Just like travelers, Prince George’s food trucks are out chasing the best of the local scene and hotspots across the city. If you’re wanting to grab some eats from these mobile food vendors, this blog will help you chase them down.
If you’re looking for meats, Smokey J’s can’t be missed. From low and slow brisket, glossy BBQ ribs and chicken burgers, Smokey J’s is always mixing up their menu. Check their social for the weekly feature.
Glazed Currently on Hiatus!
You’ll want to meet Stacey, the beautiful 1980’s meal on wheels that’s bringing you some of the freshest doughnuts in Prince George. Glazed is run by the same owners of the infamous Bear Paw Cafe (sadly now closed) in Wells, BC these entrepreneurs are now moving into the Prince George territory to share their love of sweets and fresh bites.
Meet The White Goose’s little sibling. Out of the kitchen and on the road, these chefs are mixing up those classic festival bites and crowd favourites like burgers, deep-fried pickles and their own take on poutine.
Sissy’s Sizzling Grill Food Truck
This Ma and Pa food truck is all about quality homestyle meals. A local favourite is the taco cone, sliders, and special meatball subs but the menu is vast and growing! Hours may change so keep an eye on their Facebook page.
Kusina Tasty Food
Treat your tastebuds with the worldly flavours of Flillipino food from Kusina Tasty Food. The menu has some non-traditional options alongside the traditional options so there is something for everyone. Keep an eye on their Facebook page to check out locations and menu items.
Piperz Snack Shack
Piperz Snack Shack has a menu full of options from mozza sticks to burgers. A fan favourite is the zucchini sticks and the halibut fish and chips but the menu is frequently changing to try new grub options.
Frozen Paddle is serving up tasty scoops of craft ice cream. A fan favourite is their salted pecan caramel and their classic vanilla bean ice cream. Motivated by the influx of craft breweries, Co-founders Wes Pederson and Kevin Pederson founded a craft creamery known as Frozen Paddle.
Baller Food may still be waiting on the truck, but keep an eye out for their tent! With delicious food shaped into balls, be sure to come hungry. We’ve heard their meat balls are a must.
Honourable Mention The Open Door Cafe
This cafe moves on motorized wheels, so we think it counts! New to Prince George, these guys are whipping up deluxe pour-over coffees and BC-made iced teas and classic cafe sweets all summer long.