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Food Trucks and Street Food in Montréal

Montréal Delicacies Invade the Streets!
Les camions de cuisine de rue sont de retour à Montréal pour une autre joyeuse saison estivale!

Food trucks are back for another fun and delicious summer season!

To the delight of street food lovers, until the end of October this year, 35 restauranteurs on wheels will be present in 6 boroughs throughout Montréal.

Great news, there’s an app that allows you to see which food trucks are parked close by; here’s the link:

In addition to finding conventional trucks that no longer require introductions, such as Grumman 78, a canteen truck that was among the first pilot project trucks used to assess the legalization of street food in Montreal, there are many new delicious options to choose from.

Here are a few food trucks, in close proximity to our different condo projects in Old Montréal, Griffintown and near St-Henri, we are eager to frequent this summer.

Queen B – Burritos in a bowl

L’Express mobile – Chinese cuisine specializing in General Tao Chicken

Decca77 Mobile – From the same people as the gourmet restaurant

Duck Truck Mtl – For duck amateurs

Traiteur Guru – Indian cuisine

Air de bœuf – Shredded beef sandwiches

Le Nice Truck – Specialties from Nice, France such as Pan Bagnat and Pissaladière

Ça va barder – A butcher shop on wheels offering reinvented hot-dogs

La cantine libanaise – Middle Eastern specialties

Two locations near le 21e arrondissement are sure to become the go-to places for new residents and people who work in the neighborhood: Victoria Square and Cité du Multimedia on Brennan Street right next to the Lachine Canal; two perfect places for an improvised picnic!

For real street food lovers, the largest monthly gathering of food trucks, which takes place the first Friday of each month at the Olympic stadium esplanade, is an event never to be missed. It is always a fun evening and most importantly, a great place to hang with friends.

Do you have a favorite food truck?

If you have any comments I’d love to hear them!

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