Food Trucks of Adelaide: Laying a foundation with discarded bricks

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Food trucks in Adelaide have been publicly scrutinised far too frequently. The most common blame is that they have a negative impact on existing businesses. I spent a week running around to pay these lovely people a visit based on the suggestions on my Instagram.

The Adelaide Council has opened a forum for public input before they revise the guidelines for our food trucks. Forums close on August 28th, 5 pm. Head over here to have your say.

Thank you to...

for taking the time to chat with me and be a part of this article.

 

I wish I had more time to catch up with all the other suggestions from my readers including Tiger Rolls Banh Mi, Cheesy Street, Phat Buddha Rolls, Delectaballs, and Great Relish Nomadic Cafe. Thankyou for the suggestions!

Let's show some support for these amazing people.

Until next week,

Elaine