The two-day food-truck festival Park Feast is returning to the Hills district in September as part of the annual Orange Blossom Festival.
Among the bunya pines of historic Bella Vista Farm – a 30-minute drive north-west of Sydney’s CBD – will be 30 food trucks including self-proclaimed “chicken specialist” Dirty Bird, Rangers Texas BBQ, Mr Pig and La Flamenca Paella.
Frank’s Original Philly Cheesesteak and Dogs will drive its vintage Mercedes bus – painted with sports regalia, a mural of the Pope and Sylvester Stallone as Rocky – from Haberfield to serve its take on the Italian-American snack: long, soft hoagie rolls stuffed with meat, onions and cheese, served hot and twisted tightly in paper so none of the juice can escape.
Also, Pasticceria Caruso, which claims to be Australia’s first cannoli truck (and Broadsheet can’t find evidence otherwise), will make its debut. The Wetherill Park bakery’s signature creation is the Bazooka, a mega cannoli filled with smaller cannolis.
Between the snacking you can hit up the amusement park for dodgem cars, pony rides, roller-coasters and music.
Park Feast will be at Bella Vista Farm (2 Elizabeth Macarthur Drive, Bella Vista) on September 8 and 9, from 12pm until 9pm. Entry is free.
Pimp My Chimney
Classic Soft Serve
Sakura On Wheels
La Flameca Paella
Norma's Burger Bar
The Hardstyle Kitchen
Mr Puff Loukoumades
Emmy's Gourmet Gozleme
Dirty Bird Food Truck
Rangers Texas BBQ
Smokin' Grill Barbecue
Happy As Larry
Fritto & CO
Let’s Do Yum Cha
Frank’s Original Philly Cheesesteak & Dogs