What's your favorite restaurant? Is it a food truck? If it is, you’re not alone. Food truck dining is a phenomenon that has gripped the nation, and the town of Palo Alto is no exception. Trucks on hand offer a wide variety of tasty food through The Mobile Gourmet, usually on Fridays evenings from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the corner of Lytton and High streets. Try Nom Nom for Vietnamese-inspired far, Bacon Bacon for all things pork-related, and Senor Sisig for Filipino mainstays. The Old Pot Lobster Shack Mobile has a yummy lobster roll, for a little east coast flavor, and Chairman Bao brings the Asian street food to the picnic table. Babaloo is Cuban cuisine served up from The Duchess truck, and Naked Chorizo is a combo of Spanish and Filipino flavors. Whisk SF presents the classic dishes of Argentina in a way that’s fast and healthy, While Mama’s Empanadas SF melds Italian and Chilean offerings. And don’t forget dessert of course. Kara’s Cupcakes sells the fanciest-schmansiest little cakes out there, while Twisted Chill has 8 soft-serve ice cream flavors and 20 toppings on hand. For the latest, go to http://the-mobile-gourmet.com/wordpress/.