Also from Bab's Greek BBQ Food Truck we bought two plates – one consisted of two beef kebabs, chips, flat bread, a side salad with tziziki (yoghurt and garlic dip) on the side. The other plate had two pork belly strips, flat bread, chips and a side salad with tziziki on the side.
My companion said the pork was deliciously divine. Unfortunately we devoured our food before we thought of taking photos as we were rather ravenous.
We finished it off with honey puffs from the Honey Puff Ladies. Honey Puffs are small delectable balls of deep fried dough covered in a honey syrup and sprinkled with cinnamon. Crisp on the outside and soft in the middle.
Whether you go along for the food, to shop amongst the stalls, or relax under cover while enjoying the live music, you can help to support the Little Heroes Foundation. To learn more about the Little Heroes Foundation, visit the website here.
Some of the other food and drink stalls at the market are Mr. Barista SA, High-Ace Bar, Wings & Things (Buffalo Wings), India To You and a Fairy Floss Stall. There was a stall selling candles, a stall for the Adelaide Koala & Wildlife Hospital-you could even get a massage from 'Massage Life'.