Vancouver Food Cart Fest 2014: Last Day Today

Diana Chan August 31, 2014 British Columbia, Event, Food Carts


Vancouver Food Cart Fest gathers about 20 of the top food carts in Vancouver. It happens every Sunday near the Olympic Village till August 31st. If you haven’t made it down there yet, it’s their last weekend! It runs from 12pm till 5pm. Entrance is free to Vancity and Car2go members, this year it is also free with a non-perishable food donation to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. Or else, you have to pay $2 for the entrance fee.


Some of the participating food carts include:

  • Blue Smoke BBQ
  • Aussie Pie Guy
  • Chili Tank
  • Didi’s Greek
  • Dougie Dog
  • Festro the Rolling Bistro
  • Finest at Sea
  • Guanaco Salvadoran Cuisine
  • Holy Perogy
  • JJ’s Trucketeria
  • The Juice Truck
  • The Kaboom Box
  • Le Tigre
  • Mogu Japanese Street Eats
  • Mom’s Grilled Cheese Truck
  • PazzaRella
  • Roaming Dragon
  • Soho Road
  • Street Meet
  • Tacofino
  • Taser Grilled Cheese
  • The Reef Runner
  • Vij’s Railway Express
  • Yolks

Not all of them are there at the same time, but you can always check with the Vancouver Street Food App to see who’s there.


Le Tigre is there and they serve up modern Chinese food. They always serve up some pretty amazing food, so I just had to stop by to have some.

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BBQ Pulled Pork Steamed Bun has BBQ sauce, leaf lettuce, cabbage slaw, and fresh herbs.


Crack Salad has cauliflower, brussel sprouts, lemon juice, cracked chili, capers and parmesan. It reminds me of the brussel sprouts from The Flying Pig. This was a tad oily, but it was really good and addictive.

Le Tigre Cuisine Mobile Food Truck on Urbanspoon


Johnny Pops was there and they are one of the most popular little carts there. They have delicious artisan popsicles. Most of the fruits and ingredients are locally sourced and made in Vancouver .


Mixed Berries and Mint Popsicle was absolutely fantastic. Great for the hot summer weather and packed full of flavour.

Johnny's Pops on Urbanspoon


Some food carts definitely have long lines and with the hot summer weather, it can be a bit of a pain. Since the Food Cart Fest is open till 5pm, try avoiding the busy times around noon. I came here around 2pm and the lines were quite manageable.


There are white tents in the centre to eat your food in the shade. On hot busy days, everyone wants be be under there. You may need to stalk people for tables.



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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