11 Kingston food trucks you have to park yourself at this summer

By Visit Kingston

Searching for one-of-a-kind dishes, served by unique mobile eateries? Read on to discover 11 trucks, carts, and trailers that serve up seriously delicious street eats in Kingston. 

Legend: 🌾 (gluten-free options), 🌱 (vegan options), 🍄 (vegetarian options) 


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BBQ Babes 🌾🌱🍄 

Canadian Tire, 1040 Division Street  

This mother-daughter duo transitioned from traveling festival to festival across Ontario to being one of Kingston’s most beloved stationary food trucks. Their food truck was voted Kingston’s Best BBQ of 2020, 2021, and 2022. If you try their burgers, brisket, poutine, or corn dogs, your tastebuds will know why. 

View menu | Open: daily (11 am – 6 pm)  

Soup Chef Food Truck 🌾🌱🍄 

Fairfield Park, 4574 Loyalist Parkway  

If you’re looking for a meal with a great view, look no farther than this lakeside food truck. Located in Fairfield Park (Amherstview), you can enjoy a bowl of minestrone as you gaze out at Lake Ontario. Soup Chef might have your old-time favourites, or something new to try like cheeseburger mac or watermelon gazpacho. They also have frozen soup available to purchase, so you can take the deliciousness home.  

Open: Sun – Mon (11 am – 6 pm), Wed (11 am – 6 pm), Thu – Sat (11 am – 7 pm)  

The Great Canadian Country Cabin Chip Truck 🍄 

Collins Bay Flea Market parking lot, 666 Collins Bay Road  

Is it possible to create a list of food trucks without including a fry truck? While technically not a food truck, this small stand is ready to fulfil your craving for hand-cut chips. You can also order traditional fare such as hotdogs, burgers, and even hand-dipped corn dogs. Powered by a food-loving family, this is a stop you don’t want to miss. 

Open: Tue (4 – 7 pm), Wed – Sat (11 am – 7 pm), Sun (11 am – 6 pm)  

The Churro Guy at the Memorial Centre Farmers' Market
The Churro Guy at the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market / Credit: Garrett Elliott

The Churro Guy 🍄 

Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market, 303 York Street 

If you needed another reason to take a trip to the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market, The Churro Guy should be it. Their small but mighty selection includes Cape Breton oatcakes, sweet potato burger buns, and fresh churros. The Churro Guy uses pasteurized, whole goat milk and farm-fresh eggs in their products.  

View menu | Open: Sun (9 am – 2 pm)  

B’s Bike Bites

B’s Bike Bites 🌾🌱🍄 

While not technically a food truck, you’ll want to keep an eye out for this travelling food cart. B’s Bike Bites has a live tracker so that you can follow along with B’s route and listen for the telltale bells that mean some refreshing snacks are on their way to you. Bailey DiGenova (B) rides a cart similar to an old-fashioned Dickie Dee, delivering ice cream and beverages. B, who has Autism and is non-verbal, developed the business with his parents in summer 2020. 

Open: check B’s Facebook for his hours and location  

Muller’s Kitchen Food Truck 🍄 

Gord Edgar Downie Pier at Breakwater Park (Summer) & Bader Lane (Fall)  

Voted Kingston’s best poutine, sandwich, and food truck, this food truck brings you both barbecue staples and unique features. They’ve managed to make hotdogs, burgers, sandwiches, and poutines even yummier with distinct pairings – house Habanero barbecued pulled pork between a fresh blueberry fritter, anyone? You’re sure to find something creative and delicious here, topped with their signature blue salt. 

Open: Wed – Thu (noon – 6 pm), Fri – Sat (noon – 6:30 pm)   

Otter Creek Kitchen Food Truck 🌾🌱🍄 

Various locations 

Keep an eye out at pop-ups, events, and festivals this summer for Otter Creek Kitchen Food Truck. You can grab all your food truck favourites at Otter Creek Kitchen, their brick-and-mortar location at 2792 Princess Street. The food truck and Princess Street location serves their original Otter Creek Wagyu Burger along with vegan and vegetarian options, fries, salads, and even a Buddha Bowl packed with seasonal vegetables.  

View menu | Check their Instagram and Facebook for weekly hours and locations  


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Lotzah! 🌾🍄 

675 Development Drive  

This gourmet food truck has an eclectic mix of offerings that is sure to please a variety of foodies. You’ll find all the food truck staples here like freshly cut fries and burgers – plus lighter options like salads. Dive into some chicken tikka poutine or a pulled pork sandwich.  

View menu | Open: Tue – Fri (11 am – 8 pm), Sat (noon – 8 pm), Sun (noon – 5 pm)  


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FryWay 🍄 

21 Stuart Street & Mobile Truck  

FryWay boasts a commitment to offering chip truck cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients, procured from southern Ontario and Quebec farmers. You can find FryWay at their fixed location on Stuart Street and at various Kingston spots via their roaming food truck. Delight in their timeless food truck selections such as poutine, burgers, and hot dogs or try something new like taco fries or a jalapeno cheddar sausage.  

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21 Stuart St open: Mon – Thu (10:30 am – 7 pm), Fri (10:30 am – 9 pm), Sat (11 am – 9 pm), Sun (11 am – 6 pm)  

Mobile Truck open: Mon @ CFB Kingston (10:30 am – 3:30 pm), Tue – Fri @ Union & Division (10:30 am – 3:30 pm)  

Bustini’s Chip Truck 🍄 

682 Fortune Crescent  

Bustini’s Chip Truck presents a selection of gourmet poutines, burgers, pizza, and seafood – you’ll have trouble choosing between all the different variations. Indulge in the signature Bustini burger, topped with chipotle, onion rings, Monterey jack cheese, or the Firecracker poutine, covered in crispy chicken bites, green onions, and creamy dill sauce.  

View menu | Open: daily (11 am – 7 pm)  


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Q-Bite 🍄 

28 Bath Road  

Kingston’s newest food truck, Q-Bite, serves up mouthwatering Indian-fusion cuisine that blends traditional Indian flavours with chip truck fare. They’ve got creative sandwiches, such as the butter chicken melt and curry chicken sandwich, as well as street food, including fried vegetarian momos, samosas, and masala fries. All their dishes are halal.  

View menu | Open: Tue – Sun (11 am – 9 pm)  


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