Check out Metro Vancouver's first Indigenous food truck

Jun 8 2018, 10:10 pm

One of Metro Vancouver’s newest food trucks has already made a name for itself through its unique flavours and an innovative take on bannock, a staple of First Nations food.

Mr. Bannock, which celebrated its full-scale launch in January 2018, is the city’s first Indigenous food truck and a very welcome addition to Metro Vancouver’s moving restaurants.

Paul Natrall, the Head Chef and Owner, mixed traditional flavours and cooking methods with some of today’s hottest food trends.

Time-honoured ingredients like juniper berries, wild meat, and wild smoked salmon, as well as traditional cooking methods like clay and stone baking, give new life to Natrall’s dishes.

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Popular menu items on his roaming food truck include waffle bannock: juniper berry dry-rubbed chicken, between two bannock waffles, apple slaw, and hot sauce; and Indian tacos: house-made chilli, cheddar, lime sour cream, and salsa on top of fry bannock.

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The menu also features classics like beef burgers and BBQ salmon burgers, using wild-caught beef and fish.

According to Natrall, a lot of his skills in the kitchen come from growing up on Squamish Nation territory as a child and watching his grandmothers cook.

See where the Mr. Bannock Food Truck will be next on the Street Food App.

Mr. Bannock Food Truck 

Phone: 778-839-6742

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