Most Vancouverites know the best place in town to get a taste of the islands is The Reef. With popular locations on Main Street and Commercial Drive, The Reef packs them in with a laid-back vibe, great tunes and johnny cakes. Now, thanks to the wonder of the food cart, the Caribbean vibe is loose on the streets of downtown Vancouver. The Reef Runner is here and just in time for summer.
In The Food Trust’s own words: “Tacos, curries, doubles, gyros, samosas, arepas, gazpacho, crepes and poutine.
More K-Town than Quebec, the twice-fried fries are piled high with moist and meaty eight-hour braised short ribs. Avocado-lime crema, gooey pepper jack cheese, and kimchi pickled onions cling to the top. It drips, oozes, and gloms with sweet and sour heat
Poutine, a Canadian french-fry favorite, comes to a food truck in Yonkers
Common-Link specializes in Belgian fries hand-cut from Kennebec potatoes, poutine, exotic sausages made from a variety of meats such as rabbit and antelope, buffalo brats, and Berkshire hot dogs from Denver-based Tender Belly.
Like a donkey, the truck is slow and steady yet reliable
Skillet Diner, the long-awaited stationary counterpart to the Skillet Street Food truck, opens Friday.