Fresh Local Wild

Fresh Local Wild is one of the many new Vancouver food carts that have popped up. Their focus is on local sustainable fresh food. I like the concept of fresh local food but you pay a higher price for it. Many of the items on the menu are quite expensive and some of them are almost the same price that you would pay at a table service restaurant.

When I got there I decided on the Albacore Tuna Melt ($8.50). I really liked that they used fresh real tuna, it was really good. I have never had a tuna melt that wasn’t made with the gross canned kind and this opened my eyes to what tuna in a tuna melt should taste like. I also liked the white cheddar that they used because white cheddar is one of my favorite cheeses for melts. I was disappointed with the bread they used. I thought it was bland and the outside edges were burnt and too crispy and it just made the whole sandwich too dry. The sandwich also wasn’t very big. I was still hungry after I ate it and the sides were expensive.

I was a little disappointed with the other menu selections. I just felt they were a bit boring or overpriced. The tuna was good but the sandwich as a whole wasn’t as good as I had hoped. This is definitely not my favorite food cart in town and for the price I pay here I would rather go enjoy a table service meal.

Recommendation:

No, unless you like to pay $8.50 for a food cart meal and still be hungry

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Categories: $$ ($10-$15), Downtown, Food Cart, Sandwiches, Vancouver

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