Mississauga’s first food truck serves classic Greek-Canadian food, like greasy and delicious chicken gyros on a warm pita, stuffed with tomato, onion, tzatziki and, thank Hellas, hot French fries.
My lunch at the Sunflower Truck Stop Post was the perfect fusion of flavors. They elevated the standard flavors of a pulled pork sandwich by lightening up the meal with fresh vegetables. The fusion of flavors–from the Greek-inspired tzatziki to the Indian-inspired naan–created a unique and delicious meal. I can’t wait to return and work my way through the rest of the menu.
Space rental for a food truck would run up to $12,000 dollars just for the week of the convention
One thing was clear at this year’s Vendy Awards: New Yorkers covet their international cuisine.