I just came across the Nighthawk Diner when they were parked in Sydney's inner city suburb of Glebe. You couldn't go past their Food Truck that looks like a shiny silver bullet on wheels. The whole design of the Food Truck is reminiscent of the 1950-60s caravan.
The food was great. They had on offer:
- Chicken Burger
- Cheese Burger
- Shroom Burger
- Fries with cheese
I had the Cheese Burger. It was so good. The burger patty was very tasty topped with fresh lettuce, tomato, cheese, pickles and their special sauce on a brioche bun. This was complimented by a serving of their fries which were cooked perfectly and seasoned nicely with salt.
The team in the Food Truck were fun and friendly. Overall it was a great experience.
About The Nighthawk Diner
The Nighthawk Diner, was founded by Al and Jim, who are a couple of young chefs with backgrounds in French fine dining. Both of them travelled extensively in North America where they developed a love for American culture and cuisine. Through their creative efforts and love for American dining, The Nighthawks Diner was born. The name, The Nighthawks Diner was inspired by an American oil painting by Edward Hopper named 'Nighthawks'. The painting features a late night downtown American diner.
Where are they next?
To find out where they are next go to Sydney Food Trucks
This dish would go perfectly with a Gibbs Premium Pale Ale. Our Pale Ale was specifically crafted to match with minced meat dishes like burgers and sausages.