It’s just one example of mass confusion which has seen Sydney fall behind Melbourne in the number of food trucks and led Labor to demand consistent rules for the trucks throughout the city.
Wollongong’s Char Char Bar & Grill restaurant is taking its signature ribs and burgers to the people, launching a food truck
The team behind Pork’d in Sydney’s Surry Hills has announced it’s leaving the Crown Street shop and hitting the road, converting the concept into a food truck in early 2016.
The current restrictions that the city places on food trucks are rigorous and stringent. These restrictions are meant to separate the chumps from the contenders and elevate the standard of food trucks, as well as minimise disruptions, traffic or otherwise, throughout the city, and I really want to say they’re a good thing.
SYDNEY will become food truck central when more than 30 vendors converge at the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park over the October long weekend.
A food festival at Sydney’s Moore Park Entertainment Quarter has been overrun by a huge crowd of hungry foodies, causing long delays for food and parking.
Forget hot dogs and pies, Sydney’s food trucks are delivering treats to make foodies swoon, like Monster Roll’s eight-hour slow-cooked chilli braised beef on a freshly baked baguette.
The Perth City Council has approved a trial of mobile food trading in the City of Perth, but not in the CBD.
Muslims in the south-west Sydney suburb of Lakemba, Australia, are celebrating the holy month of Ramadan with a grand food festival that attract thousands.