Although many people prefer to go dining alfresco in patios during summer, food trucks still attract a lot of passers-by. As there are a lot of food trucks in the streets of Ontario, you can see them very easily when driving. Read on to find out more about them.
Priscilla Fidel Gastro’s 2
Priscilla Fidel Gastro is a popular food truck that has extended its stocks because it’s been successful in recent years. Such success is thanks to three main recipes which are the Kung Pow Cauliflower, the Porknado, andthe Chicky Sticky Icky. Nevertheless, the most recommended is Pad Thai fries.
If you want to eat nothing run-of-the-mill in Mississauga, Untamed Chef has what you are looking for. They have an extensive menu, but customers say wonderful things about the brisket and fried chicken sandwiches and tater tot tacos.
Untamed Chef is a small family-owned business that works hard to make true on its promise, “street food without borders.”
Bifana Boys, on their side, is a food truck that offers Portuguese fusion food like PiriPiri and hickory sticks. At Bifana Boys, the top billing treat on the menu is the classic Bifana, which comes with PiriPiri ketchup and banana peppers. These two ingredients give the dish an explosive flavour.
Now if you are fond of British street food, Ello Gov’na is the best option. They mix traditional recipes with an added modern flair. They have reinvented themselves over the years to the extent that they have utilized Chinese and Scottish ingredients in their recipes. Unquestionably, getting takeout from Ello Gov‘na is a flip worthy experience.
In this magazine, we know that eating out at food trucks allows us to taste dishes we had probably never heard of. Since today’s food trucks reinvent themselves regularly, they continue to grow and cover all kinds of events.