Taiwanese Street Food
Proud to be the only Taiwanese food truck in Melbourne (and possibly the country), Ghost Kitchen has been around since the early days of the Melbourne food truck revolution.
Remaining authentic to her native country of birth, owner Jenny Chen - Hewson is a true Taiwanese local. She chose her newly adopted city of Melbourne to launch a food truck that reflected the tastes, flavors and culture of Taiwan.
“Ghost Kitchen was the first real ‘Asian’ inspired food truck. We were prompted by early food truck adopters who helped pave the way for us to make our mark on the Melbourne street food scene.”
Serving up mouth-watering crowd favourites including their delicious Salt ‘n’ Pepper Popcorn Chicken, Ghost Kitchen is one not to be missed.
“Without a doubt the customers are our favorite part of the gig! We have met the most fascinating and diverse array of people, who have positively contributed to the stories and memories we cherish as part of this vibrant and dynamic industry.”
One such memorable occasion was when a large riot stormed the gates next to the Ghost Kitchen Food Truck at the 2015 Falls Festival.
“Our van only just managed to stay upright due to the large number of punters that tried to upturn our humble little chariot!”
The huge success of Ghost Kitchen has inspired Jenny and her team to bring a new Taiwanese-inspired dessert food truck to the streets of Melbourne.
“We have decided to introduce Melbourne’s first and only shave ice truck, Snow Ghost. As soon as the temperature starts to rise, Snow Ghost will be there to soothe your shave ice cravings!”