EAT Chicken Wraps is a new food truck in town right outside the Vancouver Art Gallery. I’ve walked by several times and had to make a double take because I didn’t really know why their food was so unique. It turns out they serve food with an Asian flare. It’s hard to image when you are just glancing at the truck
The owners – Dan and Sammy are from Tianjin, China and the inspiration for their food truck is really the multiculturalism in Vancouver and had to weave that into the menu. The only use fresh local chicken, which they debone themselves.
Hoisin Chicken Roll ($7) has a crispy chinese pancake, five spiced chicken, Asian salad mixture, pickled radish, green onion and hoisin sauce. It was pretty good, you get the crunchiness from the chinese pancake and vegetables that blend really well with the spiced chicken.
Kung Pao Chicken Lettuce wrap ( 2 for $7) has chicken breast, corn, water chestnut, peanuts, kung pao sauce, sesame chilli oil and iceburg lettuce.
I usually sit on these stairs to eat since there’s not too many places to sit down.
Overall, I was pleasantly surprised by their offerings. All their items contain their fresh chicken except the hotdogs that they serve.
We Rate Eat Chicken Wrap:
700 Robson St