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Fat Duck Truck: Amazing Sandwiches For Lunch

Foodology June 22, 2013 Downtown, Food Carts, Four Beakers, Sandwich, Streetcart

Fat Duck Truck

Fat Duck Truck is one of the new food trucks to hit the streets this Summer in Vancouver. What drew us to this truck was the name and it’s delectable menu. Their menu is quite simple, all items are $10 and comes with pop and chips. When I went here, they only had 4 items – Duck confit Philly Sandwich , pork belly sandwich, Beef tongue and cheek sandwich, and their creme brulee. Yummy meaty menu, but the downside is that they are cash only.

Fat Duck Truck

Watermelon Spritz (+$1) was what I ordered to substitute the pop. It’s nice, refreshing and I’m sure it has less sugary than pop. It tasted good.

Fat Duck Truck

Pork Belly Sandwich ($10) has 2 slices of super crispy pork belly, topped with avocado cucumber relish and chipotle mayo. It also comes with house made potato chips. It’s really good, thickly cut and very very crispy.

Fat Duck Truck

Beef tongue & cheek “bahn mi”  ($10) with a hoisin and soy glaze, pickled daikon & carrots, cilantro and chili mayo. It also has the home made chips and pop.  The meat was very tender and it was like a modern twist to a bahn mi sandwich.

Overall, Magz and I really enjoyed our meals. It filled us up and we even had to save some of the chips for an afternoon snack. I would definitely revisit again.

We Rate Fat Duck Mobile Truck:

Location:
Varies, but I found it near the Vancouver Main Post Office. Best to check their current location on Twitter.

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/fatducktruck

Website:
http://fatduckmobileeatery.ca/

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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.

  • I’m honoured to be mentioned by name, rather than “coworker”. Hahah this place was really good! We should go again some time