Canadian Top 10 Food Trucks
Maybe not to the extent that they are flourishing in the United States, but our friends to the North have had a country wide explosion of mobile eateries. CraveOnline has put together their list of the top 10 food trucks North of the border.
Wes’s Chips may be located in a somewhat obscure area, but it’s the only food truck in the area (their French fries would beat the competition anyway).
Forget fast food burgers – the meaty patties at Kingburger in this small town in Quebec are juicy, hearty and better than the rest.
Halifax, Nova Scotia
If you’re in Halifax then you’ve gotta check out Susie Shortbreads – a cupcake truck. Yep, you read that right: it’s time for ice cream trucks to take a backseat and make room for mini cakes on wheels.
Because this is an area where food trucks aren’t that prevalent, we thought we should also mention The Battered Fish for great fish and chips.
Downtown Montreal office workers turn out in droves when the Grumman 78 food truck comes around with their tasty variety of lunch options.
The Ice Cream Cart in Oshawa just outside of Toronto goes beyond just serving a wide range of ice creams and icy sweet treats – they also sell a variety of popcorn flavours.
The Best Fries In Town serves up, well, the best fries in town! Nothing warms a chilly spring day in the capital region like a carton of piping hot freshly cut French fries.
Richmond, British Columbia
Richmond residents are lucky to have the Shoryumen Ramen Truck, with high-end Japanese fare served at ridiculously low prices.
The Original Bavarian Bratwurst Wagon Co. with hot dogs, burgers, and sausages has been a fixture in big-city Toronto for years – the smell will draw you in from blocks away.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Forget ketchup and mustard – the dogs at Japa Dog in Vancouver are topped with a bevy of creative and tasty condiments and extras.
Victoria, British Columbia
It would only make sense that this seaside town have a delicious seafood truck like Red Fish Blue Fish, with the best (and freshest) seafood in the area.
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