Nighthawk Diner Food Truck Brings Glorious Gluttony to World Square

Saliva-inducing American diner food rolls into World Square.

Shirin Borthwick
Published on October 03, 2013

Philly Cheesesteak rolls. Peanut Butter and Chocolate Shakes. A Barbie Q Tofu Sub. Carbs. Protein. Unholy combinations. Is this real life? Is classic diner food really coming to World Square? Deliciousness, ahoy.

As someone who spent the better part of four years' worth of midnights gorging herself on disco fries at cholesterol-spiking diners in New York, I must say the Nighthawk Diner food truck is definitely something to be excited about. Those dang Yankees have been enjoying diner food on wheels without us for far too long. Over the next fortnight, beef brisket, Monterey Jack cheese and oceans of mustard will be tantalising your tastebuds at World Square when the chic 1959 International Harvester Scout ('Queen Latifa') and retro silver trailer roll in, opening for business from 30 September to 13 October.

Surely there is no more appropriate way to fuel your shoe-shopping at Hype. Chefs Alistair and James' slobber-worthy creations are feeding the besneakered masses every day from 11am to 10pm. Lox and cream cheese bagels, potato salad, Mexican Coke, meatball sub and chilli fries are waiting for you right now. If for some unimaginable reason you can't make it to World Square, you can check out on Nighthawk's website where Queenie is heading next or catch the diner's dishes at Play in Surry Hills.

Published on October 03, 2013 by Shirin Borthwick
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