TOASTA specialises in reconnecting people with their inner-child through nostalgic eating experiences. We’re all about creating meals that warm your heart, with combinations of dreamy and feel-good flavours.


Eating at TOASTA is like hanging your head out of the car window and feeling the breeze, riding a trolley through the supermarket aisle when no one’s looking, sitting on a skateboard and rolling down a steep hill. TOASTA brings you back to your core and reminds you to treat yo self. Let your hair down. Live a little. You be you.


TOASTA  is built on a foundation of cheekiness. We take pride in curating your favourite recipes and we disguise the experience with grown-up sophistication, so you can take time out from everyday adulting, guilt-free. It’s our little secret.


In 2014, the first member of the TOASTA family was born - TOASTA food truck. 

TOASTA truck quickly became a favourite among the Melbourne food truck scene, appearing at a range of festivals and events across Victoria, and booking a range of private catering events from the get go.

The truck now focused mainly on private catering. Click here to enquire about TOASTA at your next event!


With the truck occupied with private events, it meant our loyal customers weren't able to get their fix... this lead to the creation of TOASTA & Co. cafe - a place to call home for TOASTA truck, and where our friends can come get their hands on a toasta whenever they please! Located in West Melbourne, the old school corner store offers an extended TOASTA menu, as well as a breakfast menu, coffee, grab and go food and alcohol.


After 2 years of customers asking how they can perfect their toastas at home, we decided to give them the tool they need!

Introducing the TOASTA press! Available in store and  ONLINE                  ***CURRENTLY SOLD OUT***

As featured on BROADSHEET!





 "..of the many food trucks cropping up at the moment, Toasta is one you need to take notice of..."

-Broadsheet Melbourne

"Crunchy, stringy, piping hot and balanced with a king-hit of fresh herbs or veg, be warned — these cheese-filled contraptions are dangerously addictive."

-Broadsheet Melbourne