It’s time for another food truck roundup in celebration of The Feast Issue! Today, we’re hitting up the top end, that’s right- we’ve searched high and low for the food truck & cart caterers of the Northern Territory!
Darwin itself has a bustling food truck culture, the foreshore often playing host to food truck feasts as the sun sinks below the water. So what about replicating that same low-key vibe on your wedding day? From loaded potatoes to beautiful French style crepes. scroll on down to meet the Northern Territory’s finest wedding-ready food trucks and carts.
The Potato Man dishes up the tastiest potatoes around. With your choice of fillings ranging from garlic butter and cheese, to bolognese, chilli con carne, bacon onion tomato, bacon pieces, and baked beans, pineapple, beetroot and coleslaw this van’s menu is entirely gluten-free too.
Artopolis is a casual food cart. These guys serve coffee and their stand loaded with sweet treats to fuel you as you wander around Darwin.
Noi’s Pad Thai serving Thai food that is always fresh and delicious to fill hungry tummies. They can dish up classics like Singapore noodles, fried rice and pad thai from their pink and silver cart.
With burgers, fish and chips and prawns on the menu, you couldn’t find a more Aussie menu to serve your guests than Harry’s Mobile Kitchen.
Meet La French. Served from a cute shabby chic Parisian style cart are sweet and savoury crepes – think Nutella and strawberry or lemon and sugar – as well as sandwiches such as Croque Monsieur. Book here for your next event.
Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options are available in this Mexican cuisine dished up by Taco Daze ‘inspired by the Territory’. With a different menu, every week to tempt you!
Aaahhh the days of old when music came magically from a soft-serve ice cream van. You’re going to love Soft Serve Fantasy. Offering choc dips, soft serve with sprinkles, peanuts and twirls in cones, sundaes or the large nut boats. With its own generator to use if needed to keep everything fridge cold and fresh even on the hottest of Darwin days, this van will bring a touch of whimsy to your event. Taking bookings for your event on 0411428575 or email at [email protected]
Authentic Greek food served from a blue van, this is Yummy Yianni’s Greek Cuisine – topped off with coconut cake in syrup with fresh cream and lemon curd – how yummy is that?
What could be better than fish and chips by the beach with a tropical sea breeze blowing? That’s the name of the game with Rescue Me Food Services. And it doesn’t stop here – burgers, seafood basket and desserts are also on the menu. Book your next event with them here [email protected]
Melli Loukoumades is one for the dessert lovers. Greek doughnuts, baklava and other Greek sweet treats to satisfy even the most avid sweet tooth in the Northern Territory.
Needle in a Haystack – Street Bistro brings organic seasonal restaurant quality food to the streets of Darwin with vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, showcasing the best of Territory produce.
What better place to indulge in ice cream than in Darwin on a hot tropical night? Meet Ice Age Ice Creams. These soft serve creations dusted with plenty of sprinkles and fun will bring back memories of the ice cream vans of our childhood.
Gammon Creations: With sides of chips and pickles these gourmet sandwiches are the best. Choose from cheese-laden burgers or sandwiches, or even a jackfruit creation with desserts and salads to top it all off and you’ll have to have a Darwin siesta!
This elegant little bar, Octopus and the Peach, (formerly a 38-year-old horse float no less!) adorned with vintage driftwood and mirrored backdrop, offers the ultimate bar experience, with cocktails reflecting the Territory flavours and vibe.
Cucina Sotto Le Stelle sets up tables outside, serving wood-fired pizzas and authentic Italian pasta with desserts to match. Eat under the trees and enjoy the freedom.
Ken’s Crêpes Mindil serves up beautiful, fresh crepes for their truck. From savoury (spiced chicken and avocado, ham cheese) to sweet ( berries & maple syrup, Nutella) they’re happy to do events and they’re even able to cater gluten and dairy-free dietary requirements.
The Mexican Standoff serves up Latin America food to tempt your tastebuds such as nachos, burritos and fish tacos. Sounds like just the thing to feed hungry wedding guests.
Jay’s Coffee Bar: Coffee is roasted every week for the ‘best coffee ever’ along with tea, ice cream and cold drinks. Add in their muffins and biscuits and you have a great snack.
One Mile Brewing Company is the truck to hire for your drinks! Their “Beer Response Unit” can arrive at your wedding with its six taps, ready to serve your thirsty guests. They can even load it with their own house-made beers!