4.5 Stars – Overall Experience
4.5 Stars – Price
3.5 Stars – Service
4.5 Stars – Enjoyment of Food
4.5 Stars – Atmosphere
Wickedly Sinful Food Truck stopped by the Sugar Beach Sugar Shack Festival totting a unique twist on a Quebec and Canadian favourite…POUTINE! It was a perfect spot for their Maple Syrup and Quebec inspired offerings and kept me warm and satisfied on a cool day. Unfortunately no place to really sit down and eat, but it was served in containers that allowed you to easily eat standing up.
Unfortunately there was only 3 food trucks at this event, which meant long lines due to limited options. And of course Wickedly Sinful ended up with the longest line of them all. It was quite a long wait and it seemed to be going very slowly. The person also miscalculated the cost of our meal not giving us the right change, but it was rectified quickly. We also received our dessert order first and then our main meal 5 mins later. Not great on service, but you kind of expect that when dealing with a food truck at a festival. Its busy and chaotic so cut them some slack 😀
There were 4 different types of poutine to chose from, including a dessert style one and all were well suited for the event we were at. My husband and I split the Wicked Poutine and the Smokey Maple Butter Fries. I was thrilled that they made the gravy vegetarian friendly as I often can’t have poutine since it is typically made with beef based gravy! The Wicked Poutine was very good. Fries were delicious, yummy cheese curds, could have used more of the amazing gravy, overall well done. Now the Smokey Maple Butter Fries…that was a whole other level of delicious. It was sweet and savoury and covered in the sticky Canadian goodness. I will 100% try and replicate this idea as I can see it being a big crowd pleaser! Seriously, how has no one done this before combining maple syrup, butter and fries all into one delectable bite.
50% of the items on the menu I can eat, so in my books that is pretty vegetarian friendly. They consciously chose to use a vegetarian friendly gravy to reach out to more customers, which I am very appreciative of. So I would definitely recommend this truck to a fellow vegetarian.
For the 2 items that I tried it totaled $13, which I found to be pretty decent. They weren’t massive portions, but more than enough food for the 2 of us. I would call them reasonable on price for sure.
If I am lucky enough to see this food truck again, I will 100% grab a bite from them. It was creative, vegetarian friendly, delicious and reasonably priced.
Date: Sunday March 13th, 2016
- Wicked Poutine
- Smokey Maple Butter Fries
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They travel around Ontario so this amazing food is accessible to more than just the Toronto crowd!