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10 Canadian Chip Trucks Worth Pulling Over For

Fries just taste better when you eat them at the side of the road.
By Izzy Docto
10 Canadian Chip Trucks Worth Pulling Over For

Whether you're setting off on a road trip or just looking to pick up lunch, one of these chip wagons is sure to hit the spot.

Shameless Buns, Vancouver

Illustration of a food truck, titled Shameless Buns, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand

Owners Matt and Corvette top crispy fries with Filipino classics, like chicken adobo and sinigang seasoning.

La Poutine, Edmonton

Illustration of a food truck, titled La Poutine, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand

This truck has driven off into the sunset, but La Poutine's Garneau shop continues to serve up highly inventive takes on its namesake.

Mr. Spudds Poutinerie, Regina

Illustration of food truck, Mr. Spuds Poutinerie, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand
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Satisfy your poutine craving with Mr. Spudds' creative riffs, like caramelized pineapple bacon and dry rib.

Goldies Fries, Winnipeg

Illustration of a food truck, Goldies, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand

An order of Goldies’ poutine paired with a side of homemade perogies sounds like pure bliss.

Jeannie’s Fries, Elgin, Ont.

Illustration of food truck Jeannie's fires, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand

Housed in an old Canada Post truck, Jeannie’s Fries delivers fries and poutine worth writing home about.

La Pataterie Chez Bob, Gatineau, Que.

Illustration of La Pataterie, food shack with a covered patio, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand
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This chip shack caters to fry lovers from Gatineau and Ottawa, plating up classic Quebec-style poutine.

Serious Smoke Food Truck, Saint John, N.B.

Illustration of a fire truck outfitted to be a food truck, the Serious Smoke Food Truck, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand

This old fire engine turned mobile smoker makes its decadent gravy from smoked pork and beef drippings.

Bud the Spud, Halifax

Illustration of a food truck, Bud the Spud, with potato and hot dog decals, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand
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Original owner Bud True named the truck, which started slinging fries in 1977, after a Stompin’ Tom Connors song.

Johnny & Mae’s, St. John’s, N.L.

A food truck outfitted from a trailer called Johnny & Mae's, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand

This truck serves OTT takes on loaded fries and burgers. Dorito-pimento cheeseburger, anyone?

Ken’s Island Fries, Charlottetown

Illustration of a food stand, with waving flag decorations atop, in a post about chip trucks Canada. Illustration, Chantal Bennett and Joel Kimmel of Every Chip Stand

The pizza fries at this P.E.I. institution are topped with marinara, pepperoni and three types of cheese.

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