Catani Gardens is bordered by Jacka Boulevard, Beaconsfield Parade and Pier Road in St Kilda. There's also a pedestrian ramp into the gardens from the upper esplanade that overpasses the Jacka Boulevard roadway.
ISFF brings you two fun filled days of international food from the best local vendors of street food and entertainment in the form of sights and sounds from around the globe, a diverse range of Melbourne's upcoming talent of 'live' music, artistic performances, and kid's and roving entertainment.
All in one of Melbourne's beautiful areas, Catani Gardens will be transformed into a paradise of street food aromas and flavours, with multicultural sounds wafting in the wind amongst tall palm trees, beautiful grasslands and the ocean breeze.
Sounds too wonderful to miss out on what is a joyful celebration where producers, manufacturers, food vendors and restaurants communicate with us by enticing us with more than palatable offerings in a beautiful environment.
Akin to a bustling food market in any country, these shared experiences give us insight into other cultures. It's also ISFF's vision to bring everyone together through food and to spread acceptance, social cohesion and harmony in this beautiful country we call home.
With around 35 different world cuisines to sample, ALL the food vendors will have a sample plate of their most popular dishes for under $10.
Not just about food, there's the 'Style Runway' to look forward to as well. Showcasing for the second year running, you'll get a chance to feast your eyes on some of the hottest summer and latest fashion designs at this fashion parade from around 18 different designers.
With a farmers' market and fashion shows running each day of the event, the intent of pleasuring all of your five senses at this festival is strong. Don't miss out!
Please do keep an eye on their Facebook Page or join the Event Page to keep informed of more event announcements and updates to come. You can also follow them on twitter: @istreetfoodfest and Instagram: @internationalstreetfoodfest. The website is the place to go for the survival guide, or f you're wanting to participate as a volunteer i.e.email them (firstname.lastname@example.org).