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Toronto food trucks find home at City Hall this summer

Yesterday, some of Toronto's tastiest food trucks rolled into Nathan Phillips Square during lunch time. This special service at City Hall is apart of Toronto's Street Food Series that has been going on over the course of the summer.

From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. feasTO, Born2Eat, Urban Smoke, Fidel Gastro's, La Novela and Tdots Naansense gathered and served up delectable grub to City Hall visitors, TORONTO sign photo takers, office workers and food truck fans.

On the menu was everything from sweet and sour chicken dumplings from feasTO to cuban sandwiches form La Novela and even marmite poutine from Born2Eat. Let's just say there was no shortage of truck eats to go around.

This Street Food Series will continue throughout the summer at Nathan Phillips Square on the following dates and will feature the following food trucks:

July 26

August 9

August 23

August 30

September 6

Please note the food truck line-up is subject to change.

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


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