This summer is a critical time for food trucks in Montreal. The city has invested resources to ramp up street food, the Quebec street food association has doubled down on efforts to promote the industry, and a convoy of new trucks is on the streets of Montreal. Read up on these ten new players and then take the poll.
The Story: Niçoise cuisine hits the streets of Montreal, with a menu curated by chef Nicolas Ficuciello of standout BYOW Le Quartier Géneral.
The Story: Next level popsicles made with all-natural ingredients in a range of unexpected flavours.
The Story: Artisanal Ahuntsic butcher shop Ça Va Barder goes mobile with tasty meaty treats. The truck's flagship product is the Wag Dog—a hot dog made with 100% Quebec Wagyu, in a brioche bun with homemade condiments like black garlic mayo and hot sauce.
The Story: Principals Thierry Baron and Isabelle Pelletier offer duck in a variety of iterations; wings, sandwiches, salads, and more.
The Story: This truck offers twists on burrito bowls made with fresh, natural products.
The Story: Mexican street food is here, with some regional adaptations. To wit, Mi Corazon's 'Dirty Martinez' poutine.
The Story: Homemade Pogos maison, i.e. corn dogs, is how this Terrebonne-based truck rolls.
The Story: The operators behind this new truck use hormone-free Highland beef from Quebec as a base product for sandwiches and other items.
The Story: Sandwiches made with smokeless pork belly, cut into slices and cooked on a hot plate with spices.
The Story: The latest member of the Lucilles restaurant family is all about that beef.