It’s hungry work discovering our province’s past!

But don’t worry, the Royal BC Museum has you covered, as it rolls out its first ever Food Truck Festival! This summer-long event is sure to be a hit.

Starting with a half-festival May 1 and full slate of food trucks May 8, the Royal BC Museum’s back courtyard will be transformed into an international food fair, featuring some of the finest food trucks in Victoria.

Pick up some of your favourite grub from local food trucks including DeadBeetz, Pig BBQ Joint, A Streetcar Named New Orleans, Puerto Vallarta Amigos, The Love Perogy and Wild West BBQ Salmon, and stop by our Truffles Catering station for a local beer or wine. Then stay to enjoy the warm and welcoming eating area featuring recycled and reused furniture and décor.

May – October
Daily 11 am – 6 pm

Who’s Who

Deadbeetz Food Truck first rolled out onto the greater Victoria streets in 2013 and we haven’t looked back since!

Serving up imaginative twists on burgers and curries with fresh, from-scratch recipes and local island product. Our enthusiasm to serve up good vibes and freshness is evident every time we hand an order out the window to our valued customers. We are all about fun, vibrant street food that’s bound to make you smile!

Pig BBQ Joint proudly pulling pork for the people since 2007!!!

A Streetcar Named New Orleans is a New Orleans style food truck specializing in traditional favourites such as Gumbo, Red Beans & Rice, Po-boys, Jambalaya and Bread Pudding. Our Chef, Billy Rieger was born and raised in New Orleans and worked as a chef there for 15 years before moving to British Columbia. We pride ourselves on creating authentic New Orleans style food and serving it with true southern hospitality.

Puerto Vallarta Amigos Ltd is a family business that specializes in authentic Mexican food for locals and visitors, using old Espinoza family recipes, which have proven to be successful in the family’s restaurants in Acapulco, Morelia and Puerto Vallarta. Pioneers of the food truck industry in Victoria, PV Amigos have now three food trucks around the city and two fixed locations at Fisherman’s Wharf and Uptown Mall.

Our chef Angelina will help you to discover the flavour of all the ingredients, cooked to perfection so that you can enjoy a unique food experience. Creating delicious traditional Mexican food by using the highest quality ingredients and family recipes that have been passed down through the generations, preserving the originality and quality that brings and authentic taste of Mexico here in Victoria, BC. Our customer’s satisfaction is of the upmost importance to us, we are also pleased to present vegetarian and vegan options on our menu.

The Love Perogy, originally located in Colwood, has gained a strong following of foodies throughout Victoria. The Love Perogy offers a variety of popular homemade perogies, such as cheddar, onion & garlic, and jalapeno. The Love Perogy recently shut down the long running Victoria Burger Blog. In his words, ‘six years ago nobody knew where the hell to get a really great burger in Victoria. A search was necessary. I feel like the search is kinda over. Love Perogy is better than everything else in Victoria I’ve tried.’ The Love Perogy burgers are known for their unique fried cheese skirts, and are made with fresh daily lean ground beef.

Wild West BBQ Salmon burgers are made from high quality locally caught sockeye salmon. In addition to burgers we also offer a grilled sockeye salmon salad .We pride ourselves on the freshest ingredients and supporting local food purveyors.

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