Food Review Scene: Chadstone Food Trucks- Smokin Barry’s Slow Cooked BBQ

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As summer and the silly season kicks in, more patrons are visiting Chaddie’s Food Trucks on Friday night to eat a bite and do some X-mas shopping.

Tonight’s selection was based on a hankering for something spicy and filling. Smokin Barry’s Slow Cooked Barbecue, Barry Williams $13 mammoth roll fit the bill perfectly. Names of dishes are a variation on the theme of Barry which is a nice touch. Prices are a tad steep.

The Barry Williams consisted of pulled Pork with a generous amount of home made sauce, guacamole and liberal slices of pickled jalapeño. The roll was tasty and filled with a generous amount of tender, juicy pulled pork, and had a mild smoky BBQ flavour, rather than a more pronounced one typical of authentic US fare. Jalapeño and Guacamole complemented the meat well, and the jalapeno wasn’t too hot. Overall a satisfying meal for a hungry punter.

Lbarry williamsicensing laws prevent alcohol being served in the food truck area, and this is definitely food that can be enjoyed with a crisp beer or two.
Coke courtesy of Coles :)

Chadstone Shopping Centre,

1341 Dandenong Road Chadstone 3148
Telephone: (03) 9563 3355

11AM- 10PM Until Sunday 3rd January 2016.

Reviews are unannounced and paid for by What’s My Scene.

 

About Anna-Maria Megalogenis 166 Articles
Anna-Maria has been writing for Street Press in Melbourne and Sydney for over 20 years. She is passionate about food, music and the arts, is an avid reader and used to hand write reviews for Beat Magazine at the Great Britain Hotel, where a patron once suggested she was ripping off articles in Rolling Stone magazine.

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