “with an Asian twist.”

Since the food truck’s beginning in February 2010, masses of New Yorkers and visitors alike have flocked to the Cinnamon Snail’s trusty truck window to order a delicious bite to eat.


The truck’s all-star cooking team headed by chef Adam Sobel has even won numerous awards including the 2013 Vendy Hero Award for serving free meals to victims of Hurricane Sandy, the 2013 Farm Sanctuary Compassionate Commerce Award, and Mobile Cuisine Magazine’s 2012 America’s Favorite Vegetarian Food Truck award, among others.

Whether you’re new to the Cinnamon Snail or a hardcore fan, today, December 23, is a great day to grab some grub since EVERYTHING is FREE! Woohoo!

Chef Sobel and his team will be serving up free food in honor of the truck’s last day before its winter break begins. Don’t worry, loyal foodies, the truck will be back next year!

According to the Cinnamon Snail’s Facebook page, today is first come, first serve, so it’s best to get to its announced location early. And do note that there is a limit system in place today as well, with “one free menu item and one pastry per person.”


Hankering for a Korean Barbecue Seitan sandwich served on grilled tortilla with chili butter, kimchi, and greens? How about a Lemon Caper Grilled Oyster Mushrooms sandwich made with roasted chestnut cream, caramelized onions, and greens on an open-faced garlic butter grilled tortilla?

Don’t miss out on these droll-worthy treats (and many others)! The truck will be on 55th and Broadway until 3pm or when they are out of food! 


In the mean time, check out the short video below featuring just a few of the Cinnamon Snail’s amazing dishes from the Korea Seitan Burger to the Vanilla Bourbon Crème Brûlée donut. Hungry yet?


P.S. – The Cinnamon Snail Cookbook will be out next fall 2014, so you’ll soon get to try your hand at making the truck’s irresistible dishes right in the comfort of your home!

Don’t live in New York? Then check out our guides to other healthy and vegan food trucks across the U.S. here and here!

Image source: The Cinnamon Snail / Facebook