Vegetarian eats from Victoria Food Trucks

By on July 16, 2015

Victoria food trucksVegetarian offerings at Victoria food trucks can sometimes be hard to come by, with meat-centric options like burgers and hot dogs often dominating menus. These trucks give plant-based eaters the opportunity to get in on the food trucks craze without feeling guilty about cheating on their diet.

Here are five food trucks serving up vegetarian eats in Victoria.

FreshCoast serves up curb-side meals for more the more health-conscious diners. Their menu is filled with freshly made smoothies, wraps, and salads. A huge plus, there are a few vegan menu options for those with more dietary restrictions.

Pizzeria Prima Strada
Pizzeria Prima Strada brings wood-fired goodness to the streets of Victoria. Their menu, though not strictly plant-based, offers old stand-bys, like Margherita pizza, fit for vegetarian eaters.

Grilled to the Mac
If pizza isn’t enough to kill your cheese craving, head to Grilled to the Mac. This truck serves up vegetarian-friendly comfort foods like grilled cheese stuffed with mac and cheese. Vegans beware, you won’t find daiya options at this mobile eatery.

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, Wannawafel serves up decadent Belgian crepes on-the-go. Add your favourite toppings like fruit compote, whipped cream or belgian chocolate sauce to give it some extra oomph.

Mexi Pops
Mexi Pops is where to go if the weather gets too hot to handle. If you don’t have the luxury of jumping in a pool, do the next best thing and grab a frozen dessert. The truck specializes in icy treats like yogurt pops, fruit pops and mango on a stick.

What truck did I miss? Add your favourite food truck vegetarian eats to the comments.

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