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5 Food Trucks Across Canada Worth Tracking Down

Come summer, some of the most delicious foodie finds can come not from your traditional restaurant kitchen but a cooking space enclosed atop four or more wheels; food trucks!

As of 2017, there have been over 2,200 food trucks in operation across Canada, and we’ve rounded up 5 you’ll want to make your next takeout destination.

Shameless Buns (Vancouver, BC)

Why We Love Them: Shameless Filipino comfort foods inspired by intoxicated states!

Whether you’re hangry, coming down from a good time or simply looking to try something new, make Shameless Buns your new guilty pleasure. Their Filipino features include Lumpia (spaghetti), Jacked Up Coconut Fries and the Tapa DIS Bun burger, made with marinated beef, chipotle cheese, caramelized onion, sriracha mayo, chicharron, and green onions (pictured).

Instagram: @shamelessbuns

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Take It and Go (Calgary, AB)

Why We Love Them: Easy to enjoy East African cuisine, to-go!

Bringing international flavour to a Calgarian neighbourhood near you, Take It and Go offers a small menu of fresh East African offerings. Current menu selections include Samosa, Naan Dogs, Mishkaki (beef skewers), Mogo Fries and more.

Instagram: @takeitandgoyyc

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Kyu Grill (Winnipeg, MB)

Why We Love Them: Japanese Fusion for fun days out!

Winnipeg’s Food Truck Wars winner, Kyu Grill, is serving up Japanese flavours in compact quick servings. Try their signature Noriyaki Heroshima, made with robata pork sausage, teriyaki sauce, Japanese mayo & toasted nori strips.

Instagram: @kyugrill

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Ad Mare (Nepean, ON)

Why We Love Them: Fresh seafood outside the Ottawa core!

For fish and chip lovers outside of Ottawa’s downtown core, grab your own wheels and head to Ad Mare. With menus posted to social media daily, dishes seeing the sold-out sign frequently include Lobster Rolls, Fish Tacos, Shrimp Tacos and, of course, Fish and Chips!

Instagram: @ad_mare

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Mi Corazon (Montreal, QC)

Why We Love Them: Fresh summer eats, all 100% vegan!

A favourite food truck of Montrealers and Osheaga visitors alike, Mi Corazon satisfies summer cravings with vegan dishes beloved by diners of many dietary preferences. Offerings at the time of writing include Classic Poutine, Falafel Burritos, Soyrizo Tacos, Lemonade (Pineapple Ginger or Strawberry Hibiscus) and more.

Instagram: @micorazonfoodtruck

 

 
 
 
 
 
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