Kitchens on Wheels Canada Reviews and Food Truck Builder Directory

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Description:  Kitchens on Wheels, Canada, has been in business since 2003 and already sold over 350 trailers and trucks. Located near the southern border of Ontario, our business has recently started receiving orders across to the US as well as our own country. KoW offers both Custom builds and Used Units, which though affordable may need to cost a bit to bring up to code. We follow all regulations in regards to your City for each of the builds we partake in, KoW being ESA certified and TSSA inspected.

Products revolve mainly around custom built, larger-sized Trailers, most of our Food Trucks being based off refurbished Purolator models. Graphics are done by our Designer, who’s contact info we will forward you, who will work with you on the exterior logo and other details, whether it’s applying franchise logos or painting by hand.

Verified Builder: No – Learn more

 

Past Customers: Blue Donkey StreateryGastronomo Vagabundo, Cold Stone Creamery

Customer Reviews:

Kitchens on Wheels Canada or Canada kitchens on wheels, in Alexandria, Ontario. Terry & Manon Sauve, have cheated so many customers it’s overwhelming. Yet they continue to take money on orders that they have no intention of completing. A ponzi scheme with trucks! Be careful.

I have been approached by about 6 Parties who have paid as much as $80,000.00 and received little or nothing.
It gives the industry a bad name.  – Bill
Kitchens on Wheels Canada. I have dealt with them for the last 5 years – they built my unit, serviced it, and upgraded as needed according to Gov regulations. They have been ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE to deal with, and more than that, incredibly helpful outside of just servicing the trailer or equipment when needed. There have even been occasions where the government regs have changed and I was unable to afford the upgrades required to make my unit legal and they did it anyways telling me to pay when I could. No papers, no interest… just a handshake and the value of our ‘word’. I HIGHLY recommend them to anyone looking for a food or concession vehicle…. regardless of the negative comments above… I do not believe them to be true whatsoever – especially Mr. Bill with his very vague and generalized accusations…. sounds more like a disgruntled competitor than a customer.  – Robert Parker

We also have a very bad experience with Kitchen on Wheels (Ontario, Canada)!!
For an international cooperation project in Rwanda, the Rwanda Tourism University College (RTUC) in Kigali ordered a catering trailer. Our organisation paid € 85,000.00 in April 2014 to Kitchen on Wheels but the trailer never arrived. For over a year we try to settle the non-delivery with Mr Terry Sauve without any result so far. Who can help us? Is it possible to put us in contact with other ‘victims’ of Mr Sauve?

Also on behalf of Staff & Students of RTUC,
Best regards,
Ingrid Plag
Management for Development Foundation (MDF)
Training & Consultancy

Working with Kitchen on Wheels turned out to be a complete nightmare. We were deceived from the beginning, being led to believe that the owner and his wife were running a legitimate business, boasting impressive contacts and completed trucks. Our truck finally arrived to us, behind schedule and missing much of the equipment we had ordered. When we tried to follow up, the owner and his wife were nowhere to be found. The company phone line was dead, no emails were being answered and cell phones were turned off. Our truck began to experience significant mechanical problems, resulting in a loss of sales due to an inability to operate. It wasn’t until we sent the company an invoice by registered mail that they finally responded but of course, have still failed to deliver on the missing items. We were led to believe that this was an honest company who wanted to create a good product. We wasted exorbitant money, time and energy on what can only be described as a huge mistake. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT build your truck with this company. I wish someone would have told us that a year ago! – VG Meats

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Address: 

150 Leroux St
Alexandria ON K0C 1A0
Canada

Phone: (613) 525-1753

Website: http://www.kitchensonwheelscanada.com/

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About Andrew

A graduate in Bachelors of the International Culinary School at the Art Institutes, Andrew Steifer has spent his days obsessing over everything food and drink. While working towards his Wine Certification, he started writing his own Food Truck Blog focused on reviewing all the mobile vendors of Minnesota. Being the first person to stubbornly pursue a blog like this for their newly budding street food scene, it's safe to say Andrew's love of food trucks is almost dangerous, at least to his wallet. He's been writing since 2013, drinking since 2010, and consuming every delicious morsel he can find every chance he gets.
  • Rob Parker

    I have little faith in any comments that are so very generalized and vague in their condemnation… especially that of “Bill”. Who are these “about 6 parties” (don’t you know how many?… was it 5.5… maybe 6.1?) Those are pretty serious accusations Mr. Bill. I would like to see the proof.

    Kitchens on Wheels Canada. I have dealt with them for the last 5 years – they built my unit, serviced it, and upgraded as needed according to Gov regulations. They have been ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE to deal with, and more than that, incredibly helpful outside of just servicing the trailer or equipment when needed. There have even been occasions where the government regs have changed and I was unable to afford the upgrades required to make my unit legal and they did it anyways telling me to pay when I could. No papers, no interest… just a handshake and the value of our ‘word’. I HIGHLY recommend them to anyone looking for a food or concession vehicle – regardless of what the comments above state….