Forget the fine dining (for a second!), the Northern Beaches’ hottest food comes with four wheels and a whole lot of flavour.

From burgers to sweet treats and fresh gelato, these mobile kitchens are popping up at markets, breweries, and even quiet suburban streets. Whether you’re craving a quick bite or something more substantial, we’re spoiled for choice with our area’s fabulous food trucks.

Have we missed your fave? Email us at and we’ll keep adding to the list.

Dad & Dave’s Burger Van

Enjoy the burgers as well as the beers at the brewery, with Dad and Dave’s food truck offering a range of classic menu items guaranteed to satisfy your hunger cravings.

The team are handing over their Food Truck keys to Declan Cleary from MasterChef very soon! Declan will be serving up his famous Fish Burger from 12-6pm on Sunday 26 May to celebrate Taste of Brookie! Crispy, hot & delicious, you haven’t tried anything like it!

Regular Food truck opening hours:

Thursday: 4pm-9pm

Friday 12pm-3pm (takeaway only) 4pm-9pm (Dine in and takeaway)

Saturday: 12pm-9pm

Sunday: 12pm-5pm

Address: 45 Mitchell Road, Brookvale 2100 NSW




While you might’ve spotted Haifa’s food truck serving up delicious Israeli street food at events on the beaches, they also operate out of a driveway on Keldie St in Forestville.

With festoon lights strung through the trees, the quiet suburb’s lucky residents rock up for fluffy pitas stuffed with slow cooked lamb, felafel, chicken shawarma, eggplant, Israeli pickles, cucumber, and sauces like hummus, tahini, and smokey harissa. They also do felafel snack boxes and hot chips to keep the little ones satisfied.

10 Keldie Street, Forestville,

Opening hours:

Thursday – Sunday

5pm – 9pm

Dope Fusion

Craving unique flavour combinations? Dope Fusion brings an exciting twist to street food, serving up delicious fusion cuisine across Sydney’s Northern Beaches. From Crunchy Vietnamese baguettes with cabbage, carrot, cucumber, coriander & chipotle aioli to tacos and rice bowls, this food truck is a local fave!

Where: Cromer Community Centre
When: Friday to Sunday 12pm – until Sold Out



Y’Not Crepes

YNOT’s happy yellow caravan serving up street-style savoury crêpes, sweet-dessert crêpes and barista-made coffee is a staple along the beachfront and at markets all over across the beaches.

Their crêpes are made fresh on order with everyday, favourite fillings and also a few of the French classics. Since 2019, they’ve been on a mission to fill the hearts and bellies of our community by providing great food and a joyful experience at their cute solar powered crêpe caravan.

Various locations*, check their Instagram for the latest news.



*The team are having a short parental leave break until the end of May. 

Soft Serve Bakery Van

Ryan Cairns’ sustainably powered mobile bakery and soft serve van serves up ice cream cones, sundaes, warm choc chip cookies, affogatos and more! All equipment is powered by sustainable energy, including solar power and lithium batteries, so when the van is running, there is no loud generator or fumes to inhale while standing in line.

Popping up at sporting events and parties across the beaches and North Shore, keep an eye on Ryan’s instagram for the latest locations




Main image: Dope Fusion 

Scroll to Top