As one of the most walkable cities in Canada, Vancouver is a great place to explore on foot in the summer. Of note are Vancouver’s diverse and delicious food truck options one encounters walking around many of the city’s neighbourhoods. In a city where fresh, local ingredients play a key role in its culinary scene, food truck fare has kept up and offers fantastic food options for visitors on the go.
The latest addition to Vancouver’s food truck scene is Aperitivo, a mobile bar offering bites of charcuterie and olives from its coffee bar. It will be roaming the city this summer and setting up at many of the city’s local farmers’ markets and community events.
The Frying Pan’s four-wheeled kitchen is a perennial favourite, serving Korean-inspired menu of fried chicken dishes. It is known for its epic fried chicken sandwiches that fuse inventive ingredients. The lofty goal of its Nashville x Korean style hot chicken sandwiches is said to be the very best!
In a city surrounded by water, it is no surprise that Salty’s Lobster Shack offers decadent and delicious lobster rolls, prawn rolls, and more in Main or Connecticut style. This one continues to be a food cart favourite.
West-Coast-inspired Mexican food can be enjoyed at Tacofino’s - food trucks all over the city. Tacofino stays true to its roots by using local, sustainable purveyors when creating its menus.
Offering a unique approach to hotdogs and focusing on menus curated for the local crowds, Japadog’s food trucks bring authentic Japanese taste to all their juicy and fresh artisan sausages.
Visit Vancouver’s street food app here for more details and daily locations.