Toronto boasts one of the most diverse food cultures in the world. Every night, the city comes alive as hundreds of restaurants, bistros, pubs and diners open for hungry patrons. Now, the city's appetite has been further rejuvenated with a veritable food-cart revolution, led by a diverse fleet of mobile gourmet-food options. With carts, trucks and wagons offering the traditional (barbecue, seafood and tacos) and the not-so traditional (British, Cuban and Greek fare), the streets of the Big Smoke are full of flavour. Written in an A-Z format for easy reference, this is the comprehensive guidebook to the best-known and most delicious street food in Toronto. StreetEats Toronto shares the stories of 40 of the city's best food carts, and features: profiles of the vendors behind each cart food-cart menus profiles of local street food players social media information for finding your favourite trucks details about local food festivals Written by celebrated Toronto-based food writer, Suresh Doss, this easy-to-use guidebook has all of the lip-smacking information you need for choosing and enjoying the best eats from the hottest, wildest and tastiest food carts in Toronto. The StreetEats series of books explores the street food phenomena happening in major cities across North America. Drawing on the expertise of local food writers, these books bring to life the food culture, character and flavour of their individual cities.