Montreal has a really strange law that basically says "no street meat." So no sausage stands, no chip trucks, and no taco stands. Nothing that involves cooking in a place other than a kitchen. For a place known for great food, it is definitely a food downfall and with the food truck craze sweeping North America, we're definitely missing out. Lately though, businesses have been getting around the rule by cooking in a kitchen and serving the food in a portable truck. Grumman Tacos is actually based pretty close to home and it was nice to see them set up in the hood this weekend. We got to try the "Thanksgiving" tacos and meatball tacos. I definitely preferred the Thanksgiving over the meatball.
|Grumman 78 Tacos|
|Are they hugging? Are they fighting? We just don't know|
|Do they know someone has to pay to cover that up?|
And finally, because no long weekend is complete without a little refreshment:
So there you go- a little walk around my neighbourhood. I hope you enjoyed it!
Do you eat from food trucks? Does your city allow "street meat?"