Boundary's Best Bites
Gabbi Briner | On 17, Aug 2014
West End’s Boundary Street Markets have stolen the stage as Brisbane’s hippest attraction for creatives.
After visiting the markets on Saturday, I quickly realised that homeware hoarders and vintage vamps weren’t the only ones in for a treat. The old Streets factory and its surroundings are home to a handful of edgy street food stalls, each offering culinary favourites from around the world. Here are some of the best on offer:
Mr Kalamari This stall serves up fresh cones of crisp calamari for $10. And for an extra $5, grab some hot chips while you’re at it.
Joe’sÂ Texan BBQ Here you’ll find a tasty array of American favourites! All their meat is cooked perfectly. Expect tender meat, flavoursome sauce, all followed up by chilli kick!
Fish and Chips For $9, you can nab a large fish and chips combo! My favourite are their sweet potato chips… Naughty but delish!
Gourmet Golzeme Think carby, cheesy, spinachy, mushroomy and meaty comfort. Golzemes and falafelÂ are the product of this store. A small family business who believe they serve Australia’s best Golzeme. Need some comfort? Check it out.
Thai Street Food For under $10 you score a plate of freshly wok’d Pad Thai… and a drink! The menu also features plenty of chicken, Thai basil, and sticky rice. Enough said.
Na Meche Place You know their food is legit when their Facebook page is in Spanish. Do you like empadas (meat/vegetable parcels) and tequenos (fried dough filled with a special cheese)? Haven’t heard of them? Try these Venezuelan treats ASAP!
The diverse street food haul at Boundary Street Markets is not to be missed! Also, check out their websiteÂ for other stalls which weren’t operating on the weekend August 8th-10th.
What Boundary Street Markets
WhenÂ Friday 4.00pm-10.00pm, Saturday and Sunday 9.00am-3.00pm
WhereÂ Cnr Boundary and Mollison Streets, West End