While street food sold from a cart has long been a staple of great eating in Bangkok, the city revolutionized for several years, with all sorts of gourmet and ethnic food trucks taking the city by storm and putting Bangkok at the forefront of the Asian gourmet foodie scene. Unfortunately, the government has been on a rampage to "clean up" the street food scene, and trucks have fallen slightly by the wayside over the past years. VW cocktail bars are pretty much out, but some of the old food players still survive, so look for them while they last. Hamburger masters like Orn the Road still serve up blue cheese and Cajun sauce burgers on black buns and have lately branched out into tacos and burritos, while the original food truck guru Daniel Thaiger has moved a few blocks down but still has lines clamouring for his delicious burgers. Mother Trucker has also withstood the test of time and still serves up Bangkok's biggest burgers. Other favourites include the outstanding Mexican food at La Monita Taco Truck, with a stable location inside Siam Paragon, or the homemade gelato dished up out of retro iconic tuk tuks at Annette I Tim Tuk Tuk. Seafood is another unique option, with barbecued platters of prawns and mussels leading the way at Summer Street up near Chatuchak Market. Pizza gets in on the action with a mobile wood fired pizza oven from Rolling Stone, as well as the longstanding Pizza Aroy.