Food truck culture in Brisbane

If you are a food lover, you definitely have to explore the food truck culture in Brisbane!

Saying food trucks, the first one comes into people mind is Eat Street at Hamilton. Eat Street is open every Friday and Saturday from 4 to 10pm and Sunday from 11am to 3pm. Check out the link for more information: http://www.eatstreetmarkets.com

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Photo: At Eat Street, you can find many varieties of cuisines from different countries in the world.

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Photo: Fancy dessert food trucks at Eat Street.

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Photo: You can choose to enjoy the food with your friend at the lawn after that.

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Photo: My favourite sweet potato fries from Eat Street.

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Photo: Other than food, there are also arts and crafts truck at Eat Street.

Other than Eat Street at Hamilton, I have been to other food trucks at different locations as well. However, these food trucks donā€™t happen every week at the same location so do follow them to get updated!

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Photo: Turkish cuisine food truck at Downey Park.

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Photo: People bring their own portable chairs to enjoy the good food with the friends and families at Downey Park.

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Photo: Italian Street Goods food truck at Downey Park.

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Photo: The Bun Mobile food truck at Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha.

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Photo: Spanish cuisine food truck at Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha.

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Photo: My yummy food bought from the food truck at Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha.

The price of the food selling at food trucks starts from around AUD $10. Some food trucks accept card payment but some do not. Hence, prepare enough cash if you plan to savour many types of food. I got interesting food experiences from the food trucks culture at Brisbane. Come here and experience yourself! šŸ™‚

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