Frites et Crêpes Vintage French Van is welcoming visitors at the entrance of the Village.
Frites et Crêpes Vintage French Van is a collaboration of two experienced food truck operators specialising in authentic Breton style French crêpes and heavenly French Fries.
Using the freshest of local organic ingredients, Claudette’s Vintage Van is going to create a truly memorable food truck French experience at Bastille Festival 2017.
The Van will save you Fresh French fries all day long to go with your French craft beers.
Did you know…
The French fry—though indisputably a fry—may not actually be French. Some claim that fries originated in Belgium, where villagers along the River Meuse traditionally ate fried fish. In winter, when the river froze, the fish-deprived villagers fried potatoes instead. It’s said that this dish was discovered by American soldiers in Belgium during World War I and, since the dominant language of southern Belgium is French, they dubbed the tasty potatoes “French” fries.
You will find Frites et Crêpes Vintage French Van at the entrance of the French Village underneath Cahill Expressway, Circular Quay, Sydney.