Food Trucks Depart Southern California, Sydney Bound

Los Angeles has inspired an Australian street food movement.

Frequently recognized as the capital of the Pacific Rim, Los Angeles is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world. It is this variety to which the success of the street food movement can be credited. LA’s food truck scene has grown so large, it is tough for neighboring Pacific cities not to notice—even those across 7500 miles of ocean.

When city officials asked local Sydneysiders what would spice up night life in the New South Wales Capital, they responded with two words: Food Trucks. 30 foodie entrepreneurs entered a taste test to join Syndey’s street food movement, and ultimately, ten were chosen to partake in the experiment. Looking to inspire late night activity from the curb, the trucks’ will roam through Syndey for a year, before the city approves their permanent residency.  Participants include:

  • Agape
  • Al Carbon
  • Bite Sized Delights
  • Burger Theory
  • Cantina Mobil
  • Eat Art Truck
  • Let’s Do Yum Cha
  • Taco Truck
  • Tsuru
  • Veggie Patch
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