It’s an unassuming food truck known for its fresh food, friendly service and normally busy lunch lineups. But on Wednesday the line looked a little different: mixed in with the usual crowd were reporters and cameras.
Four new food trucks and one gelato cart will be rolling onto Ottawa’s streets for mid-May.
Food truck gatherings are great for this mingling of cuisines. Where else can you munch on icing sugar-dusted beignets while waiting for a dosa
From gourmet grilled cheese to frozen custard, there was something for everyone to enjoy.
A dozen new trucks and carts will be cooking in a parking lot at the corner of Rochester and Pamilla streets, giving people a one-stop opportunity to sample Ottawa’s new street food scene.
The proprietor of the big blue Ottawa Streat Gourmet truck, which sets up most weekdays at Queen and O’Connor streets, had been parking in his Mooney’s Bay driveway, though the truck is bigger than the city’s rules say a vehicle can be if it’s stored on a residential property.
Chef and new food-truck operator Ben Baird is looking for a new place to park his truck now that he’s been told to have it out of the driveway of his house by July 5.