Just when people thought the toastie was old news, Cheesy Street drove along. Owner Cheney Lawson fell in love with food trucks while travelling. She figured everyone loves cheese toasties and Adelaide didn’t have many food trucks, and put two and two together.
The menu is frequently changing, but there are a few standards on the menu. The Kevin Bacon is filled with bacon, Philly spread, beetroot relish, rocket and provolone. The Cheese On Cheese On Cheese does what it says with provolone, vintage cheddar and provolone picante.
On occasion you’ll also find the Holy Guacamole (nachos in a toastie) or the Mac Attack (mac and cheese). There are always vegetarian options too, such as the Magic Mushroom – sautéed mushrooms, balsamic onions, spinach and Havarti. Whichever option you choose, you can be sure the cheese will be gooey and flavoursome.
If toasties had a human equivalent, it would be the staff working the grill – pleasant, comforting and they always deliver. While some food trucks may lack consistency, Cheesy Street is, like cheese itself, truly reliable. Knock back a classic milkshake to complete the childhood nostalgia.
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