Top 5 Vancouvetr food truck choices for vegetarians

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The following post was written by Olive Dutkowski.

There’s nothing more frustrating than waiting in a long line up when you’re starving only to be handed another mediocre attempt at vegetarian cuisine. After going through this experience more than once, I decided to go on a quest for all of you veggie-lovers out there who want to jump on the Vancouver food truck wagon, but don’t know where to start.

The Kaboom Box
The Vanburger and BC Poutine with Mushroom Gravy

This handmade veggie burger should be illegal for fear that it will be coated in gold and have people bowing at its feet. It’s locally made with mushrooms, oats, brown rice, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, nutritional yeast, onions, garlic and love. Don’t plan on sliding it in your pocket – the Vanburger is larger than life and definitely requires two hands.

And be sure to pop their poutine into your routine (I couldn’t resist). I had to triple check that this meaty gravy is indeed a veggie dish. It features crispy fries, real cheese curds and the best mushroom gravy Vancity has to offer.

Off the Wagon Tacos
Roasted Yam and Black Bean Tacos

If this wagon is rockin’, you should definitely come knockin’! This trio of veggie taco deliciousness is made with home-roasted yams and delicious black beans, and these tasty ingredients are only the beginning. Toppings include homemade roasted tomato salsa, avocado sauce, onion and fresh cilantro. Each taco includes two soft corn tortillas, which not only offer authentic Mexican flavour, but they’re also gluten-free!

The Juice Truck
Anything and Everything!

I was going to leave it at that, because it’s true. The Juice Truck is your very best, nutrient-rich friend. This cold pressed juice mecca on wheels serves up the healthiest, mind-blowing concoctions. Try the Carrot Apple for a sweet pick-me up, or the Almost Chocolate for when that afternoon chocolate craving hits. Feeling a little under the weather? Snag a Wellness Shot or the Cantaloupe to knock that cold right back to Ontario. Their newest menu addition is fresh and addictive homemade soup and Beta 5’s Hot Chocolate on a Stick. I can’t wait to see what these juicing geniuses come up with next!

Mom’s Grilled Cheese
Custom Vegan Grilled Cheese Sandwich

This is comfort food at its finest. It all starts with Cindy, the cheddar-slinging chiquita and mastermind behind the amazing sandwiches at this Swiss palace on wheels. Choose from a variety of freshly baked artisan breads, topped with melted, mouthwatering Daiya cheese and a pile of add-ons (think chopped onion, sliced tomato and sliced pickles). If you don’t want to create your own (and you’re not a vegan), don’t fret, the Jackson 3 (three pieces of sourdough surrounded by melted, brie, boursin and gruyere) will fill your belly and probably put you into a cheese coma for most of the afternoon. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a shot of Mom’s Roasted Tomato Soup (skip basil mascarpone to keep it vegan). This gourmet grilled cheese truck is sure to be a staple in Vancity’s food scene for years to come!

Mangal Kiss
Salatim Veggie Wrap

Mangal Kiss is Middle Eastern BBQ at its best. Just try to resist Mangal’s traditionally twisted Salatim (translation: an edible sleeping bag full of your favorite veggies and the best sauces your mouth has ever tasted). Hummus, tahini, pickles, onion, purple cabbage, beets, pickled turnips, tomatoes, cucumbers, spicy Moroccan carrots, radish and tabbouleh topped with your choice of spicy sauce, all wrapped up in a warm piece of traditional Iranian flat bread. Adding a side of their homemade, perfectly spiced soup of the day makes this meal Vancouver’s most flavourful veggie combo under $10. When summer hits, expect Mangal’s refreshing Limonana (Israeli mint lemonade) to be in everyone’s hands, stuffed with freshly squeezed lemon juice, ground sprigs of mint, and sugar cane.

Olive Dutkowski is the Community Manager at ethicalDeal. She is passionate about living a more eco-conscious life and sharing tips on how you can do it, too!

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Great list, im excited to try Kaboom Box, Mangal Kiss, and the Juice Truck

I am astonished to see however that you left Loving Hut Express The Vegan Food Cart off your list! It has, hands down, the BEST veggie burger and Reuben i have ever had.

Roaming Dragon also has some GREAT veggie menu items:
– Korean BFast Burrito (@Farmers Market)
– Soba Noodle Salad
– Sweet Chile, Shiitake & Tofu Taco

Other veg items appear from time to time (ex: Fried Brussel Sprout Salad).

Hope to see you soon!

Wow, what a fantastic article! Great job Olive. Cant wait to check out some of these food trucks! This must be a newish thing for Vancouver. There werent any food trucks around back when I was living there.

Looking forward to that Grilled Cheese sandwich!

what a mouth watering post! So i definitely need to add Vancouver to my travel list for this year, that grilled cheese truck is alone worth visiting for, Yummy!

what?? what about Loving Hut Express cart at Roundhouse Station? All vegan delicious burgers and sammiches (the best is the chickn burger), onion rings and other treats!

Oli your food truck choices make me smile. I wish I was at Off the Wagon Right now eating gluten free veg tacos :)

The blue Tacofino Cantina truck has the most amazing and massive vegan burrito. One of the best vegan burritos Ive ever had, in fact, and thats including Budgies does some pretty fantastic burritos themselves (though they dont have a food cartyet).

I think its great that you have so many vegan choices. I have started substituting meats with soybeans, and other beans, tofu, quinoa, chickpeas and nuts. Im not completely vegan, but I have changed my diet drastically since visiting your amazing site.

Thanks for being such an awesome blogger, Jen!! Hope you are having a wonderful weekend :)

No Loving Hut? How could anyone with a sense of Vancouver Veggie Food Trucks miss this? Fail.