City of Belmont food truck initiative to take centre stage over summer

City of Belmont food truck initiative to take centre stage over summer

FOOD trucks are still the flavour of the month and people after Italian, American and other cuisines will be in luck in Belmont over the next few months.

Roadside Eats At Belmont is an initiative by the City of Belmont co-ordinated by the WA Mobile Food Vendors Association.

The trial is taking place at Faulkner Park until January 31 on Wednesdays and Thursdays between 4pm and 8pm and at Tomato Lake on Sundays between 4pm and 8pm until January 28.

Get Chips or Die Frying owner and operator Sam Elliott said vendors would rotate in both areas during the trial.

“There will be a diverse range of food from Italian to American-style food,” he said.

“I think the popularity of food trucks is that they provide a different environment and the Australian weather is perfect to come outside and eat.”

City of Belmont chief executive John Christie said the council initiated the trial in response to community feedback received through the Place Making Survey.

“The trial supports the City’s commitment to place- making initiatives and activities to create a vibrant and engaged community,” he said.