Are you visiting D.C. for the first time and don't know where to get a quick bite? Or are you a local and just love to try new food trucks as you visit the good old monuments? Either way, if you're struggling to decide between the many touristy food trucks around, look no further! Don't forget- you can track DC food trucks with this online tracker.

If You Want Mexican: Kalaveras

Kalaveras Food Truck is classic Mexican cuisine on wheels. Their menu consists of fajitas, enchiladas, Mexican tortas, tamales, and desserts like flan and tres leches. Their prices are reasonable and their sides are fresh and flavorful.

This dish: Mole Poblano Burrito

If You Want a Kabob: Tasty Kabob:

This company has 5 food trucks located in the District, so don't fret if you haven't tried it yet- you're sure to see it around soon. A GWU student favorite, their customer service is friendly and fast, and the portions are pretty big for the prices. 

This dish: Chicken and rice plate with chickpeas, salad, and garlic sauce

If You Want Chicken: Ooh Dat Chicken

The first food truck in DC to specialize specifically in rotisserie chicken, you can tell they know what they're doing. All ingredients are fresh and local, so stop by to see how many ways this one truck can wow you with chicken.

This dish: Pulled Polo Taco

If You Want Japanese: Tokyo in the City

Serving Japanese food and Bento boxes, you must try this clean and modern food truck. Their sushi challenges some of the best sushi eateries in the city and their daily specials will consistently wow you. Read a review of them featured in The Washington Post.

This dish: Chicken Roll Box

If You Can't Decide Between Sweet and Savory: Astro Doughnuts & Fried Chicken

With seasonal doughnut flavors, chicken sandwiches for breakfast, and some classic pieces of dark and white chicken, you can't go wrong with the menu at Astro. Featured on a must-try list for DC food trucks, don't miss out on this meal on wheels.

This dish: Fried Chicken BLT sandwich and various daily doughnuts

If You Want Vietnamese: Pho Wheels DC

Serving Asian fusion, banh mi, and hot pho among many other dishes, you pho sho have to try this truck known for cheap eats and true comfort food. Not familiar with pho? Read this.

This dish: Chicken Thigh Banh Mi with Fried egg

If You Want Mac and Cheese: Cap Mac Food Truck

Featured on Spoon's 11 Best Places for Mac and Cheese in DC, you can't go wrong with CapMac. Not sure if you want mac right now? Their social media might convince you otherwise.

This dish: Classic Mac and Cheese

Food trucks= more fun. Whether you're visiting for the weekend or simply want to try something new, any of the above food trucks are perfect for a quick bite. Catch them before they wheel away! Happy eating.

While we're on the subject of food trucks:

-Take this quiz to see Which DC Food Truck you are. 

-Check out 6 Reasons to Eat at a DC Food Truck.

-Just visiting? Check out the Best Food Truck in Your State.