Street Food Australia


Street Food Australia's start-up involves a bicycle cart with pop-up marquee and Shanghai dumplings on a Brisbane city street corner, in this case above a forgotten war bunker in the heart of the CBD. The brain child of QUT architecture graduate student Helen, the benefits of this delicious initiative are three-fold.

Firstly, to fill unused city spaces with life, secondly to provide newly arrived refugees who have no money or means but a talent for cooking their own cuisine with an outlet to do so, and thirdly, a benefit for Brisbane residents with a budget range of international cuisines popping up in their local neighbourhood.

So, gradually expect to see the little solo marquee topped bicycles around the inner city, firstly as the prototype opposite the casino offering delicious traditional Shanghai dumplings that are sourced from local turbot street flyover hole-in-the-wall Steamed.

Meantime give the food hall a wide berth and get down to the corner of Victoria Bridge for a delectable and cheap fill of authentic street food for breakfast and lunch.

William St

Cnr Victoria Bridge

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri


130 William St, Brisbane, QLD, 4000

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