The Fort Monmouth, for example, includes provolone, cheddar, bacon and tomato served on white or whole wheat bread
THE opening of Melbourne’s first permanent home for food trucks has been a hit.
The Food Truck Park is fast becoming one of Melbourne’s best pop-up events, always bringing something new to the table.
A Sweet Van to satisfy nearly everyone’s sweet tooth.
Following on from the success of a one-off food event in Windsor last month, Downey Park Food Trucks are set to become a permanent fixture.
The first ever Korean bibimbap food truck could soon hit the streets of Melbourne, with a Pozible crowdfunding campaign currently underway.
It’s a two-way street when it comes to food trucks: The people come for the food, and the chefs come for the people.
If Melbourne is so open-minded about food, why doesn’t it have a street-food culture? The rise of food trucks, night markets and the phrase ‘hawker food’ on menus shows we’re hungry for it, but there are some deep-seated reasons why it isn’t happening.
We were told the Churro Truck attract crowds, expecting it to be quite an easy find (simply find a spot where there are loads of people lining up for churros) but turns out it was a quiet day at the market.
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