Pop Up Restaurants

Are you tuning in to 5AA fortnightly to hear me chat to Peter Godfrey? No worry – if you’ve missed the last couple of interviews you can catch up on my thoughts on pub meals and pop up restaurants on line.

This week we talked about pop ups and how popular they are at the moment. Of course, the original pop up was the pie cart. I was under the mistaken impression that the one on Franklin Street, at the GPO, was still operational. Keith Conlon put me right on Twitter – even though that pie cart was revamped a few years ago it appears to have disappeared. Twitter and Facebook both suggest you might be able to spot a pie cart at Norwood Oval on game days. The rest of the time, if you’re hankering for a pie floater Bakery on O’Connell offers a 24 hour service for just $6.50.

I’m a big fan of Burger Theory and I’m keen to check out the tacos from La Cantina Co, whose grand appearance in Hindmarsh Square has been delayed again!

And if you like your pop up food sweet, check out what The Foodologist has to say about From Scratch.

Are there any other pop ups we should be keeping our eyes open for, Adelaide?

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