Toronto burger and fries chain rolls out food truck
If you hit the CNE's Food Truck Frenzy today, you'll be sure to see some new food trucks, some familiar faces, and one new food truck that's also a familiar face.
South St. Burger Co., the Toronto-based burger chain and New York Fries offshoot, is the latest major company aiming to get in on our city's recent mania for any food served on wheels. Their 1946 bus, freshly converted into a burger and fries slinging machine, hit the road for the first time at the Ex this weekend.
The truck dishes out a selection of foods from both South St. Burger and NY Fries, including burgers, veggie burgers, and those food court staple fries, with the menu set to rotate and change depending on what the company's offering.
But lest you dream of these burgers and fries being sold on the corner outside your office, don't get your hopes up - the truck will be mostly serving at charity events and private parties, with possible future appearances at food festivals and other events.
Photo by Jesse Milns