The International Food Court has long been a place of eating and drinking, and not much else. In fact, if you’re here and you’re not eating and/or drinking, you’re probably lost.
The mood here tends to drift between hunger and satedness, and all the other good ones, like buoyant and not bad, depending on the time of day.
You’ll find all kinds of healthy and unhealthy food and drinks here like pizza, burgers, Banh Mi and fresh juice. There are several vegetarian and vegan options and an inordinate number of coffee machines in operation from before you get up (or go to bed).
Across the two food courts (Southbank is the other one) there are always three or four caterers open 24 hours, so you will always be able to find something to eat, even if you stay up well past your usual bedtime.
If you have a troubled relationship with any storage proteins like glutelins and prolamins, which, together with starch, form the endosperm, there are a number of options available, but you might need to ask. You can also check the program to find out which stalls have gluten-free items, or email Aunty in the lead up and she’ll supply you with a handy list.
EVERYTHING that comes out of the food stalls at the Supernatural Amphitheatre can be composted. Use the compost bins beneath the green signs around the Amphitheatre and in the campgrounds.
You can also have your dishes washed at Coffee & Croissants. Just look for this sign: