Eat Wonky is a pretty simple operation--hotdogs, grilled cheese, poutine (aka "wonky fries")--those are your options, essentially. The staff is incredibly pleasant and friendly. The food concept is cool, but the food itself is nothing outrageous.
I tried the hot dog. Standard, street hot dog, not quite as good as the Hebrew National ones sitting in my freezer, not as bad as some of the mystery meat I've probably consumed in my youth from street vendors in NYC. Wonky gives you ketchup and mustard packets rather than having condiment dispensers, so be prepared to not be able to slather your hot dog in mustard as I like to do. The panini-style grilled cheese was a little jazzed up with some spices on the mozzarella, served on a good toasted sub roll; nothing too fancy.
And then there was the poutine or the "wonky fries" with "squeaky" cheese (aka mozzarella, I believe). The fries (pictured left) were good and the cheese was good all gooey and slightly melted on the hot fries. However, the gravy was incredibly salty. So salty that I downed two bottles of water afterwards. The poutine experience was a little bit of a let down and according to my Canadian-in-residence boyfriend, this poutine was kind of on the lower end, like "fast food poutine," as he put it. It looks better than it tastes.
Overall, Eat Wonky is one of those places that I wanted to like really badly, but then was disappointed by. You can follow them on Twitter (@eatwonky) like most food trucks to find their location. I'd be happy to hear from anyone who has a different opinion on their poutine.