New Normal: Here are the 6 Food Truck Pop Ups Coming to Forest Lake

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Social distancing, contactless payment and take aways only — these are part of the new normal amidst the pandemic crisis. These safety practices will also be observed as the Food Truck Pop Ups return to Forest Lake on Friday, 14 Aug 2020.

Held at the parking lot opposite the Forest Lake State School in Woogaroo Street, the food trucks will be ready to serve diners from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Visitors may choose from six tasty selections:

Micasa Burger Truck 

Serving American-style burger since 2014, the Micasa Burger Truck team has been in the food truck business since the late 1990s. Their menu choices are inspired by the movie Pulp Fiction. The concept is fun and the food is filling! 

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Rolls Pho Mi 

Specializing in Vietnamese street food, Rolls Pho Mi is run by the husband and wife team of Duy and Steph. Their menu is a collection of recipes acquired by Duy’s mum, Dung. Don’t forget to try their signature dish, the 24-hour Pho.



Donut Kitchen

Savor these freshly baked, light and fluffy pillows of sweet dough. Choose from jams, chocolate sauce or custards as fillers. Donut Kitchen has vegan, gluten free and dairy free options. 

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Rolling Stone Pizza

This small food truck has a mobile authentic wood-fired pizza oven serving 9 to 11 inches of warm pizza goodness. Rolling Stone Pizza has a broad menu of flavourful comfort food, including gluten-free and vegan choices.  

Tender Calamari

Tasty and tender calamari, what more is there to ask for? The calamari is freshly cooked on-site so you get only the best. The Tender Calamari food truck has been around Brisbane since 2014.



Ruby the Little Red Ice Cream Van

Ruby the Little Red Ice Cream Van has been serving colourful and flavourful ice creams for 14 years. The food truck is a 1973 ice cream van imported from Southampton, England. The ice cream is churned using an Italian Carpigiani ice cream machine and comes out “fully dairy based, halal certified and gluten free.”  

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The Food Truck initiative helps small businesses during this pandemic. With the permission of the Council, vendors can reach more markets by setting up shop at temporary Council-controlled sites across Brisbane. 

To learn more about this initiative, visit the Council’s website and keep track of where the food trucks are serving via the interactive map.  

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