Food Trucks in Edmonton, Alberta

Food trucks offer a selection of tasty meals at high traffic locations in Edmonton, Alberta. The list of trucks and locations is quite extensive, for example, La Poutine, Local Omnivore, Sailin’ On, The Food Fighter, Big City Sandwich, and many others. Some places offer veggie starters, sandwiches, and meat options, others feature subs and sandwiches, and still others offer mac and cheese, pizza burgers, butter chicken pops, and a lot more.

Top Picks

Food trucks such as the Bully Food Truck  offer fresh and tasty options to diversify your menu or just have a quick lunch. The Bully Food Truck, for example, features a wide selection of meals, including salads and soups, meals, wraps, and sandwiches and burgers. Tasty offerings include turkey brie wrap, cheddar, bacon, and chicken wrap, whitefish and salmon burger, roasted turkey sandwich, and a lot more. The menu features a selection of delicious vegetarian and meal offerings such as kimchi beef, roasted chicken thighs, rice bowl and vegetarian options, coleslaw, and more. La Poutine is also an option to try tasty food in Edmonton, including garden, veggie, vegan, and traditional poutines. The menu is quite long and diverse. Meat options are also available, for example, hot wing, BBQ chicken, cheeseburger, and pizza poutines. The best part is that the food truck is available for special events such as school events, weddings, business and corporate lunches, and others. Sailin’ On is a great place if you want to have a meat-free meal like a vegan wrap or a sandwich. If you are into fusion kitchen, then try Drift which offers falafels, sandwiches, and sides. You can have a pork belly sandwich with chili mayo, cilantro, daikon, and pickled carrot. Or you can have а roast beef sandwich with red pepper and pepperoncini’s salad, crispy onions, and provolone. The food truck also offers tasty sides such as potato crisps and hand cut fries as well as an assortment of drinks, including San Pellegrino, Cariboos rootbeer, Earth Water, and others. You can visit Drift at different locations – the Canadian Blood services building, Grand Market, the Neil Crawford Centre, and others.

More Options in Edmonton

If you are up for a quick brunch or lunch or fine dining is not your thing, Edmonton has plenty to offer, from small family restaurants and fast food chains to food trucks. Other places to visit and have a quick lunch, breakfast, or  even dinner include the Little Village, Carnival Cravings, Battista’s Calzone Co., Nomad Mobile, and Molly’s Eats. Nomad Mobile, for example, offers handmade sausages and local meats while the Smokehouse BBQ features pulled pork, meatloaf, ribs, and other offerings. If you want to try exotic Asian street food, then go to Molly’s Eats. They offer exactly that. The food truck features street food from countries such as India, Uruguay, and Trinidad. If you are up for a pita wrap and a salad, then go to the Little Village which offers tasty Greek food. The Act is a place to have a burger, sandwich, or fries and if you want to have something sweet, go to the City Centre Market to try Liège Belgian waffles at Eva Sweet Waffles.