The food truck scene in Vancouver continues to thrive. Both the casual innovative quality food served from them and the disincentive of high real estate prices to start up a restaurant has contributed to their success. To show this phenomenon to advantage the chefstablesociety.com came up with the idea last year of having top restaurant chefs hop aboard local food trucks for an evening to jointly cook up some dishes. This was blogged on September 19, 2016 accessed here. The second Chef Meets Truck in partnership with Yaletown BIA and supporting sponsors was held on September 12, 2017 on a clear sunny evening from 6-9 pm on a closed off area of 900 Hamilton Street at Nelson Street with 8 trucks plus 8 guest chefs. The Menu is attached showing these unique dishes they presented with excellent BC Okanagan wines from @CedarCreekWine & driven by thirst craft beer with character from @Parallel49Beer. Part of the proceeds from the event is donated to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. Which dish would you most liked to have tried?
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