So while in Brisbane and liking all things food, we had to pay a visit to Eat Street. This is a large area of the old docklands covered in pop-up food bars built up with containers. Some of the bars are under a large cover,

 and there you can also find bands and dj’s entertaining the crowds, and we mean crowds. It does get very busy even though it costs $5.00 per person to enter. Once inside, there are food stalls from every corner of the globe, with over 70 to choose from; there is something for every taste bud, from oysters and fish and chips to Hungarian and Malaysian. Just take your time and try something different.

We tried a selection of foods, a Filipino grilled pork dish and some fried chicken from a grill bar next door. Though there were only four of us, we still tried a selection of Japanese dumplings; some pulled pork and chicken tacos. We moved on to France to try boeuf bourguignon and raclette, all topped off with a carb intense cob loaf filled with pasta in cheese and tomato sauce.

With a choice of sweet foods and bars serving craft beers and cocktails, a delightful evening was had by all.