Eat Art Truck can feed you and make you a more culturally well versed individual at the same time—in short, more bang for your buck. The mobile food van slash street art gallery space serves up the delicacies of renowned former Sous Chef at Tetsuya's, Stuart McGill, from parking spots around the city.

Both the artwork, which will rotate like any gallery space and the barbecue and Southern influenced foods on offer are eclectic. Eats on the menu include Shichimi wings, kinpira salad with edamame, and hot chocolate cake with dulce de leche and salted peanuts. According to McGill, surely the man in the know, you can't of past one of the buns. "Definitely try either the barbecue beef or pulled pork bun. It’s roasted for 10 hours," he advises.

You can even pick up a picnic rug from these guys for $18. Good art and good food—simple concept, effective execution.

Eat Art Trucks is on the streets now check out twitter and Facebook for more details on when and where the Eat Art truck will be cruising.