You may have seen an ultra-groovy 1975 classic Chevrolet C30 pick-up cruising the streets of the Gold Coast or Brisbane or at a recent event. And if the aromatic smells of delicious food have lured you a little closer to the colourful painted truck, you’ve been one of the lucky ones to give Pequeña Cocina (Little Kitchen) a go.
A family-run business headed up by head chef Dave and wife Alison Watts, Pequeña Cocina serves up a tantalising array of authentic Latin American street food.
With an ever-changing menu and servicing events, breweries, festivals and a range of private functions, Pequeña Cocina has won the hearts of local foodies and is a passionate supporter of Diego’s.
Alison says Diego’s came on board when Pequeña Cocina was established three years ago.
“When we first launched the business, we looked at a number of suppliers, but Diego’s was the clear pick from the get-go,” Alison says.
“With an outstanding array of products and a true commitment to the authentic flavours of Mexico, we could see that this was a special company right away who stood out from the crowd.
“It’s incredibly important to support local business, and we are proud to work with Diego’s and have them support us in return.
“The Diego’s tortillas are so versatile, and we use them in everything from corn chips and taquitos through to quesadillas and tacos.
“We also can’t sing the praises of the Diego’s team enough. From production staff all the way up to management, they really are an amazing company to work with.
“In our industry, things can change at the drop of a hat and there hasn’t been a single occasion where Diego’s hasn’t been willing to help us in any way they can.
“For a small business with our own unique challenges, it means a great deal that they accommodate for us.”
For more information on Pequeña Cocina, be sure to visit the website.
5-7 Hutchinson St, Burleigh Heads Qld 4220 Australia