Vancouver’s Assortment of Food Trucks

Have you gotten on the food truck train yet? Well if you haven’t, I’m going to get you all aboard. Vancouver’s food trucks are found throughout the city sidewalks, to events, breweries and festivals. Due to COVID-19, many food trucks have suffered and what better way to enjoy an Instagram worthy meal than hitting up some Vancouver’s best food trucks.

The Frying Pan

The Frying Pan is a Korean style food truck. They are most known for their Nashville X Korean style hot chicken sandwiches and Korean rice bowls. Weekly, The Frying Pan is located at 505 Burrard, Downtown Vancouver but on the weekends they venture to breweries, farmers markets and festivals.

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Mama Said Pizza Co.

Mama Said Pizza is a New York inspired pizza truck. They use 72 hour fermented dough which is completely made from scratch. From regular cheese to caged heat to caramelized pineapple,  and anything in between, Mama Said has the perfect pizza for you. They are always located in the Twin Sails Brewing parking lot in Port Moody.

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Salty’s Lobster Shack

I tell you, their lobster bisque is like heaven in your mouth. The best bisque you will ever have which is perfect for the fall weather fast approaching.  Their lobster grilled cheese is also top notch. I highly recommend if you see this food truck, you run to the line up and get yourself some lobster bisque.

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Shameless Buns

Shameless buns serves Filipino chow using traditional Filipino bread roll, Pandesal as their vessel. They offer a variety of sandwiches served with poutine inspired and rice bowls along with two vegetarian options. Shameless Buns also has their homemade banana ketchup with uses a total of 23 ingredients.

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Tacofino has three food trucks, the Blue Truck, Pink Truck and the Minty Truck. Each truck offers a different variety of tacos and burritos. They have a great variety between pork, fish tacos, cauliflower and many other kinds of fillings. Tacofino normally has a truck at the Vancouver Art Gallery in the afternoon on weekdays and at night and the weekend, they are usually hanging out at local breweries. 

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Hopefully one of these will become your new go to food truck. Or better yet, keep trying them all. Bon Appétit!

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