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The top 5 new food trucks in Toronto

Toronto food trucks are reinventing the old while dishing out the new. Next this year, expect a twist on classic food truck fare like burgers and poutine along with something we haven't seen before with dumplings and breakfast. From po'boys to beet infused burgers these trucks are ready for the new season.

Here are my picks for the top new food trucks in Toronto.

feasTO
FeasTO earned their way to food truck status by winning Food Network's Food Truck Face Off. Now you can catch them on the streets serving handmade dumplings with a variety of different fillings. Enjoy unusual flavours like pho, duck and foie gras and pumpkin.

The Egg Man
The Egg Man is Toronto's first and only gourmet breakfast food truck. Start your morning off with menu items like the breakfast poutine, the manwich and the croque madame. Find them in the morning at their usual spot at Yonge and Elm.

Blazin Cajun
Blazin Cajun is spicing up the streets of Toronto with their authentic Cajun grub. Menu items include Cajun staples like gumbo and po' boys. You can often find this colourful truck along Bloor.

Mustache Burger
Mustache Burger is bringing real gourmet burgers to the streets of Toronto. Enjoy beef burgers, turkey burgers, chicken burgers, veggie burgers and more. Catch them for lunch at King & John and for dinner at St. George & Hardbord.

Born2Eat
Born2Eat is bringing their take on classic Canadian comfort dishes to the streets. Menu items include their beet beef burger, mac and cheese hot dog and poutine. Catch them along side Mustache Burger at King & John for lunch.

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