Whether you are after a quick bite, a drink or want to sit down and soak up the famous Albert Park atmosphere over a meal, the extensive catering and beverage options at the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019 will suit all tastes.
Burgers, kebabs, tapas, smoked meats, seafood, fried chicken, loaded fries, pizza, coffee, cold Heineken® beer, great wines and a range of spirits – you name it and you can get it!
Read on for our comprehensive guide of where to head when hunger and thirst strikes …
Don’t be confused by the acronym. St Kilda Burger Bar will be dishing up a range of mouth-watering burgers, using only the best grass fed 100 per cent certified Angus Beef from Victoria. See them at Gate 1.
On site in the M-Lane, this Japanese fusion food truck is always popular at Melbourne’s The Night Market. Come and find out why!
Not far from Miso Fresh is this Shane Delia creation, serving kebabs, falafel, unmissable chips and classic milkshakes.
The Refresher Truck
If you need to cool down, head to F1 Central for a range of delicious smoothies and juices including the popular Cocoberry and Mango Colada.
Also at F1 Central is Royal Stacks, popular with foodies and burger-lovers, particularly for ‘The Kavorka’ burger, which features crispy fried chicken, cheesy sauce, coleslaw, pickles and chipotle mayo.
Sliders on Tyres
If sliders are more your thing, pair some of these great mini-burgers with fries for a taste sensation. Available at Heineken Village.
Located on Champions Gateway, this San Antone pop-up – normally exclusive to Crown Melbourne – provides delectable smoked meats, tasty sides and signature cocktails and is sure to be a winner with fans.
The Flour Pit
Located on Legends Lane, The Flour Pit will feature an array of sweet and savoury favourites, including the cheesecake doughnut.
Black Bear BBQ
Find out for yourself why Black Bear’s low and slow barbecue wins rave reviews. Check it out at F1 Central.
Hot dogs, chile dogs, loaded fries and nachos will all prove popular at Agape Organic, situated at Heineken Village.
The food options at the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2019 are not limited to the ones above, too, with Twisted Fisherman presenting a host of seafood options and a further range of other food outlets available on track.
And something to drink?
There are 27 bars across the circuit, with The Albert – located on Champions Gateway – an exciting new destination bar in the heart of the venue.
DJs will spin tunes as the action unfolds on big screens at The Albert, a much-anticipated new arrival to the precinct.
The Heineken House and H3 Bar in Heineken Village will also be kept busy, while Red Bull Bars will be present at M-Lane and Legends Lane.
There’s Club 15 powered by tappit, too, while Genovese return to the Formula 1® Australian Grand Prix as official coffee supplier, with four outlets across the circuit giving fans always-desired caffeine.
And, of course, there will be a range of other outlets to purchase drinks on the go from.