What some of our catering clients and customers have said about The Satay Hut..
“We held our employee end of year Christmas celebrations on the lawns of Yalumba in a ‘gypsy’ style gathering. Adam from The Satay Hut was a huge help right from the very early stages of organisations!
The menu was not only flexible, but was also affordable and the guys were happy to travel to accommodate our party. I can only say that I hope we hold a similar function in the not too distant future to have The Satay Hut up our way again!”
Administrator – Yalumba Wine Company
“To whom it may concern, I want to record my endorsement for The Satay Hut who have been a regular stallholder at WOMADelaide every year since 2008. They were also one of the stallholders at WOMAD Earth Station at Belair National Park in 2010.
The Satay Hut was also a welcome addition to the stallholders for the Neil Finn/Paul Kelly Concert, the free Opening Event for the 2013 Adelaide Festival.
The Satay Hut is a South Australian company providing a premium product using many local ingredients. They fit well with the breadth of food experiences we look for in our range of stalls.
The Satay Hut is a compact and tidy food wagon. It is always well presented with a fantastic menu including the “best dim sims in the Southern Hemisphere”. They keep their site very clean and Adam Jones would have to be one of the happiest and friendliest stallholders I have come across. Everything seems to go pretty smoothly around the Satay Hut and I think there is more to this than mere coincidence.
The Satay Hut stall adds a vibrancy and an authentic Asian flavor experience for our patrons and we look forward to including them in future WOMADelaide Festivals.
WOMADelaide Stallholder Coordinator
“Food trucks are the latest craze taking the world by a storm and luckily for me I get to be a part of the action, right from my office! As of late last year my workplace set up a Mobile Food Vendor database and as a result we have two options available each day at different locations on campus. I usually bring my lunch to work and the weather has made going outside unbearable lately (46°C anyone?), but last week I was coerced by a co-worker into heading down to the plaza for lunch after a long meeting.
I was super impressed with the freshness of my meal. The salad was crispy and bright green and the wrap was soft, no sign of staleness. As it was served fresh (un-toasted) this was very important to me, I hate dry bread! The spring roll was definitely the highlight though, it was delicious! I have my favourite chicken spring rolls available just down the road from a local Asian restaurant and I’m very happy to report that these pork ones were on par with those. Crispy and juicy inside; they were not served with any sauce but they didn’t need it. Yum, next time The Satay Hut is around I’ll be back for those spring rolls.”