Whether you’re on a downtown exploration or looking to catch some quick food in between your college classes, food trucks are a convenient way to get some of the best food in Toronto. With the amount of mobile food joints that litter the city streets, there’s enough variety for anyone that finds themselves in Toronto on a hunt for some quick grub. Here are The Best Food Trucks in Toronto You Need To Try.
1. Buster’s Sea Cove
Everyone loves seafood but not everyone trusts raw fish from a…truck. If you’re feeling adventurous make sure you check out this Toronto trusted food truck for all your needs. Their Maine-style lobster roll has been deemed one of the best in the city! They are always busy with lines that wrap around the block so make sure you plan this foodie experience in advance.
It wouldn’t be a Toronto food trucks industry if there weren’t a restaurant on wheels dedicated to the one and only Drake. This Toronto themed food truck takes inspiration from our cities multiculturism and adds their own spin on traditional food. Like their famous Jerk chicken Mac & cheese!
3. 50 Pesos
Another tribute to Toronto’s multiculturalism is the food truck 50 Pesos. Their menu consists of Latin dishes. All of their sauces and guacamole are freshly made and ready to serve everyday. They also put a cool spin on the classic Canadian poutine made with their unique chipotle. Did I mention they don’t charge for extra guac? Sign. Us. Up.
4. The Egg Man
There are also food trucks in Toronto that have specialty breakfast menus like The Egg Man. It’s Toronto’s only food truck that focuses solely on gourmet breakfast. It’s perfect for those lazy summer Sunday mornings. Their menu consists of an assortment of unique breakfast poutines, omelettes, and sandwiches all cooked up by chef Tom!
BeaverTails are a Canadian delicacy that started out in our capital Ottawa. When the dessert started to gain traction, the company dispersed a bunch of food trucks to travel the country. The fried dough shaped as a beaver tail can be personalized to your liking. Oreos, Hershey chocolate, Nutella, you name it!
Named after the ominous purgatory, this food trucks sets itself apart from your generic fast food trucks by selling hellish themes items on their menu. This family friendly burger joint on wheels has no affiliation with religion, their burgers are just so good you’d sin for one. Be sinful and try their famous pride, envy, or greed burger when you visit.
7. I Love Churros
The name says it all! Churros are the perfect snack, they’re light in your stomach, light in you’re pocket, and DELICIOUS. This Toronto food truck is run by the owners of Pancho’s bakery so if you ever find yourself in the vicinity of either definitely check out their unique menu! Fill up your churro with literally any topping you can imagine and you’ll be saying, “I Love Churro’s” like the rest of us.
8. Jacked Up Coffee
Living in a bustling city requires caffeine and a lot of it. Jacked Up Coffee provides Torontonians with a quick way to get their fix without waiting in those long Starbucks lines. Their truck is nicknamed the blue monster with a menu that includes coffee, iced coffee, artisan teas and variety of desserts and baked goods.