Dale, Monero Ngarigo, the chef, owner and entrepreneur behind Street Feast has a passion for sharing the finest ingredients and more specifically, native ingredients. He uses local suppliers where possible, but a lot of it is still foraged by the community working on the land. It’s very expensive as there isn’t enough mainstream demand for it yet. He would love to see Indigenous Community all across Australia faring their own foods, in their ways, from their peoples.
We started humbly but with a grand plan: To create the finest slow cooked meats And with nothing but a Marquee and this dream, we’ve grown and grown and exploded to this point where you’re reading this right now and probably salivating.
Our secret? It’s not one, admittedly. The best ingredients is a big part. An unrelenting love for the food is the other big part. Between those two, we think we pretty much have our food bases covered.
Turns out we also like people, though. We’re not making these delicious, creations to not share them with our human species brethren. We hope to share them with you, in fact. As our calendar books up with private events, weddings, you will find us out less and less on road, so if you want to try our food for your upcoming event, just book a tasting with us Contact Jenni to book a time to suit you.
Street Feast is an Indigenous Owner/Operator business, with Dale being a proud Monero Ngarigo man, from Orbost in East Gippsland. Street Feast is THE original ‘Low and Slow’ Street Food Vendor in Melbourne and it is the work of husband and wife team, Dale and Jenni, based in Campbellfield, Melbourne. They have over 30 years combined experience in the hospitality industry from cooking and creating, to Front of House management and exceptional customer service.
Dale has meticulously created Street Feast’s signature, secret recipe dry rub which is a blend of herbs and spices. This mouthwatering dry rub is cooked with all the meats for a true Street Feast.