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South East Advertiser - The growing food truck trend has seen vans, including Juan More Taco, use the most unexpected locations to sell high-quality gourmet treats.
IT MIGHT seem like the last place you’d grab a bite to eat but a southeast Brisbane tyre shop is fast becoming a foodie hotspot.
The growing food truck trend has seen vans, including Juan More Taco, use the most unexpected locations to sell gourmet treats. The van is among 165 mobile food businesses registered with Brisbane City Council. Business owner Naomi Subat said its Friday night base at Bob Jane T-Marts Coorparoo had been a hit with locals. “There’s lots of regular customers at night and I have seen people bringing down tables and chairs,” she said. “I originally wanted a bricks and mortar base and then I saw this old Mr Whippy van and I thought, ‘I could do something with that,’ and it sort of snowballed from there. I’m a local and I’ve lived across the road for 10-plus years and (Bob Jane T-Marts) seemed like the perfect spot with all the traffic and the train.”
Read the full article here - http://www.couriermail.com.au/questnews/east/the-growing-food-truck-tren...
Brisbane's PheNomNomNom THURSDAY 17th JULY, 5pm Wandering Cooks, 1 Fish Lane, South Brisbane!
Celebrating Brisbane's Food Truck n Street Food culture!
Keep up to date with the latest information via our Facebook page - facebook.com/foodtruckphenomnomnom
Brisbane's inaugural Food Truck PheNomNomNom
SUNDAY 1st June, 12-6pm
Coorparoo Bowls Club, 32 Riddings Street, Coorparoo
A labour of love!
Brisbane Threads - Brisbane’s Food Trucks
The food truck phenomenon has finally made its way onto the Brisbane foodie scene, bringing with it insane flavours, street style cuisine, international aromas, unbeatable atmosphere and an affordable price tag.
Inspired by the successful food truck scene in the US and Asian street markets, the food truck phenomenon has serious potential here in Brisbane, with many customers and budding entrepreneurs keen to support the food truck community and burgeoning food culture of Brisbane.
Naomi, founder and owner of Mexican food truck Juan More Taco said her aim was to introduce Brisbane to the authentic flavours of Mexico after travelling extensively and realising our imitation of traditional dishes is far inferior to the original masterpiece.
Click here to read the full article > http://brisbanethreads.com/brisbanes-food-trucks/
The Weekend Edition - Interview with Naomi Subat, founder/ cook, Juan More Taco
If it doesn’t make you laugh or cry, it’s probably not worth the effort ...
When Newcastle-raised, Brisbane-based nurse Naomi Subat first laid eyes on a weathered old donut van from Melbourne, she knew immediately it was ‘the one’. She’d spent countless months trawling online classifieds – and was already halfway through purchasing a retired fire truck from Tasmania – but she had no doubt the four-wheeled beauty was the one to bring her dream to life.
El Loco Mexicano Fiesta
Trailer Trash Tattoo Flash Day
When: 15th March, from 10am till 2pm.
Where: 621 Lores Bonney Drive, Archerfield Airport, Brisbane.
Find out more: www.trailertrashtattoo.
Must do Brisbane - Juan More Taco!
"Joining Brisbane's growing fleet of food trucks is Juan More Taco, a vintage red bus with a retro, cool logo." - Must do Brisbane