until November 3rd.
So far everything was delicious, and overall the prices were okay.
Of course I take pictures whenever I indulge...
First what I ate from Le Tuktuk (Thai inspired food truck)
and totally additive. The red sauce is a sweet chili sauce, sweet,
sticky and a little spice. I will be back!
This is a green papaya salad. Very refreshing and spicy!
I wasn't crazy about the raw green beans...
Montreal being one of the world's bagel capital,
it seemed fitting to have a bagel truck.
St-Viateur Bagels makes (in my humble opinion) the best bagels in town.
I had the cream cheese bagel and was disappointed.
The bagel is not toasted on the inside (where it counts), but you can buy
a dozen bagel and bring them home and toast them however you want.
food truck. It was delicious and the corn salad made with fresh corn
,scrumptious. The down side? It was $8 and was still hungry after....
Of course I kept dessert for last...
I hadn't plan on stopping.
I was out on my midday walk and was
assaulted by the need for sweets
These certainly hit the spot!
Turnovers filled with cherries, dark chocolate and
2 for $4!
The gals at the office are jealous and want some;
but Lucky's Truck is pretty elusive!
On my food truck bucket list there is The Super Truck.
Maybe next week, who knows?
Sleep tight faithful readers :)