Feed The Six

Feedthe6 is not Toronto's Drake themed food truck

Sadly, this isn't a Drake-themed food truck but don't fret as the food here will surely not disappoint. The Feedthe6 food truck bursted onto the scene in the spring of 2016 and has been dishing out some of the most eclectic offerings you'll find in the city. Their menu draws inspiration from Jamaica, India, Korea, Philippines and Tibet - just to name a few.

Feed The Six

One of their most popular menu items is their paratha tacos. What makes this taco stand-out from other truck offerings is the shell. Paratha is the base of the taco, which is an Indian type of roti that is both flaky and buttery. Tacos come with pork adobo, jerk chicken or bulgogi beef.

Feed The Six

Then there's the jerk n' cheese squares. Jerk chicken and mac and cheese are combined into one epic dish. Mac and cheese is made from scratch and gets mixed in with the truck's jerk chicken.They then mold this into squares, bread it, fry it and finish it off with a drizzle of spicy mayo.

Feed The Six

Savoury offerings are the only things you'll find here. On special you'll come across halo halo. This Filipino dessert consists of crushed ice, condensed milk, ube ice cream and assorted jello fruits. It's the perfect cool down on a hot day.

To find out where Feedthe6 will be next check the Toronto Food Trucks website or download the Food Trucks app for iPhone or Android.

Photos by Hector Vasquez.


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