Hugos Churros: Vancouver’s First Churro Pop Up Stand

Diana Chan August 3, 2015 Dessert, Pop-Up Shop, Richmond, Three Beakers


Inside Hawkers Mercado at McArthurGlen Designer Outlet is Hugos Churros, Vancouver’s first churro stand. I came here with my Food Blogger buddies – Gastrofork and FoodQueen.

I love churros and it’s hard to find them in Vancouver. Hugos Churros is at this location until Monday, September 7, 2015 (Labour Day). They also pop up at random places in Vancouver, so check out their Facebook Page.



You will find Hugos located near the back corner. I find they have one of the larger line ups compared to some of the other booths.


We found they were constantly busy and you might have to wait a bit for your order as they can only fry so many churros and one time.


Look at those churros being bathed in it’s sugary cinnamon coating.


Churro Ice Cream Sandwich ($7.50) has 2 spiral churros with vanilla bean ice cream in the centre from Mario’s Gelati.


Churro ($3 each or 2 for $5) is a good snack and quite satisfying! It’s crisp of the outside and piping hot on the inside. Plus, it’s coated in all that cinnamon sugar. nom nom nom.


I love churros that I always pretend to cast spells with it. I haven’t had a churro since Disney Land last February.


You can eat it inside the market or outside while you do more shopping. Since it was a hot day, we didn’t want to be inside with all the other people inside.

We Rate Hugos Churros:

1000-7899 Templeton Station Road,


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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.

1 Comment

  1. Casa Lopez August 16, 2015 at 8:52 pm

    Two summers ago, at Richmond Night Market there was a stand selling churros. Being Spaniard I had to try them. Intrigued by the guy being Chinese I asked what was the story. A friend of his lived in Spain for a while, came back to China and taught him to make them and he decided to open the stand.
    They were pretty decent although we recommended to fry them a bit more for the required crunchiness.
    Funny how the recipe landed here traveling all the way via Chine.

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