The Food Truck Park announces a gourmet line-up for the waterfront street food festival on October 12-16, 2016
Melbourne, October 4: The home of Melbourne street food, The Food Truck Park is expected to be a thrilling and scrumptious launch for the Tourism Event Attraction Program in Frankston this October.
The Seaside Street Food Festival will be the ultimate culinary experience with over forty food vendors showcasing the best street food in Australia.
The Food Truck Park Director, Frank Rusitovski, is thrilled to kick off the Tourism Event Attraction Program and thanks Frankston City Council for the opportunity. “We are delighted to bring The Food Truck Park to a brand new destination and anticipate it will be a huge success for the local community and tourism alike,” said Mr Rusitovski.
The Frankston area is set to come alive with a delicious global line-up of Melbourne’s finest food trucks, craft beer, cider and wine and entertainment over five days on the breathtaking waterfront.
The Seaside Food Festival brings the biggest all-Americana line up of food trucks to hit the Peninsula including
- Brazilian Bites,
- Copa Food Truck,
- Corn Kid,
- Dos Diablos,
- King of Spuds,
- Loaded Gourmet Hotdogs,
- Mamma Van,
- Real Burgers,
- Roadrunner Fried Chicken,
- Sliders on Tyres,
- Smokin Barry’s,
- The Jerk Hut,
- The Real Jerk,
- Those Guys Food and
- Twisted Mac.
Pack your bags for whirlwind gastronomic tour to Europe with delights from Greece, Poland, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Featuring:
- Bites On Wheels,
- Boho Blends,
- Greek Street Food,
- Mary And A Little Lamb,
- Tuga Tastes Of Portugal,
- Pierogi Pierogi,
- Pizza Fritta Co. and
- Pizza Wagon
Get your head around the dessert on offer in the form of Crepe de L’ile, Grace Café, Hanky Adams, Lukumades, Manny’s Doughnuts, Mr Softey, Nuts-About-Tella, Refresher, Señor Churros and Sweet Forbidden Journey.
Melbourne’s favourite South-East Asian food trucks heading to Frankston include St Kilda’s Babu Ji, C’est Chick, Nem N’ Nem, Satay Truck, Two Fat Indians, Van Go and Yo India.
The event is set to highlight the culture, diversity, and beauty of the area and attract audiences from within the municipality and beyond.
Building on the huge success from Preston and Coburg and past pop-ups in Southbank, Docklands, Richmond, and Rye; The Food Truck Park are ready to bring the street food movement into the peninsula.
With more reason than ever to visit Frankston, guests will Enjoy Every Moment with sunshine, seaside views and street food this October. The Food Truck Park brings together variety food in unique event spaces sporting vibrant and edgy food havens across Australia.
The Food Truck Park – Seaside Street Food Festival
Wednesday 12 – Sunday 16 October 2016
Wednesday 5pm – 10pm, Thursday to Sunday 11am – 10pm
Pier Promenade, Frankston Victoria