They’re quick, they’re ready to go, and there are plenty of them in Victoria.
No, there are no parking meters.
They are food trucks!
And Victoria has a diverse selection of fantastic food truck options for all your tummy needs.
From brunch to lunch and anything that is crunchy, Victoria’s food trucks are privately owned and operated and are often cost effective.
Below we list some of our favorite food trucks around town, but if you feel like we’re missing something, send us a message and we’ll give it a try!
When school rings in for autumn, the food trucks go into hibernation; So, get your meals on wheels while you can!
Taco Justice is a welcome opponent of another popular taco food truck that will go unnamed. It’s great because it doesn’t move.
Located at 1580 Cook Street, we recommend the Belly 2 Belly Taco – a delicious, overflowing taco of epic proportions.
And if you have dietary restrictions, they’re gluten and vegan friendly too.
Songhees food truck
The Bannock breakfast sandwich is one of our favorite dishes from this Songhees-operated food truck at 1502 Admirals Road.
The menu, created by Chef David Roger, features fresh, locally sourced ingredients and authentic dishes that embody the Songhees nation.
Morning People Food Co.
This food truck in Cook Street Village takes a different take on the classic food truck: it serves brunch.
With hearty breakfast sandwiches or smashed or loaded hash with sweet acai smoothie bowls, this food truck offers exactly what its namesake suggests – food for morning people.
The great location means you can grab a delicious breakfast sandwich and leave it on Dallas Road.
Scour the Victoria metropolitan area for this mobile burger joint!
From a homemade quinoa patty to a beef patty with bourbon and bacon jam, Deadbeetz Burgers offers a wide variety of burgers made with homemade ingredients.
Oh, and they have ice cream sandwiches too.