Know Your Food Truck: Pop-Up Eateries In 2013
Lazy eaters across Adelaide, I have a feeling 2013 will be our year. Following the success of the pop-up food truck event Fork On The Road and veteran mobile eateries like Burger Theory and Veggie Velo, it’s time for you to now become acquainted with some of the newest food trucks zooming around to feed you all of the delicious. That’s right, all of the delicious.
The best beef I’ve ever eaten was in Argentina, which is why I’m pretty excited to discover a wheeled eatery entirely devoted to the signature produce of the country. Scotch fillet steak, chorizo and grilled provolone cheese are some of the things dished up, all served with their signature chimichurri sauce. Mmm.
La Cantina Co
These guys have been roaming the streets for a while, but they’re a worthwhile mention given their great Mexican-inspired food truck menu. Traditional Jarritos drinks, zucchini and mushroom quesadillas, guajillo spiced pork… mas por favor.
Phat Buddha Rolls
Cruising around in a psychedelic painted 1960s caravan, Phat Buddha Rolls embrace fresh Cambodian flavours in their on-the-road-made meat rolls. Their rolls are similar to the crusty Vietnamese ‘banh mi’ with coriander, chilli and crunchy pork and are just as tasty
How cute is this? Classic Italian gelato served from a tricycle in flavours like hazelnut, chocolate, lemon and strawberry. This is a good one for summer.
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The display of radical craft work is the result of the ninja knitting collective Adelaide Yarn Bombers, whose eye-hooked creations you’ve probably seen curling…