Lip-smacking summer eats
Published Tuesday, 15th January 2019
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines – Food Truck Pop Up’s Wanneroo Street Food initiative, supported by the City of Wanneroo, is gearing up for a big summer season.
Spanning 21 locations from Two Rocks in the north to Girrawheen in the south, the popular food truck program is bigger than ever before, with events running five or six nights a week throughout summer.
Running until the end of April, residents can tuck into a range of delectable dishes from around the world, including French crepes, Vietnamese banh mi, Southern-style barbecue and Mexican burritos.
On bringing food, community and culture to a park or reserve near you, City of Wanneroo Mayor Tracey Roberts said the program was a great way to activate public spaces and enable communities to socialise and connect.
“We are really excited to support Wanneroo Street Foods again this year, and at more parks than ever before. Residents won’t want to miss the vast range of vendors serving high-quality food at great prices,” she said.
“Supporting initiatives such as Wanneroo Street Foods is just one part of the City’s wider goal to foster community-focused and sustainable events that are fun, family-friendly and cost-effective to residents.”
Food Truck Pop Up Coordinator Peter Jenkins said the mouth-watering program offered something to suit all appetites.
“We can’t wait to get back out there and bring great food to the people of Wanneroo,” he said. “It wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the City; their continued backing has been instrumental.”
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