The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.” – G.K. Chesterton

Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Eat Street Markets, Brisbane (Australia)

After playing in the sun and sand in Brisbane, my in-laws took us to Eat Street Markets for dinner. Entrance fee was AU$2.50 for adults, children entered for free, and that gave us access to a wide variety of local and international street food. Set in converted shipping containers by the wharf, this is an interesting concept that is proving quite popular with the locals and tourists alike. Get in early to get parking.

Just past the entrance:

The Wurst Meister stand:

Hot dog with German sausage, as requested by the 7-year-old boy:

The seating area was large, but there were so many people that it was difficult to find a vacant table big enough for our group:

The Phunky Dory stand:

The Fish 'n' Chips (with sweet potato fries) from Phunky Dory was delicious:

Hubby chose Redgate Farm for his dinner:

The steak sandwich from Redgate Farm was scrumptious:

Step-MIL had the Greek platter from a Greek food stand, and she was not impressed with it (she's Greek so she knows good Greek food):

Hubby was underwhelmed by the Cruffin:

The Cronut was a bit more satisfactory:

Eat Street Markets open every Friday and Saturday night from 4pm to 10pm, and Sunday through winter only from 11am to 3pm.

Eat Street Markets
99 MacArthur Ave
Hamilton QLD 4007
Tel. +61 7 3358 2500

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