There’s an new kind of energy in Vancouver’s air this week…Have you noticed it? Have you breathed it in? There’s a new kind of bounce in our step and a cheeriness in our spirit.
Perhaps it’s the hint of sakura blossoms tickling our noses?
Perhaps it’s the sunshine teasing us through the clouds?
One thing’s for sure: it ain’t the Canucks making the playoffs. Oop. Too soon?
Brace yourselves – I’ll tell you what’s in the air. It’s the beautiful scent of fresh grilled cheese sandwiches, popcorn chicken, and West Coast smoked salmon that’s got the city a-buzz.
FOOD TRUCK SEASON IS BACK!
That’s right folks, our award-winning World’s Best Food Truck tour is back on the streets, showcasing the best and brightest of Vancouver’s multicultural food scene! If you’re ready to cut the lines, hear the backstories, and food-truck-food-crawl, join our tour here! You’ll know it’s us by spotting the bright red t-shirts!
It’s been a long (and oddly cold) season of indoor eating, so there’s no doubt that foodies all over town are eager for “sunny season” to commence. Turns out, we aren’t the only ones. The food trucks in Vancouver braved drastic weather and significant legal amendments during the winter season. Because Vancouver’s food truck scene is relatively new, it’s a fiercely competitive market that is quick to change. So which trucks have held their ground and how did they do it? We discovered a few survival tricks that have brought success to our favourite Vancouver food trucks:
To survive the harsh winter months…
(See: Mom’s Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Soho Road’s Butter Chicken Naan Kebab) These are items people crave on rainy days and they will even get a little wet to obtain it. No rain, no gain, right?!
4) Win catering gigs