Holy Perogy has only been open for a week, but it already has created a lot of buzz on the Vancouver street food scene. They’ve taken the traditional perogy to the next level by adding new gourmet flavours to try out. Their perogy menu includes Mexican, Italian and Greek influences. Try one of their creations with a side of their Ukrainian sausage for a very filling an satisfying meal.
VcB: What’s the name of your food cart?
VcB: What type of food do you offer and what does your cart offer the food cart community?
We offer six different types of perogies with flavored sour creams. We have changed the face of traditional perogies! Being the only perogy truck in Vancouver we add to the many varieties the food cart community has to offer.
VcB: Where are you typically located?
We are located at 700 Homer Street right in front of the Library
VcB: Someone has $15 to spend for lunch. What should they order?
Ooh, that’s a tough one… It would be either The Mexican or Italian with a side of sausage and an organic soda, and you would still have a couple bucks left over!
VcB: In the future what type of foods do you hope to offer?
We would like to have perogies of the week, gluten free and vegan, and seasonal fruit dessert perogies…..I’m always dreaming in perogy….
VcB: What’s your top 3 sellers?
Potato and Cheddar first, then a close tie between the Italian (mozza, parmesan, fresh tomato and garlic with peso sour cream) and Mexican (seasoned beef and potato perogy topped with fresh pico de gallo and mexican sour cream)
VcB: If your cart played music like the ice cream truck, what song would it be and why?
I have no idea why Hot Stuff by Donna Summer is ALWAYS in my head in the truck. I’m singing it all day long lol
VcB: If you could have any person lined up at your cart, who would it be and why?
My Dad, he passed away during the creative process of my truck and I know he would be very proud and exited about it all.