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Lineups or no, Vij’s Railway Express (Gold) came into its own this year, winning judges over by bringing the city’s greatest Indian food to Georgia Street. Inspired by the takeaway train station cuisine of India, Vikram Vij introduced us to a nicely balanced beef coconut curry and salty cassava fries. Tacofino (Silver) hands out gorgeous, big-flavour, Baja-inspired tacos built from scratch. Judges went for the fish tacos in particular and loved that its bright-orange truck takes so seriously the mission of linking that far-flung beach to Vancouver. Re-Up BBQ (Bronze) had a place in many judges’ hearts for its diet-destroying, oh-so-satisfying Southern-style pulled pork and beef brisket sandwiches-all of which came to a crashing halt (literally) when the cart was hit by a bus in December; its new venture, FarmCity, switches gears for mobile salads.