Holy Perogy is a new Food Truck that has hit the streets of Downtown Vancouver. They sells perogies of course. Since Jen and I were going on a little Vancouver food cart adventure, we decided to stop at Holy Perogy since it was new and different that some of the other food trucks out there. Holy Perogy is located outside the library.
Their truck has a cute perogy mascot too. Sometimes I wonder if they have a name. hehe.
Their menu is quite small, but has enough flavours to entice your taste buds.
Smoked Salmon Perogies ($10) contain bits of smoked salmon, cream cheese and potato filling. It’s topped with cream cheese and fried onions. The topping was supposed to have capers, but it wasn’t on there for some reason.
It tasted alright, but the salmon flavour needs to stand out a bit more. Perhaps even have bits of smoked salmon as a topping? It was a pretty expensive box of perogies compared to what you could buy at the grocery store said Jen. The quality was ok as some of them were falling apart. Perhaps we went on an off day.
Overall, it was a good experience, but kinda disappointing. Nonetheless, you do get a good amount of perogies to get full for lunchtime. With the variety of different food trucks in Vancouver, you might as well try it once.
Words of Wisdom:
- A bit expensive for perogies
- Easy to share
- Good for perogy lovers
700 Homer Street