There are some incredible dishes pouring out of the kitchens in Sydney’s Western Suburbs, and this fresh food festival gives you the opportunity to taste some of the best grub the area has to offer. Liverpool is a unique home to splendid international cuisine spanning Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Southeast Asian cultures, and now you can try them all in one big weekend celebrating how food happily sandwiches us together.
Liverpool on a Roll will set up its grills and fryers in Black Muscat Park and Ernest Ave this April, with food stalls offering tasty meals all served on bread (or bread-adjacent goodies) – think bagels, tacos, wraps and more. For extra good vibes, the edible line-up won’t feature a single meal above $12, making deliciousness achievable on a budget.
A few of the exciting purveyors include Brooklyn Boy Bagels, who’ll be dishing ten bagel flavours including vegan cream cheese and a pastrami-laden rye; Kalye Pinot Style BBQ with their Filipino street food and Pinot wraps; and Senor Toro, who will be serving up authentic Mexican birria and questo tacos. If you’re obsessed with trying new things, head to the Mr Ciao’s Street Food Battle stall for pizza spring rolls, and make a beeline for Dos Churros for Uruguayan style churros with a twist.
A pop-up bar garden will be dishing out cocktails courtesy of Archie Rose Distilling Co. with garden games, entertainment and more. There'll also be sweet treats to snack on throughout the festival and that unbeatable Liverpool On a Roll atmosphere the festival has become known for. Find out more and read up on all the stalls here.