Toronto Food Trucks

Smoke's Burritorie

Love Smokes Poutinerie? Now there is Smokes Burritorie! And yes, they put poutine IN the burritos. And chicken and waffles. And spaghetti and meatballs. And pad thai. You get the picture... Smoke's burritos are comfort food supreme. There is a location on Adelaide Street now and the Smokes Burritorie food truck is always a welcome sight at local events. Here it is at Great Lakes Brewery for Food Truck Fridays. Rosie :)


Smoke's Burritorie Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Caplansky's Deli | College Street

So glad the deli king is back in business! Zane Caplansky made news in June when he had to get an injunction against his landlord for terminating the restaurant's lease because of failure "to effect repairs not authorized by the landlord." Caplansky said it was completely out of order, fought it, and now he's back making the best deli food in the city. And it's a good thing because Toronto was freaking out. The 6ix needs their smoked meat fix... where is Beyonce supposed to nosh when she's in town? This is the OG location of Caplansky's and the food is great whether you dine in or take it to go, which we did. My little man's favourite are the perfectly fried potato latkes, which did not make it home.


King City Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival

It was a beautiful day for this delicious event in King City's Memorial Park with a great selection of gourmet food trucks, local breweries and an amazing schedule of live music. $15 gets you entry into the event with access to food, beer and live music plus three drink tokens. If you aren't a drinker and just want to go and enjoy the music, $5 gets you access to the event grounds. Kids under 12 are free. We started with pulled pork from Smokinstein Food Truck.



Food Dudes Food Truck

I get why there is such a line-up of happy regulars at the Food Dudes food truck. The food is delicious. The menu items may sound simple and casual, but the flavours are anything but. And, they were playing really good music.


The Cap'n Crunch cod tacos and mac and cheese balls were so tasty and completely worth the wait. The Nutella Bombs were the perfect example of how Nutella should be eaten- melted in a dessert with banana bread.




We found Food Dudes at Front and Sherbourne; follow them on Twitter @TheFoodDudesTO to find their latest location in the city. Rosie :)


Buster's Sea Cove Food Truck

On Friday the Buster's Sea Cove food truck was at Front and Bay. It's a great lunch option if you like seafood or if you haven't had a chance to eat at their location in the St. Lawrence Market, which has been a Market favourite for years and years. Buster's is the first seafood food truck in Ontario.


I was moving slow on Friday so by the time I got there, the lobster rolls were sold out. I saw a few people have mini-meltdowns. One girl nearly fell off her bike in disappointment. It is disappointing, especially when the fish tacos are sold out as well. But that's life in the big city people, you snooze you lose a lobster roll at Buster's.


We were easily placated by the crab rolls. Buster's seafood is really, really fresh.


Visit the Toronto Food Trucks website to find out where Buster's, and all the other fun Toronto food trucks, are located any day of the week. Rosie :)