Edmonton’s culinary scene hits the street in the summer with almost 50 food trucks out and about. With menus that change daily, there is plenty of variety to satisfy all taste buds. The location of each truck varies daily, and they also make appearances at farmer’s markets, festivals, and events throughout the season. Whet your app-etite and visit streetfoodapp.com/edmonton for a real-time list of where and when each food truck will be available, or download the free Street Food App for on-the-go navigation. Plus, most food trucks share their daily menus and locations on Twitter.
British pub grub like Yorkshire pudding, Shepard’s pie, and sandwiches.
The Fruit Truck
Fresh, organic fruit—much of which is grown on local, regional farms.
Moose on the Run
Smoked meat, chicken and waffles,
Attila the HUNgry
Asian fusion food like Thai PB & J sandwiches and duck tater tots.
Homemade smoked bacon and sandwiches.
Over 19 types of poutine (including a vegan variety) with homemade gravy.
Authentic Ukrainian dishes like perogies, sauerkraut, and cabbage rolls.
Burgers, pizza rolls, chicken fingers, and poutine.
Bully Food Truck
Upscale comfort food like butter chicken pops, pizza burgers, and their famous mac and cheese.
Fusion-food craft sandwiches, handcut fries with homemade ketchup and seasoning.
Delicious Greek fare including salads and pita wraps.
Hot sandwiches, spiced french fries, and desserts.
Southern barbecue food like ribs, brisket, and pulled pork.
Aboriginal cuisine like bannock burgers, Indian tacos, chili and cheddar bannock dogs.
Fresh fruit smoothies.
The Patty Wagon
Customizable gourmet burgers and poutine.
Big City Sandwich
Gourmet sandwiches with international influences and handcut fries.
Casa 12 Doce
Traditional handmade Mexican streetfood like tacos, tortas, and huaraches.
AAA Alberta beef creations, including their signature Shwarma.
Ricebowls and Asian-inspired fare.
All vegan wraps and sandwiches, including one made with their famous coconut bacon.
Nhon Hoa Sandwich Bar
Vietnamese subs, spring rolls, and bubble tea.
Truckin’ Good Eats
BBQ ribs and beef.
Dolce & Banana
Italian pasta, paninis, and desserts.
Poutine, hot sandwiches, and frozen lemonade.
Mediterranean food like donairs and shish kebabs—the donair poutine is a must-try.
Gone But Not Forgotten
The Act was a popular local food truck, but you won’t see it on the streets this season as the owners are focusing on their new restaurant, MEAT. If you’re craving The Act’s burgers, they’re served up at The Next Act.
What the Truck?!
Inspired by lively food truck gatherings in San Francisco, local bloggers Mack Male and Sharon Yeo started What the Truck — a series of events that each gather several food trucks in one place, accompanied by live music, so hungry guests could “truck hop” and try a variety of dishes in one vibrant, community-oriented setting. Events run throughout the summer; the next What the Truck event is June 13, 2014. Visit www.whatthetruck.ca for updates.