People are blown away by the Hungarian lángos in Australia
Another street food truck selling Hungarian food became successful in pretty much the other part of the world: Australia. There is even a review about the Rare Flower in a local newspaper.
“The Rare Flower is over the moon! Today we had our first official review by PerthNow. Big Hug to Perth, we love you all!!!! Erika and Peter” this is how they expressed their gratitude in their Facebook post.
Szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu writes that the food truck offers traditional Hungarian food like dödölle and lángos, but you can also eat spicy French fries, salads and hot-dog. The price of the lángos starts at 9,20 Australian dollars which is the equivalent of 1900 Ft-s. You can choose from a variety of different sweet and salty toppings.
PerthNow writes that Rare Flower provides traditional Hungarian food on wheels.
“With more and more food trucks popping up around Perth it’s great to see so many different cultures represented on the food scene.”
The owners of the food truck are Erika and Peter who moved to Australia in 2012. They had both worked in catering before, but they say that the most important thing is that they love what they do as much as they love each other and Perth. They learned their basic recipes from their mothers.
They say that their mission is to offer something new, exciting and fresh for everyone who enjoys eating honest food prepared fresh from quality ingredients. Food is part of our culture; they would love to share it with everyone. Their motto is: “We cook from our heart, as we learned it from our mothers.”
“If you have never had Hungarian food make sure you get down to Rare Flower — you won’t be disappointed” writes PerthNow.
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