Continuing the series –What is your favourite street food? -Part 2


Street food in Canada

There are many street foods available in Canada, here are some of the most popular:


Food Poutine Closeup

This is probably the most popular Canadian street food. It is available in most large cities across the entire country. There are countless varieties, but the most popular version simply consists of french fries, cheese, and gravy.

Beaver Tails

Beaver trails, street food in Canada

Three BeaverTails pastry flavours
Image credit- BeaverTails


This street food can be found in some areas, but it’s not quite as prevalent as some of the others.

Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich

La Belle Patate - Montreal Smoked Meat Sandwich, street food Canada

La belle patate-Montreal Smoked meat sandwich
Image credit- Calgary Reviews


This dish is especially popular in Montreal, Quebec, where it originated.

Nanaimo bars


Nanaimo Bars - flash, street food Canada

Nanaimo Bars – flash Image credit- Sherri Terris

Foreign/Fusion cuisine

 Canada is a country built on immigration. Because of this, there are countless individuals from foreign countries, and many have brought their cultural heritage with them. In some cases, a particular restaurant or street food place will merge into different cuisines together, producing an entirely new and unique dish. In the largest Canadian cities, you can find food from virtually every corner of the world, and several items which have been produced by merging two or more cuisines and preparation styles together.

Tim Horton’s
Tim Horton's Ice Cap, street food in Canada

So good. Especially in 30+ weather. Tim Horton’s Ice Cap | by SteFou!


Tim Horton’s is a coffee shop which also sells baked goods like doughnuts, sandwiches, and tidbits one of their most popular foods. Tim Horton’s can be found in almost every Canadian city or town, and there are thousands of locations in the country. It is by far the most popular Canadian fast food place and is arguably an integral part of Canada itself.


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