10 new food truck eats to try right now in Toronto
Street food is having a moment in Toronto. This season has seen a whole slew of new food trucks hit the scene. From classic Italian lasagna to sushi burritos, this food truck season has brought with it some super delicious eats.
Here are my picks for new truck eats to try this summer in Toronto.
Mac and cheese from Momma's Boy
If you're on the hunt for comfort food as good as your mother's head to this truck. An order of their ooey gooey mac and cheese will hit the spot.
Tacos from 50 Pesos
After winning Food Truck Face-Off on Food Network, 50 Pesos can been seen all over Ontario dishing out some tasty tacos. Indulge in offerings filled with everything from black beans to chicken.
Sushi burritos from SUSHITTO On the Road
Sushi burritos are all the rage this summer and SUSHITTO On the Road were one of the firsts to bring it to the city. Prepare to get stuffed with giant rolls filled with shrimp, crab, chicken and a variety of vegetables.
Stuffed chicken wings from Fully Loaded T.O
This Toronto wing truck is stuffing their deep fried chicken wings with mac and cheese, jalape単o popper mix and even Greek-style potatoes.
Chaat from The Flyin G'nosh
Toronto's newest food trailer specializes in Indian and Asian street food. Their summer chaat is a must-try when you visit.
Classic lasagna from I Love Lasagna
You can now enjoy an Italian classic dish right from a food truck. I Love Lasagna serves up their classic lasagna filled with veal, beef bolognese, mozzarella and parmigiano.
Curry tacos from The Vegan Extremist
Vegans, rejoice! You finally have your very own food truck and guess what!? They're slinging tacos filled with delicious curry.
Waffles from Sweet Joanna
There's a new waffle truck in town. Get freshly baked waffles loaded with toppings like Nutella, ice cream, fruits and custards.
Halo halo from Feedthe6
You can now get popular Filipino dessert halo halo from one of Toronto's most eclectic food trucks. It's the perfect summertime treat.
What did I miss? Add your favourite new food truck eat in the comments.
Photos by Hector Vasquez and Jesse Milns.
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