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Indonesia has a long history of roving street food, so it was only a matter of time before an Indonesian food truck hit the streets of Melbourne. Satay Truck main offering are charcoal grilled satays, which are as close as you're going to get to the smoky stuff in Jakarta. They also make popular takeaway meals like nasi uduk (coconut rice with beef rendand and other condiments), a classic nasi goreng, and gado gado, a salad of tempeh, blanched vegetables and peanut sauce. (Facebook @sataytruck)