Check social media to track down Mr. Bannock, Vancouver’s first Indigenous food truck, which rolled on to the streets in January. Created by Squamish Nation chef, Paul Natrall, who says, “We take pride and joy in sharing fusion Indigenous cuisine, using traditional ingredients from the Squamish Nation such as juniper berries, smoked wild salmon and meats, and traditional methods such as clay baking and stone baking.” The striking art on the food truck is done by Heiltsuk artist KC Hall, representing the traditional foods: berries, and the three sisters of squash, corn, and beans; all ingredients for Paul’s Indigenous-fusion street food. Items from Mr. Bannock’s launch menu including award-winning Indian taco, a bannock calzone, and a waffle bannock.
Learn more about Mr. Bannock by visiting them online:Visit Website
Mr. Bannock433 West 1St Street
North Vancouver, British Columbia, V7M 1C1
778-839-6742 Visit Website
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