Integreat Queensland were proud to showcase tastes of the world at our first Pop-up Twilight Restaurant – the Moving Feast.
Held on the Queen’s birthday, more than 50 people from the community got to experience international flavours from India, Italy, Venezuela, France, and the Australian outback in Gladstone.
What is the Moving Feast? The Moving Feast is Integreat Queensland’s new food van but it’s more than just a food van. In fact, it’s a social enterprise to inspire our multicultural community to create their own micro-businesses and give them experience in a real-world situation.
“At Integreat Queensland we have a vision,” Integreat Queensland Manager Julie Pettett said.
“A vision of celebrating multiculturalism through food and a vision of giving members of our community the opportunity to showcase their skills and for the rest of the community to enjoy and experience flavors from around the world.
“The Moving Feast will travel throughout central Queensland as a Pop-up Twilight Restaurant showcasing multicultural cuisines and provide opportunties for members of the migrant community to not just offer their food, but for people to experience their culture.”
Proudly sponsored by Warechair – Gladstone Chair Covers 4 Hire & Decorations, the Gladstone Business Centre, and Audio & Lighting Wayne Dunnett, Julie said the night was well received and welcomed by everyone who attended.
“The feedback from those who attended was sensational and we’ve already started a waitlist from not only those who want to attend the next event but from multiple people who want to get involved and showcase their skills and international cuisines.”
If you would like to get involved with our Moving Feast Pop-up Twilight Restaurant or even have it at your next event, please phone 4903 1931 or email: email@example.com