In less than two years, the popularity of mobile food vans and pop-up stalls within the city of Adelaide has resulted in more than 50 small businesses trading on our streets.

With the support of the Adelaide City Council, the scene has grown into a thriving, alternative food culture, with organised events like Fork on the Road attracting thousands of people to dine within the city’s parks and squares.

The Council’s focus has always been on creating vibrancy in the city, said Councillor Houssam Abiad, “with a focus on attracting more people to spend more time in the city, and enjoy the city’s surrounds.”

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