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The 5 most popular food trucks in Toronto right now

Toronto's food truck season is in full swing. New trucks have rolled out along with our past season's favourites. You may have noticed long lines at some of them and we have too. Based on our highly unscientific assessment of which trucks have the longest lines, here's a list of the most popular food trucks in Toronto right now.

Eva's Original Chimneys
After news broke of their doughnut cones coming to Toronto the city went wild on how can they get their hands on them. People are now spending their weekends lining up for a taste of these must-try cones, just check your Instagram for proof.

ME.N.U. Food Truck
A visit to this Asian fusion truck guarantees a wait in line. However, you should be patient as their rice balls, roti tacos and poutines are among some of the most delicious food truck eats you can find in the city.

Fidel Gastro's
If you see a huge line-up and hear chants of ole you've arrived at Fidel Gastro's food truck. Matt Basile and his team have been slinging out of this world sandwiches, tacos and pad Thai fries for years and the truck has no signs of slowing down.

SUSHITTO On the Road
Hitting the streets just last month this truck has been thrusted into Toronto food truck stardom. Their epic sushi burritos can be seen all over Instagram and people on Twitter are constantly on the search where they will be next.

feasTO
Toronto was blessed by the city's first dumpling food truck last summer. Now the truck is back in action for 2016 and people are eagerly lining up for their pho beef dumplings, shrimp wontons and banh mi sandwiches.

To find out where these trucks will be next visit the Toronto Food Trucks website or download the Food Trucks app for iPhone or Android.

Photo by Jesse Milns.


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