Dine Out Vancouver: Street Food City III

Diana Chan January 23, 2014 British Columbia, Dineout, Event, Filipino, Food Carts, lunch, Streetcart


Street Food City is back for the third time brings together a plethora of Vancouver Food truck in one convenient location. It’s been very successful in the past years and keep coming back. I remember my first time here in 2012 when I got some Hot Chocolate from the Juice Truck.

The event is completely free and they feature a bunch of food trucks from January 22 to 26, 2014 outside the Art Gallery.

  • 11:00am – 3:00pm Wednesday through Friday
  • 11:00am – 5:00pm Saturday and Sunday


The food trucks participating include:

  • JJ’s Trucketeria
  • Roaming Dragon
  • Feastro
  • Holy Perogy
  • Dougie Dog
  • REEL Mac
  • Aussie Pie
  • Reef Runner
  • Vij’s Railway Express
  • Roaming Dragon
  • Guanaco
  • Le Tigre
  • Tacofino
  • Mom’s Grilled Cheese
  • Soho Road
  • Mangal Kiss
  • Yolks
  • Eli Serious
  • Mogu
  • Chili Tank
  • Taser
  • Kaboom Box
  • The Juice Truck.


It’s a great selection of food trucks and you will definitely find something you like. I came around 1pm, so the lines were manageable. The popular food trucks definitely have longer lines.


Lots of the tables were occupied, so you definitely need to stalk your way to find a seat. It sucks if you are with a bunch of people because you may not get a seat. Perhaps bring it back to the office to eat or eat somewhere else close by.


My pick was JJ’s Trucketeria because of their menu. The prices range from $5 to $8 and will be guaranteed full. Plus, Filipino food is pretty damn good.


Garlic Fried Rice Big Plate ($8) has a bed of garlic fried rice, a fried egg, Filipino BBQ Pork and a vinegar sauce. It smell so good and it made everyone want to line up just to get it. It’s a filling meal and worth the $8.

I only had one stomach, so I could only make one stop while I was here. My other coworker went to Le Tigre to get a soup and sandwich.

Jj's Trucketeria on Urbanspoon

I did enjoying stopping by Street Food City for lunch. You have lots of options and can’t disappoint. Its a little bit chilly outside, but it’s much better than sitting inside a food court. Expect long lines during peak lunch hour.


About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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