The cosmopolitan weekly event, with its rich international atmosphere, friendly people and tuneful buskers, is the ideal excuse to take a night off cooking and sample an astonishing range of mouth-watering dishes from around the globe.
The Inglewood Monday Night Markets offer great food in a friendly cosmopolitan atmosphere.
For example, there is the sumptuous South American fare of El Argentino, produced on the grill over a charcoal and wood fire. The intense, smoky flavours belie the fact that it's so good for you.
The menu includes Argentine chorizo, home-made with 100 per cent free-range pork; a twice cooked free-range pork belly sandwich with corn salsa and chimimayo (chimichurri and mayonnaise); lamb or beef ribs with rosemary buttered potato – and all served with chimichurri – an Argentine sauce made with soft herbs, garlic, oil and vinegar.
El Argentino produces tasty Argentine food using the grill powered by a charcoal and wood fire.
Then there's Franny's Moving Kitchen, where you can savour the flavours of Korean cuisine cooked on a charcoal barbecue and grill and served with homemade kimchi and sauces.
Dishes include Charcoal Pork Belly; Bulgogi Beef Poutine – loaded chips with shredded cheese, bulgogi beef, homemade kimchi, coleslaw, spring onion, sesame seeds and aioli; and Charcoal Chicken Spare Ribs with coleslaw sesame dressing, homemade kimchi, rice or chips, spring onion and sesame seeds.
Delicious Korean cuisine is the speciality of Franny's Moving Kitchen.
If South American or Korean food isn't your thing, then perhaps you'd prefer a taste of traditional southern Italian street food from the Il Panzerotto van. Panzerottos are crunchy fried pastries with soft insides and have a unique taste. They can be savoury or sweet, vegetarian or vegan.
Il Panzerotto's offerings include Della Nonna (tomato, mozzarella cheese, oregano); Mr Sausages (Italian sausages, ricotta cheese, mozzarella cheese, black pepper) and Miss Vegetarian (pumpkin cream, baby spinach, mozzarella cheese and feta). For vegans there are The Vegan - (tomato, vegan mozzarella), (pumpkin cream, baby spinach, vegan mozzarella) and (banana, apple, cinnamon, icing sugar).
Panzerotto pastries are traditional Italian street food from Italy's Puglia region.
Japanese food is always popular, and the Ninja Cuisine food truck produces some of the best Japanese street delicacies. Dishes include Takoyaki (octopus balls), Yakisoba (Japanese fried noodles), Gyoza (Japanese dumplings) and Okonomiyaki (batters Japanese pancakes made with cabbage, meat and ginger).
For a new concept of street food visit the vintage Summer 1954 caravan and get stuck into their fried bread with assorted toppings. There are savoury options such as pulled pork and chicken, as well as sweet dishes, all of which include vegetarian and vegan options.
Japanese octopus balls and Japanese dumplings are among the delectable offerings from Ninja Cuisine.
All of the food is produced from fresh produce and has crispy and delish textures and vibrant colours. Summer 1954's fried dough, sauces and marinades for the meats are all homemade. Summer 1954 also serves old-fashioned lemonade and a small selection of cakes.
With two amazing dishes that ooze cheese, just the smell from The Cheesy Chalet food truck is enough to draw you in. Warm melted cheese is lovingly scraped into a toasted sandwich – a triple cheese Croque with Gruyere, Mozzarella and Cheddar in toasted wood-fired sourdough bread; and a Traditional Raclette with melted cheese served over steamed potatoes, French cornichons and cured meat.
The fare from the Cheesy Chalet is a cheese lovers delight.
Then there is the Up In Smoke van, a family run and operated business which serves a range of smoked meats - Portuguese style chicken, beef brisket, beef ribs, pork ribs, lamb ribs and lamb shanks - on custom barbecue smokers which create a unique taste.
The meat is all served on a bed of seasoned chips, freshly made green salad and 'slaw, and the pulled beef, pulled pork or peri-peri chicken burgers are a huge hit, along with super crunchy, tasty seasoned hot chips with added gravy. The garden salads are a great alternative for those looking for something light and fresh.
Up In Smoke serves a range of smoked meats on custom barbecue smokers.
The Turkish Saj van is another popular eatery, serving up delicious food including a variety of gozleme, kebabs, Mediterranean style rice, salads and hot chips. The van's sumptuous Gozlemes are a traditional savoury flatbread with a variety of fillings and served with a wedge of lemon.
The Turkish Saj's traditional savoury flatbreads come with a variety of mouthwatering fillings.
If great pasta is your thing, the Pasta Truck specialises in fresh home-made pasta, sauces and Italian food to eat on the go. The dishes include gnocchi bolognese, penne with pulled beef ragout, mac and cheese, spaghetti carbonara and rigatoni with pesto. They can also satisfy the hunger of vegans and vegetarians.
The Pasta Truck offers fantastic fresh home-made pasta, sauces and Italian food.
Take your tastebuds to North Africa at the Shak Shuka van, which offers a unique authentic Moroccan experience based around traditional family recipes.
The main dishes are the Shak Shuka - slow roasted tomatoes, poached eggs with couscous and chorizo, spicy harissa dip and crusty baguette – and a mouthwatering chicken tajine, slow stewed and served with couscous, spicy harissa dip and a crusty baguette.
Savour Moroccan cuisine based around family recipes at Shak Shuka.
Mosaic Bites is a travelling food truck co-owned by Kamel and Mostafa, an Egyptian and a Lebanese sharing their passion for Arabic food and culture with Western Australians.
Choose your base of crispy bread with cumin turmeric rice, or Arabic herb chips or mixed green leaves, then select a topping of marinated beef or chicken; mix both meats or a veggie option then add aioli or a blend of hummus and tahini. There are vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options.
Last but not least is the Just Crème Brulees van, which sells not just crème brulees but pots of creamy deliciousness that are gluten-free. Flavours include vanilla bean, Dutch cocoa, coconut and lime, salted caramel, and Bailey's and vanilla bean, as well as many other natural flavours. Just Crème Brulees also just added custard horns to their delectable offerings.
Inglewood Monday Night Markets are the ideal venue for a cheap and delicious meal, with plenty of tables to sit at, music and lots and lots of fantastic food.