- Streat tells its customers it is food for the soul and in this case, nobody could argue. It is a new social enterprise that provides homeless youth and the disadvantages with a pathway into the hospitality sector. In conjunction with a local tafe, they will gain a qualification for working here. The food itself borrows from the Asian Hawker style way of cooking, but with varying seasonal cuisines. At the moment they are serving gourmet sandwiches such as Slow roasted Argentinian beef with smoked paprika mayo, pickled red onions and chimichurri sauce and Moroccan chicken with housemade harissa mayonnaise, preserved lemon, and pickled cucumber. The food is great value for money and there are two carts in Melbourne (one at Fed Square), with a possibility of more to follow.
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