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Once upon a time street food conjured up images of greasy meals that were likely to send you to the ER, but these days street food is an art form which rivals the menus of fine dining restaurants. Convoys of street food trucks and stands allow hungry Melbournians to refuel on the go without sacrificing quality or taste. Broaden your palette and take social dining to a whole new level at these Melbourne street food markets.
When those on the southside have a hankering for street food, they head to Hank Marvin’s pop up mess hall. Only minutes from Chapel Street, Hank Marvin offers fine food, fresh produce and street food in a relaxed environment. The event takes places each Saturday at Alma Street Park and there’s even a Canine Wellness Kitchen to satisfy your four-legged friends.
Every night you’ll find a file of food trucks parked along Somerville Road next to Hanmer Reserve. Shake out a picnic blanket and feast upon Mr Burger, Señor Churro, Maple Leaf Foods, Just Like Nonna’s, 3 Lil Monsters and a Pizza Truck among others. While you won’t go hungry on weeknights, on Fridays and throughout the weekend you can expect to see up to 10 trucks parked along the road.
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