It’s time to undo the top button on your jeans. You can now officially follow - *cough* stalk *cough* - your favourite food trucks around Brissie! Brisbane City Council has launched a new website (Brisbane Food Trucks) that locates them for you, tells you how to get there and what each truck serves. So basically food trucks are taking over and I personally have no problem with that.
Want to dig in immediately? All you have to do is click on their “Serving Now” tab and it will show you which food trucks are currently on the go and how long they’ll be around for. There’s nothing worse than planning to go and turning up to nothing, am I right?! If you want to plan ahead, just click on the “Later” tab to see what’s popping up near you.
There’s a huge range of cuisines on offer, serving up a range of delicious food for you to tuck in to. Here’s what you can look forward to:
Char Baby BBQ
BBQ food truck is a good food truck. Corn dogs, pork croquettes and beef brisket are mouth-watering deliciousness.
How We Rolls
You can look forward to toasty brioche rolls, open plates, chips and more.
Juan More Taco
If you’re feeling tacos, try their range of meat, vegetarian and vegan options on offer.
King of the Wings
If wings make your mouth water, you can’t go past their Southern Style or Bee Sting flavours. Check out their menu for variations.
Korean has never tasted so good! Dig into their burgers for a flavour hit.
Kraut N’ About
Take a cultural journey to Bavaria in southern Germany through this food truck! Schnitzels, currywurst and brezen are just a few of the meals you can expect.
There’s nothing better than slow-cooked meats. Sink your teeth into this ever-changing menu of meat to love.
Mangia Mangia Italian
If you’ve got a soft spot for Italian food, you won’t be able to go past their lasagne and gnocchi dishes. Don’t leave without trying their Nutella panzerotti!
For a mix of American and Mexican street food in one, track down Micasa! Loaded fries and nachos sound way too good.
For the ultimate American food experience without leaving Brissie, try Mr America! Corn dogs, burgers and fries in various ways are part of their menu.
Seafood lovers, rejoice! We’re talking Sydney rock oysters, Moreton Bay bugs, Queensland salt and pepper Prawns and much more!
You can expect different meat dishes from Pirates Plate. Try their cannonballs for amazing meatballs or even try their German sausages. Rolling Stone Pizza Wood-fire pizzas are a godsend, there’s no doubt about it. Rolling Stone Pizza has vegetarian and gluten-free options, too. Try their carnivore, cheesy garlic and Mediterranean pizzas! Yum.
Ruby The Little Red Ice Cream Van
Ruby serves up old school ice-cream treats, as well as amazing new creations. If you’re feeling like dessert, you need to check out this vintage UK ice-cream van.
For Malaysian and Indian cuisine done right, track down Sate House! With delicious satays and yum cha on offer, you can’t go wrong.
That BBQ Joint
Take a culinary journey to the Deep South of America for a smoky BBQ feast. Expect ribs, wings and sliders.
The Bone Lorry
You can find juicy meat dishes at The Bone Lorry. Their pork belly ramen cup sounds way too good.
The Bun Mobile
Voted Top 4 Steam Buns in the World and being featured in the New York Times twice, The Bun Mobile is one food truck to watch! Track them down for a hit of delicious buns to satisfy your tasebuds.
The Frying Piggy
For all things pure pork, you need to jump online and track down The Frying Piggy. Cheesy bacon bombs and popcorn pork are just a couple of dishes you can expect!
For modern Brazilian and Portuguese street food, Vira Lata is the way to go! Brisket, nordestino (fried haloumi hot dog) and Wings can be expected on their menu.
Yummy Fruit Ice-Creamery
Real fruit is blended with vanilla ice-cream to create a delicious fruity sensation. They also have milkshakes!