Top 5 New Food Trucks

Hit up one of these rolling restaurants for a simple, summery meal.

If a craving for burgers and fries hits, look no further than this truck.


Now that it's peak summertime, the food trucks are all out in full force. Here are five great new ones worth trying out.

Bandit Burger

The creative burgers from this truck like the Beef Bandit made with hand-ground brisket and chuck might be the main event for most food truck fans, but don't overlook the parmesan and herb fries. Crispy, cheesy, herb-y goodness., @banditburger

Bun Boys

Choose between lemongrass chicken, barbecue pork or beef sate from this truck's Vietnamese sandwiches (it's got noodle bowls and salad rolls too). Whatever you choose, wash it all down with a Vietnamese-style iced coffee, or, if you want to get a little crazy, order it blended. Consider it an Iced Capp's cooler cousin., @bunboysyyc

Mediterranean Diet

Giving the popular Vasili's a run for its money, Diet is dishing out a nice variety of Mediterranean fare including donair, kebabs, wraps and tabbouleh salad, to name a few tasty things., @mdfoodtr

Savino Pizzeria

Savino started running in late 2014, just before our coldweather hit, so I still consider this mobile eatery one of the newbies on the block. Track down this truck to enjoy some Neapolitan pizzas, caperese salad, paninis and more., @savinopizzeria

Tea Wagon

Give me a well-made London Fog and I'm always a happy camper. This wagon is a welcome addition to the Calgary street food pack, offering a long list of tea blends and tea lattes (all served hot or cold)., @yycteawagon

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