Food trucks are becoming more and more popular, with new ones popping up all the time. Regularly located behind the Save-On-Foods Memorial Arena, Deadbeetz Food Truck offers a surprisngly wide variety of different foods to satisfy most tastes.
The Deadbeetz food truck also attends events throughout the city, so we decided to try them out when we saw them at Enchanted Halloween at Heritage Acres.
Deadbeetz offers two different beef burgers. One is the Mac Daddy Burger ($9), which is a two patty burger. Until recently, this was the only beef burger they offered. But apparently the feedback was that this was too big for some people, so they recently introduced the Mini-Mac Burger ($8).
As a side, I ordered Beet & Yam chips, which are an additional $3 with a sandwich, or $5 by themselves, and comes with chipotle mayo.
The burger took about 5 minutes to be prepared, and was served with a single beef patty, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, “goldenarches” sauce, and of course, pickled beets. The burger was loaded with taste, with the pickled beets adding a unique kick of flavour (in a good way). The single patty was more than enough, and I would only venture to try the Mac Daddy two patty burger if I was really starving.
The Beet & Yam chips were a delicious side, crispy and flavourful, especially when paired with the chipotle mayo.
The additional $3, making a total of $11 for this meal, seems a little steep for a food truck burger, but I was definitely not disappointed with the flavour and taste, and would have a Mini-Mac burger again.