Baro Food Truck Toronto

5 food trucks that have opened in Toronto this summer

This spring we were introduced to a number of new food trucks. Summer sixteen is continuing the trend as more and more trucks have been rolling out. From classic burger offerings to Latin cuisine, Toronto continues to be spoiled with gourmet street eats.

Here's a roundup of some new food trucks to look out for in Toronto this summer.

Baro
Valdez doled out delicious Latin American street food from its now shuttered King West restaurant. Later this summer, it'll be reborn as Baro just across the street but until then you can eat chef Steven Gonzalez's food at his Baro food truck.

Mami's
If you're hankering for some Indian, Mami's will hit the spot. The truck features items from the North and South regions of the country. Chow down on samosa, dosa, butter chicken, wraps and lassis.

Wanna Burger
From the same people behind La Novela, Wanna Burger serves up fresh pressed burgers, french fries, poutine, hot dogs and milkshakes.

The Urban Asian
ME.N.U Food Truck and feasTO aren't the only trucks serving Asian eats. The Urban Asian has hit the streets with a menu full of rice dishes, rice balls, sliders and popcorn chicken.

The Flyin G'nosh
If you spot a food trailer with a giant elephant on it you've discovered The Flyin G'nosh. Here you'll discover Indian and Asian street food including samosas, steamed buns and noodle bowls.

To find out where food trucks will be each day visit Toronto Food Trucks or download the Food Trucks app for iPhone or Android.

What did I miss? Add your favourite new food truck in the comments.

Photo by Hector Vasquez.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

10 restaurants you can buy in Toronto right now

These are the most unusual ramen you can get in Toronto

Outrageous Korean corndog chain opening its first Toronto location

Toronto's rock and roll restaurant closes after less than a year

Someone is leaving vinyl records outside a Toronto coffee shop

Toronto restaurant workers say allergies aren't an excuse to bring in your own food

Toronto dim sum restaurant shut down by health inspectors

Molson's new cannabis beverages will hit stores by the end of this year