Last Updated September 5 2022
Think of the potential customer when building your food truck business website. Answer their main questions, and display them front and center.
Anyone who visits a food truck website wants to know:
Display all these answers in the best possible way, i.e., keep web design fundamentals in mind when adding them to your website. Choose the right color scheme and typography, write excellent copy, have a clear hierarchy (so visitors can find the answer instantly), add obvious CTAs, add ample whitespace, etc.
This is a collection of the best food truck website examples I found. They all nail it both on the functional front (i.e., they answer all important questions) and design front (i.e., they look good). Take inspiration and build your food truck website!
Note: Some of these websites are of restaurants/other establishments that have a food truck(s) as a part of the business (food truck isn’t their whole business).
Use a website builder like Squarespace. It has beautiful templates that make any website look good. Plus, it has features central to food truck websites: gorgeous menu blocks, a reservation system in case you want people to 'order ahead', ecommerce if you want to sell online, etc.
Related : How to make a restaurant website
If you make the website yourself, you can make it for as less as $16/month with Squarespace. There are free solutions as well, but they obviously have limitations -- have a look: Best free website builder .