The smells of delicious foods at Regina’s Centennial Market attracted foodies, families and food truck fans from across the city on Sunday afternoon.
It marked the return of the Regina Food Truck Wars, where over 12 food trucks were parked and cooked mouthwatering dishes for attendees.
Vendors also participated in the event to provide shopping options for visitors.
“It was a beautiful day. It was a good time, good turnout and lots of good food,” said one person at the event, who ended up trying food from The Bannock House truck.
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A few judges were on-site to evaluate a number of dishes based on taste and appearance. People also had the opportunity to vote for their favourite food trucks.
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The Cone Artist won in 2019 as the judges choice, however, the people’s top three choices were Prairie Smoke and Spice BBQ, Beaver Tails and The Bannock House.
“There were lots of different options. Summer’s coming to an end and we’re just trying to enjoy a great day in Regina,” mentioned another Food Truck Wars attendee.
Regina’s Food Truck Wars have been an annual event since 2018, however, the event was cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The last time the event was hosted, which was in 2019, there were over 10,000 people who attended.
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