Best new food trucks in Toronto in 2017

From a mobile Cuban café to “fawaffles” there are some unique food trucks hitting the road for the first time this summer! These food trucks are testing the waters still, but from what we can tell, they’ll soon be on every must-try food truck list in Toronto. Here are the best new food trucks in the city for 2017. [Photo credit: courtesy of Little Havana]

Little Havana Café (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

A Cuban coffee shop on wheels, Little Havana Café is the brainchild of husband and wife duo Monica and Joshua. The menu, inspired by Monica’s father’s restaurant in Havana, serves authentic Cuban coffee and snacks. Look out for the little café on wheels at outdoor events throughout the city this summer! Follow: @littlehavanaca

Pronto Italian (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Hitting the streets of Toronto this summer is Pronto, an Italian catering company turned food truck. Owner Daniel Selvaggi serves up all the classics, including zucchini fritti, pasta pomodoro, pasta primavera and tiramisu. Follow:

Ravi Soups (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Popular restaurant Ravi Soups is taking its famous soup to the streets this summer. The menu is similar to the one you can find at the restaurants, so you can experience the famous soups and wraps on the go. Follow: @ravissoups

Maestro Mac 'n' Cheese (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Maestro Mac ‘n’ Cheese is a symphony of savoury goodness. Driving around Toronto this summer, it offers a full menu of variations on the classic mac and cheese dish! There’s also a killer grilled cheese sandwich menu. Follow: @MaestroMacN

Zest it Up (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Zest It Up is the latest Indian cuisine food truck hitting the streets of Toronto. Offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, the menu is a true testament to authentic Indian cuisine including tandoori wraps, chicken pita and more. The truck offers daily specials of salads and wraps. Follow: @zestitupto

Get Skewered (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Healthy cuisine is on the minds of the people behind Get Skewered. Their menu is filled with international offerings like Moroccan tahini chicken and Polynesian pork, alongside crab cakes and sweet potato salmon cakes. Follow: @getskeweredTO

Alijandro’s Kitchen (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Alijandro’s Kitchen is the first food truck in Toronto to serve “Fawaffle!” They took the intense flavour of the falafel and infused it with the crispiness of a waffle cone. The menu includes Chicken Taboon Taco, Fawaffle “Original” and Fawaffle and Chicken. Follow: @alijskitchen

Golden Fryer (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

Specializing in fried food with a Korean twist, Golden Fryer is the latest chip truck in Toronto. Popular menu items include their Golden Fries: fresh cut fries with their homemade sauce, green onions and red onions, or the Kimchi Poutine topped with mozzarella, beef gravy and kimchi.

Mr. Pierogi (Food Truck)

Toronto, ON

For a fresh take on pierogies look no further than this new truck on the scene: Mr. Pierogi. Combining the traditional recipe with modern toppings makes for a unique menu. There are more than 20 toppings to choose from like taco, Greek, cheeseburger, caramelized apples and more! Folllow: @MrPierogi

Whether you like you lobster rolls cold or warm, classic style or topped with extra goodies, Toronto has plenty of mouthwatering versions of the New England favourite. Mixed with mayo, and usually celery, lobster rolls have become a favourite among seafood loving Toronto foodies. Here are the best lobster rolls in Toronto. [Photo credit: courtesy of Little Fin]
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