Explore The World’s Food At Dandenong World Fare

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MELBOURNE | Dandenong Market is the second largest market in Melbourne, and home to a diverse cross section of food and cultures from around the world. This year, as part of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, close to 50 food trucks will be gathering at the Dandenong Market to give visitors a taste of the foods of some of the over 150 nationalities in the City of Greater Dandenong.

Some of the countries and food vendors that will be converging on Dandenong Market on Sunday 2 April include:

  • Brazil (Copa Food Truck – charcoal BBQ)
  • The Caribbean (Boss Man Food – jerk chicken, goat curry)
  • Uruguay (El Chivi – sandwich­‐style chivitos)
  • Cambodia (Flamin’ Lamb Spit – marinated lamb and barbecue beef ribs)
  • New Zealand (NZ Street Food – traditional hangi)
  • Belgium (Let’s Waffle ‘n’ Shake – wafflepops)
  • Vietnam (Nem ‘n’ Nem – Vietnamese hawker kitchen)
  • Nepal (Nepal Dining Room – Nepalese street food)
  • Spain (Melbourne Paella Company)
  • Argentina (Señor BBQ – char grilled chorizo, chicken and beef ribs)
  • India (Chilli Express – Indian chat)
  • Japan (Zero Lam Japanese – Gyoza)
  • Cyprus (Cypriot Kitchen)
  • Mexico (Dos Diablos Mobile Cantina – tacos)

Hungry yet?

We’re big fans of the offering at Dandenong Market normally, and think this event will be a lot of fun. Along with food, there will also be live music and dance performances all day, carnival rides, and lots of activities for children.

Dandenong World Fare

When: 2 April 2017, 10:00am to 4:00pm
Cost: Free entry
Where: Dandenong Market. Clow Street, Dandenong VIC 3175

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