Cumberland City Council’s Ramadan Street Food Festival returns to Auburn

The Ramadan Street Food Festival returns to the streets of Auburn for one night only this year following a two-year hiatus during the pandemic. The festival will be jam-packed with a huge line-up of food trucks and street food stalls in an authentic outdoor dining experience.

There will be a delectable range of cuisines with over 15 food vendors serving up an array of exotic foods including; African fusion food, pizza, Turkish kofte rolls, falafel and kebabs, vegan Egyptian street food, souvlaki wraps and more.

Mayor Lisa Lake said it’s an important time of year for the community to mark Ramadan together in Cumberland.

“The Ramadan Street Food Festival in the Auburn Town Centre will be a family friendly event under the night sky. It is an opportunity for us all to gather with loved ones, savour a wonderful array of delicious cuisines and share in the Ramadan spirit of peace and kindness.” Said Mayor Lisa Lake.

Join us for the Ramadan Street Food Festival on Saturday April 23 from 6pm – 12 midnight, Auburn Town Centre, Auburn Road, Auburn.

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This event is proudly funded by the NSW Government’s The Festival Of Place Open Streets program.

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