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Food Trucks to Look Out For This Summer

Recently, the Toronto food truck scene has exploded. Food trucks are lined up along downtown streets, serving up a whole array of mouth-watering culinary delights. They have brought a whole new culture to the city, including a festival dedicated solely to the Toronto food truck scene. Here is a list of some of the food trucks to look out for this summer.

Fully Loaded T.O.

Toronto natives Amanda and Kevin have eaten at many food trucks while travelling the world. That was enough to convince them to open their own food truck, Fully Loaded T.O. Fried chicken is their specialty, with delights such as chicken and waffle sandwiches, chicken parmesan fries and popcorn chicken poutine on their menu.

The Egg Man

Start your day off right with a hearty breakfast cooked to perfection by chef Tom Januszewski. The Egg Man has over fifteen years of experience cooking in some of Toronto’s top hotels, and has brought his savvy to the streets of the city. He serves up dishes like breakfast tacos, bacon grilled cheese and, of course, a selection of eggs cooked to perfection. Try the breakfast poutine: it won’t disappoint.

Eva’s Original Chimneys

Husband and wife team Justin and Kristin Butler have brought Justin’s grandmother Eva’s Hungarian chimney cakes to the streets of Toronto. If you have a sweet tooth, then Eva’s Original Chimneys is not to be missed. Their menu includes chimneys like strawberry cheesecake, mango coconut and the dream cone (cinnamon sugar cone with chocolate brownies, Nutella, Skor and caramel).

The Food Dudes

With mac and cheese balls, Captain Crunch fish tacos and Nutella bombs on their menu, you know The Food Dudes aren’t messing around when it comes to great finger food. Adrian Niman and Brent McClenahan have worked in Toronto’s food scene all of their adult lives. They’ve taken their knowledge of the industry and the vast multiculturalism of the city and mashed them into one diverse food menu. If you miss them on the street, be sure to find them from July 29–August 1 at the Toronto Food Truck Festival.