Best food trucks in Toronto

Toronto’s food Truck scene has flourished over the past five years. The food trucks that are driving around Toronto represent the diversity that makes this city so great. Whether you want an authentic Somalian samosa or a Canadian pastry, there is something for everyone. Here are the best food trucks to stalk this summer in Toronto. [Photo credit: Me.n.u by Jennifer D’Agostino]

Caplansky's Deli & Catering

1
356 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S6

The new “Bubby Doris” truck is making its away around Toronto this summer offering Caplansky’s internationally renowned delicatessen sandwiches. The deli on wheels includes all the favourites like the brisket slider, smoke meat sandwich and smoked meat poutine. Follow them: @Caplansky

M E N U (Food Truck)

2
1550 16th Ave, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3K9

Me.n.u takes Asian street food to the next level. The truck has been a festival favourite since it launched in 2014. The menu is packed with flavour, with items like fried rice balls, roti tacos and a selection of Asian poutine. Follow them: @meNuFoodTruck

Kal & Mooy (Food truck)

Toronto, ON

Kal & Mooy is the only Somali food truck on the streets of Toronto, and people have taken notice. The samosas are easily the best in the city and the friendly owners make Kal & Mooy a must-try this summer.

Buster's Sea Cove

3
93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3

Buster’s Sea Cove is the truck to check out if you’re a seafood lover. The truck serves up the best in seafood with menu items like Esenada-Style fish tacos, and Maine-style lobster rolls. Always fresh, and made to order, Buster’s Sea Cove has the sea-food food truck market cornered. Follow them: @busterstruck

Fidel Gastros

ON

Voted the best food truck in Canada, Toronto is lucky that they call this city home! The buzz around Fidel Gastro isn’t just because it was featured on the Food Network. The mouthwatering options include Cuban Mac Cheese, SGT Slather, barbecue pulled pork with guacamole and tortilla chips, and Diablo’s Right Wing: spicy pulled chicken with carrot slaw and blue cheese aioli. Follow them: @fidelgastros

Che (Food Truck)

Specializing in Argentinean cuisine, Che is on the road again this summer! Chow down on empandas, choripan sandwiches and chimichurrri fries. The authentic offerings were so popular that they opened a brick and mortar restaurant last year! Follow them: @ChebabyTO

Beaver Tails (Food Truck)

Beaver Tails is always the go-to truck when you want something sweet. The classic Canadian pastries come straight out of the fryer and are topped with your favourites, like Reese’s Pieces, Oreo cookies or simply brown sugar and lemon. Follow them: @BTMobileGTA

The Food Dudes

ON

A city favourite, The Food Dudes offer casual summer eats to festival-goers across the GTA. Menu items include mac and cheese balls, Captain Crunch fish tacos, FD poutine, fish and chips, and the famous The F’d Up Brownie. The menu is seasonal, so you can look forward to new menu items each time you visit. Follow them: @TheFoodDudesTO

Bar Ape Gelato

4
283 Rushton Rd, Toronto, ON M6C 2X6

Toronto’s first gelato truck Bar Ape isn’t really a truck, it’s basically a scooter. The selection of authentic Italian gelato bars is vast and is always changing, but one thing that doesn’t change at Bar Ape is quality. Look out for the ice cream scooter in and around Toronto this summer! Follow them: @Bar_Ape

Chimney Stax (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Chimney Stax Baking Co. is a favourite food truck among the street food crowd. Come summer festival season, expect to see a huge lineup of people waiting to get their hands on the rotisserie-baked sweet or savoury pastry. Menu items include Mac ‘n’ Cheese, S’mores, Oreo and more.

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