aboriginal food truck

Aboriginal food truck hits the streets for Pan Am Games

Toronto's first Aboriginal food truck debuted in Toronto yesterday just in time for the Pan Am Games. The You Are Welcome truck will likely be a regular presence on the streets this week as it needs to make the most out of its short lifespan. The truck will be touring around Toronto until July 16 after which it will cease operations.

So what exactly can you expect to eat at an Aborginal food truck? We stopped by its inaugural service in Liberty Village on Friday to check out the food. Expect to find menu items unlike any other Toronto food truck - there's curied elk and sweet potato in puff pastry, smoked turkey chili, nish kabobs and blueberry bannock.

Take a closer look at the menu items below.

CURIED ELK AND SWEET POTATO IN PUFF PASTRY

aboriginal food truck


aboriginal food truck

SMOKED TURKEY CHILI

aboriginal food truck


aboriginal food truck

NISH KABOBS
BLUEBERRY BANNOCK
To find out where the truck will be this week, just check this page on Toronto Food Trucks or download the Food Trucks iPhone or Android app.


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