8 food trucks to try at JACKALOPE MONTREAL 2022

August 1, 2022 / By admin

Are you the type of person who looks at the restaurant’s menu before you eat?

We’ve put together a list of the food trucks you’ll find at the Montreal 2022 Festival to get your mouth watering between now and August 19-21. There is something for everyone, hangover, sweet tooth, big thirst, sweet and sour, vegan, name it. Here they are!


For your end-of-day sugar craving, you can treat yourself to a real classic from your childhood. Homemade Canadian pastries just the way we like them.


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2.Le Gras Dur

Le Gras Dur food truck is real good food, entirely homemade in the kitchen, “like in the old days”.

3.Lemon Heaven

On a sunny day, a lemonade is always welcome. Plus, Lemon Heaven lemons are freshly squeezed in front of you. You can’t get much fresher than that.

4.Tomio Sushi
A Japan-Thai-Viet fusion food truck? Say no more. Healthy restaurant meals, live from the Olympic Park.

5.Mi Corazon

Tacos, poutines, burritos, it’s like Quebec meets Mexico in a food truck. The best part is that it’s 100% vegan. AND they have a hot sauce bar!


We all know, August is hot. OLAOLA offers healthy, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free alternatives made with fruits and vegetables saved from food waste to cool you down in hot weather. Small cold desserts that won’t make you feel guilty, what more could you want? They also offer as soon as possible, its products packaged in compostable bags but also in zero waste version.

7. La boîte à Homard

The boîte à Homard is a food truck sister of the well known Déso Burger food truck. This time, it offers you a menu of the sea, composed of the most beautiful oceanic tapas. Sticks, tartars, shrimps, lobster… In short, the kind of meal that makes you want to go south.

8.Ô Soeurs du Lac

The Food Truck Ô Soeurs du Lac serves Lac St-Jean cuisine, prepared with Lac St-Jean ingredients such as fish and local cheeses. Good fresh food from Lac St-Jean on your plate.