Anyone who knows me knows I love food and that I can eat a lot of it. So much so, that a six foot, three inch, 240 pound man, aka my husband, has a hard time keeping up and yet, at his envy, I stay a steady 110 pounds. What can I say? Other than genetics have been kind and send any hostility towards the Swedish DNA my mother gave me.
So, food trucks, stands, trailers, cantinas, even Winnebagoes, I thank you. Thank you for making good food so accessible and affordable. Thank you for being a convenient stop on route to many a destination. And thank you Bay of Quinte region for having such a variety that keeps me one more wish away from living in the big city.
If you haven’t picked up a copy of our Bay of Quinte Discover Guide, then you’re crazy. No just kidding, but you are missing out on some really amazing visuals and content highlighting the awesomeness that visits, lives, works, creates, plays and eats here. One such piece is the two page, hand illustrated foodie fleet map of the area. It’s both useful and adorable. A winning combination if you ask me. It looks like this — Illustration by Jeannie Phan — jeanniephan.com
Killer right? I mean, check out the attention to detail. That little black charcoal grill gets me every time.
Now, this list below is not in any particular order other than it matches the counterclockwise direction of the map. With this much tastiness, we can’t possibly have a favourite.
Read more about Food Truck Fridays and some of these culinary entrepreneurs in related posts sidebar to the right of your viewing area.
Delicious Quebec-style food with many gluten free options. Must try: authentic poutine
but…. I’m a sucker for a good hot chicken sandwich and this one is TDF.
A true Caribbean experience. Must try: Pimento-smoked, charcoal-grilled jerk chicken.
Food pics to come, they are about to open any minute. For now, we post this incredible, can’t miss it, paint job.
Fresh sandwiches, salads and desserts made with local produce and artisans ingredients. Must try: The Famous PICNIC Po’boy …. don’t forget about the donut holes – lavender if they have them.
Serving Latino street food using locally sourced ingredients. Must try: “El Fuego” jalapeño sausage taco.
Black Sheep Cannery Food Truck
Elevated comfort classics with a twist. Specializing in a slow smoked fusion of local, sustainable, gluten free foods. Must try: The Dirty Bird Poutine.
Texas-style BBQ, handcrafted with real smoke for real BIG flavour. Must try: Texan Platter
Authentic Mexican and Southern Comfort cuisine served al fresco. Must try: Ceviche and Street Corn and the Savannah Burger.
Downtown Julie Brown’s Food Trailer
Handmade food, fresh Quinte ingredients. Must try: Julie’s famous burgers, fries and Montreal-style poutine.
Using local sustainable grain-fed premium beef, flame grilled slowly with the freshest locally grown produce & cheese available. Must try: Classic La Revolution burger.
Truly incredible fries. Enough said. Must try: Mac and Cheese Dog with local cheese curd poutine.
More than just a chip truck. Must try: Twisted potato and bacon cheeseburger.