The Fraser Valley Food Truck Festival is on now in downtown Mission.

Food truck festival on now in downtown Mission

A huge crowd of food fanatics have come to the downtown core to try something new.

Mission’s First Avenue is buzzing with activity this afternoon.

20 food trucks are lined up serving the latest mouth-watering dishes.

The Fraser Valley Food Truck Festival is on now ( April 18) and the event is sponsored by the Mission Downtown Business Association.

From classic comfort foods, like mini donuts, ice cream, and burgers to international cuisines, like Korean grilled treats, donairs and perogies, there will be something for everyone. Other popular trucks include the Bannock Wagon, Poomba’s Smoke House, and Slavic Rolls. A complete list of trucks coming is available on the MDBA Facebook page.

Come on down and tempt your tastebuds.

 

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