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Top Street Food Joints in Brisbane, Australia - Food you shouldn't miss out on!

Brisbane is coming up with some of the world's best street food. The number of food trucks, mini markets, and marquees are constantly growing in this city. Here is a list of the best street food places you need to try when in Brisbane.


The 21st

Head towards South Brisbane to try some of Brisbane's heavenly street food at the 21st. You can satisfy all your cravings with bubble teas and lobster rolls. The place offers a fusion of the street food of the Americas and bubble teas of the Taiwanese. The interior is tastefully decorated to please the eyes of the visitors who walk in. So you'll be bewildered by the sophisticated interior and the scrumptious food. To add on, you can try any number of freshly made bread rolls that are topped with shrimp, chicken, crab or lobsters. The choice is yours. The quirky little restaurant is open every day of the week from 11 a.m onwards. If you're looking for Ipswich hotels, for accommodation, then there are plenty of option in the likes of Oaks Aspire Apartments, that offer a memorable experience.


Nom Nom Bao

If you want to taste some Asian delicacies in Brisbane, then the Nom Nom Bao at the Fortitude Valley located in Warner Street is a must. This Asian place offering some the best eastern flavours is a local favourite. The menu comprises of freshly baked buns that are packed with a filling of undefinable flavours. You can opt for some gable beef that is served with kimchi slaw, fried chicken served with Asian slaw, or even pork belly served with hoisin sauce and shallots. And don't forget to check their desserts out. Also, you can try their dishes either for lunch or dinner and they are open daily.


Wow dumpling

Another place that locals and tourists rave about is none other than the famous wow dumpling at west end. This miniature dumpling bar sells some of the finest dumplings in the city. Located in Vulture street, the joint attracts a horde of customers every day. The dumplings are served in two ways, the traditional and the 'not so traditional' way. So it's up to you which one you would like to try. If you want the authentic traditional one, you can opt for flavours in the likes of chicken served with red chillies or pork served with cabbage. The 'not so traditional' dumplings are the cheeseburger dumplings, Barramundi dumplings, and Butter Chicken dumplings. Not to worry, the place offers options for vegans too!



Fancy some Thai street food when in Brisbane? Then Pochana, located in the centre of Brisbane's CBD, is just the place for you. What more? The interior is masterfully designed to give its customers a very Thai vibe. So you get food and the feel of Thailand right here in Brisbane. Pochana has an array of food items to select from for both lunch and dinner. You can also drop to taste their amazing selection of drinks!


Welcome to Bowen Hills

How about a food truck to taste your next favourite street food? Then Welcome to Bowen Hills is just the place for you. The place offers a dining area that is both shaded and has seating offering both comfort and class. The food trucks offer a delicious array of food for you to taste and they rotate on a daily basis bringing you the best food from around the world.