In the community, our food truck can often be found at open days and fairs across the city, sharing delicious food of all shapes and sizes but especially our sourdough toasties!

Food Truck Projects

Outside of the Good Food Hub, we are passionate about delivering food education in school across the city including Gracemount, Castlebrae, St. Thomas of Aquin’s and Portobello High School.

Our Food Truck Project has been developed to inspire young people around the variety, flavour and goodness of local, seasonal food.

Each class is divided into conversation and cooking, where we discuss food as a career, food labelling and seasonality as well as writing and costing menus that are then delivered to students, teachers and those in the community on the last day of the project. The Food Truck Project develops hands-on cookery skills as well as anchoring literacy, numeracy, problem solving, communication and teamwork.

In the community, our food truck can often be found at open days and fairs across the city, sharing delicious food of all shapes and sizes but especially our sourdough toasties!

If you would like the food truck to visit you, get in touch or visit our catering page.

Buy Vouchers

A great way to support our social enterprise is to buy a voucher that can be used as a gift.

Book a Class

Our classes and workshops focus on sharing the stories behind our food; the growers, farmers and producers as well as giving attendees the skills to create beautiful dishes to share with family and friends.

Book a Dinner

Our dinners are hugely popular and welcome guests to experience delicious dishes in the company of like-minded people, often with guests ranging from growers to food activists.