Fork on the Road is on again, this time at Light Square on Friday, 12 April for lunch from 12-2pm and dinner from 5-9pm, followed by the Adelaide Night Market on North Terrace on Sunday 14 April between 4pm and 8pm, both back by popular demand.
As Adelaide’s street food journey continues, Adelaide Night Market, in the heart of the city along the cultural boulevard of North Terrace on the lawns in front of Government House, has now extended its season with Splash Adelaide until the end of June.
Lord Mayor Stephen Yarwood and the growing band of mobile food vending fans and followers are all pleased.
“The reality is Adelaide isn’t that cold in autumn and if people are worried about the weather, just grab your coat, then head out for great street food and entertainment,” said Stephen.
“The night market’s hawker style food stalls, with a smorgasbord of hot, hearty seasonal dishes as well as a selection of original favourites such as traditional paella, Argentinian grills and the sweetest churros in Adelaide, has something for everyone.
“If you’re looking to feast on authentic street food, fossick for locally designed treasures or simply unwind on the lawns along the wall of Government House and listen to live tunes, this is the event for you,” he said.
The Adelaide Night Market will be held on alternate Sundays between 4pm and 8pm up until 23 June.
Friday’s street food event, Fork on the Road, will include a selection of beer and wine to complement the array of delectable dishes on offer during the dinner session, this time as part of the Adelaide Food and Wine Festival.
Amongst the growing band of Adelaide food traders participating in the event is Bodris Bakery & Café, a food caravan with flair, offering specialties such as freshly baked Hungarian Chimney Cakes.