Eating on the move just got easier with All Real Food
A new wave of self-service dining has hit Brisbane, with fresh salads, smoothies and snacks available at select stockists around town.
The All Real Food self-service cafe is an ingenious invention from the brains of co-founders Daniella Stalling and Mark Woodhead. Focusing on nutritional and tasty meals to go, All Real Food attempts to make obtaining good food easier. Meals and treats are made fresh daily at a centralised kitchen by holistic head chef Keng Murray, packaged and transported to a collection of state-of-the-art vending machines. The machines boast integrated touch screens showing a menu of available stock, which is kept refrigerated at all times in multi-layered jars that are made from recyclable Free Food-grade PET plastic.
Customers can purchase from a range of ten salads, five breakfast options, three snacks, five sweets and four smoothies. Salads such as pesto pasta and potato salad can be topped with a choice of free-range meat including lemon and herb chicken or roast beef, followed up with a caramel slice or beauty boost bite. If you normally suffer from 3:30-itis you can grab some felafels to tide you over or a green superfood smoothie to fill the gaps. All Reall Food will soon be stocking soups and make at home options. You can currently find All Real Foods products at the All Real Food headquarters and That Little Place in Mount Gravatt East, as well as Flannerys Organic Supermarket in Taringa, Hello Squirrel Espresso Bar in South Brisbane and Think Paleo in Newstead. A self-service cafe will be appearing soon in the Fortitude Valley train station, stocked to the brim with healthy meals and treats.
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