Upon missing the home cooked flavors of Taiwan and the limited choices of Street Food available in Melbourne, Jenny Chen made the decision to bring what she had experienced in Taiwan back to the streets of Melbourne.
The name ‘Ghost Kitchen’ was inspired by ancient and ceremonial customs of offering food and drink to those who had passed over.
With a sense of duty and respect for the traditions of Taiwan, the street-food inspired menu remains faithful to the recipes of Chen’s ancestors. Jenny believes in food that is healthy, nutritious with bold and exciting flavors and this passion is reflected within the fresh ingredients used, which are sourced from local farmer’s markets.
From just a single marquee at the local farmers markets, Ghost Kitchen has grown to include a successful food truck with catering and function services. The truck regularly serves at music festivals, food and wine festivals, corporate functions, weddings, art exhibitions and birthday parties, offering a unique and convenient approach to celebrations.
Ghost Kitchen is something a little bit different amongst the wave of food trucks. Staying true to authentic flavors and traditions, the food served out of this colorful truck has a modern twist that’ll send your taste buds on a mini holiday to the streets of Taiwan.