The world's tastiest bites in one massive foodie event
This year, the International Street Food Festival (ISFF) returns for a celebration of Melbourne's food culture. St Kilda's Catani Gardens is set to host street food vendors and food trucks representing multicultural communities – expect Taiwanese street food from Ghost Kitchen and Butterlake, family-style fare from Balkan Street Eatz, spicy India dishes from Babu Ji and barbecue by Burn City Smokers.
Got a sweet tooth? Try a roll of handmade ice cream (you heard that right!) from Scroll, Spanish doughnuts from Churros City and a dessert toastie from Gourmet Toasted Toasties.
Stick around for live music entertainment on the main stage over the weekend, and kids can also get involved at the kids cooking classes where budding chefs can learn how to make dishes from around the world. A fashion show by the Style Runway will be showcasing the last designs from Australia's up-and-coming designers. This event is free for all to attend with tickets to ISFF.
Taste flavours from South East Asia to America and beyond, without having to buy plane tickets out of Melbourne. ISFF is a ticketed event and tickets can be purchased at the event or online. Entry for children under 12 is free with an adult.