The pulled pork sandwich is something I would dream about. I dream about sandwich. So sweet and porky. So in conclusion, good.
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Unfortunately, I never quite made it to the Food Truck version of Re-Up. However, they now have a set up in the New Westminster Quay with an common area with tables and chairs for enjoying your fabulous order from Re-Up. My sister had the pulled...More
Everything made from scratch in their kitchen at the New Westminster quay market. Great quality meat and sides that are sourced locally from top quality, natural producers. They make home made cola and sweet tea that are awesome. Beef brisket and pork are incredibly tender,...More
Went for lunch at the New Westminster Quay location. One order of pulled pork sandwich and one beef brisket sandwich with a side of coleslaw. Warned it would take 10 minutes to prepare and it did take the full 10. So, freshly made they were....More
I have been to the New Westminster Quay location and tried their platter. I normally am pretty easy to please with bar-b-q but didn't find the plate of mixed bar-b-q as good as I had hoped. I think the quality and preparation is good. The...More
The smell drew our family of 5 in, the taste will forever be bringing us back!! Tasty down home BBQ cooking.
The Re-Up BBQ is a food truck located on the public grounds of the Vancouver Art Gallery. The food truck has successfully made its return after being away due to the occupation of the public grounds of the Art Gallery due to the "Occupy Vancouver"...More
My foodie friends and I have been talking all winter about the beginning of food cart season and in particular, the return of The Re-Up BBQ food cart. The meat is so tender, the sauce is so tasty and the southern ice tea so refreshing...More
This little foodcart near the BC Art Museum is an awesome find for anyone who can appreciate some good BBQ brisket or pulled pork. I love the brisket sandwich. The meat is tender and flavorful and the BBQ sauce is perfect - just enough heat...More
Re-Up BBQ began as one of the first food carts in Vancouver a couple of years ago. It still operates its cart at Hornby and Georgia in the forecourt of the Vancouver Art Gallery, but also has a bricks and mortar cafe/deli in the River...More