Our Community-Oriented Business reflects the Ubuntu philosophy, “I am what I am because of who we all are." Our humanity is inextricably caught up with each other because the essence of being human is through other people.

We make delicious meals and barbecues that nourish and keep our customers happy.

We perceive food as a sharing, health, joy, life, art and socialism before business. Yummy Truck shares the grace with our fellow Canadians (homeless persons) without shelter due to extenuating circumstances beyond their control. Our aim is to contribute to combating hunger and to build relationships and trust with the people we serve.  

It is an art we learned from parents, community, training and experience acquired through working in the hospitality industry. We cater for 10 to 100 persons. We deliver to offices, homes and events with Freshly nutritious and delicious menus from East African, Mediterranean and Asian diets. Currently, we serve Shawarma, Various BBQS, Tamiya (Falafel), Savory and Sweet Crepes and soft drinks.
The owners of Yummy Truck, William & Mary are lucky to have lived in many countries where they have been inspired and learned to prepare authentic flavours from those countries in the period of 26 years.

Sharing meals with underserved populations: We take part in a community mission to maintain and promote inclusive and caring communities by sharing meals with our underserved populations. This gives us an opportunity to share each person’s story.  With this mission, we are watering our spiritual transformation to higher conscience.

Our volunteers: We appreciate our volunteers for their generosity, compassion, passion, dedication and time to support our mission to give back to the community

Your kindness and support matter: But Yummy Food Truck can’t do it without support from the community. We are fortunate to partner with the First Metropolitan Church to tackle this humanitarian crisis. The Church offers us the location and distributes free coupons to our brothers and sisters through organizations that serve the Canadians in need of our service.  

You can support us by becoming a monthly donor, hosting a fundraiser through GoFundMe or by word of mouth to your circles. Also, you can order or direct people to order their personal meals, connect us with event organizers to cater meetings/conferences or birthday parties. This will lessen the financial burden on us. Call or email us if you are interested in volunteering.

Visit us at

  1. 930 Balmoral Road Victoria: Opening hours: 12:00 to 2:00 P.M every scheduled Saturday

  2.  www.yummytruck.info or 250-818-6226 wgoldiet22@gmail.com

  3. 675 Belleville Street (Royal BC Museum). Opening hours: 12:00 to 3:00 P.M daily

  4. 2899 Sooke Lake Road Langford: Opening hour: 12:00 to 7:00 PM daily