Kaki Lima RMIT

Kaki Lima’s modern take on Indonesian street food is filled with nostalgic childhood memories in Indonesia. From a young age, Kaki Lima’s founders were constantly exposed to the authentic and vibrant flavours of street food sold from ‘kaki lima’. These carts, a mish- mash of colours and wonderful aromas, would offer them a feast of nasi gila – literally crazy rice, rubber noodle, bala- bala vegie fritters, and much more.



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Building 80 RMIT

1 Stewart St
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia

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3 9995 4655

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