Vancouver’s New Street Food Options

Roaming Dragon (Photo credit: Alex Dobson)

The City of Vancouver has today announced the successful applicants for street food cart positions to be located around town this year.

See below for a list of the 19 vendors, where they’ll be located and what they’ll be serving.

Cartel - west side of 500 Dunsmuir Street
Korean fusion: beef, pork, tofu Korean tacos

Chawalla - east side of 800 Howe Street
Indian: Indian teas, sweet and savoury parantha

Didi’s Greek - south side of 1700 Robson Street
Greek: Souvlaki, tzatsiki, spanakopita, Greek salad

Feastro the Rolling BistroThurlow Street at W Cordova Street
Specialising in seafood: prawns, fish & chips, chowder

Finest at SeaSE corner of Robson Street & Hornby Street
Seafood: Fish sandwiches, fish tacos, coleslaw, kebab

The Hut - South side, 1200 Pacific Blvd Street
Vegetarian: wraps, veggie burgers, quesadillas

Gourmet SyndicateEast side, 900 Burrard Street
Asian fusion: pork sliders, soba noodle soup, duck salad

The Juice Truck200 Abbott Street
Juice: fresh fruit and veg juices and smoothies

Kiss Kiss Bahn BahnNW corner, Howe Street & Robson Street
Vietnamese: sub sandwiches, salads, coffee

Mangali - North side, 900 W Georgia Street
Mediterranean: shishkabab, lafah, couscous, salad

Mom’s Grilled Cheese Truck - 600 Hornby Street
American: Grilled sandwiches, soups, chili

Nu Souvlaki - North side, 800 Dunsmuir Street
Greek: Meat and veg souvlaki

Off the Wagon - 600 Howe Street
Mexican: Tacos

Osa Tako HeroSouth side, 800 W Pender Street
Japanese: Takoyaki

Roaming Dragon 2East side, 800 Burrard Street
Comfort Food: Sandwiches, matzo balls, shepherd’s pie, soup, chili, fruit

Soho Road Naan Kebab - West side, 900 Howe Street
Indian fusion: tandoori burger, masala fries, chai tea

Tacofino Cantina - 1800 Morton St Street
Mexican: tacos, burritos, tortilla soup, fruit and veg skewers

Re-Up BBQ - South side, 800 Robson Street
BBQ” Beef brisket sandwich, black bean and corn chilli, sweet tea

TrailerWest side 1100 Burrard Street
Asian BBQ: Meat, fruit, vegetables

Click here to check out a google map of all the street food locations.

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8 Responses to Vancouver’s New Street Food Options

  1. Jess

    Do you know when they will be opening?

    • Kristen Wehlow

      The release has said ‘for the Summer’, however I believe that there will be some up and running shortly (some that were approved have already been up and running during this past year).

      Let’s hope for some sunshine so we can get out and enjoy them!

  2. Steven of QLD

    Which do you recommend?

  3. Kristen Wehlow

    Well, the majority of these ones are new food trucks which I haven’t had the pleasure to try as yet, but I will keep you posted!

    Of the ones I have tried, you should definitely try out Cartel, Roaming Dragon and Re-Up BBQ. The last two you should try in their current form, though I’m very excited about the new items they’ll be bringing to the table (street?) in the coming months!

  4. Teresa

    It would be great if someone could map these :)

  5. Kristen

    Hi Teresa – you can actually see a google map of all the food cart locations here:

    http://bit.ly/hn5oZY

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