Over the past five years, the Korean restaurant industry has performed very well within the broader picture of the food service sector.
Unfortunately, the pandemic has also hit this sector hard. The catering industry in Korea today sees many more closures than start ups. Today, however, I'm talking about something that is about to see the light: Streat.
Opening a restaurant can be a high risk investment. A mere calculation: an average start-up of a restaurant can cost up to $ 65.000, a food start-up can go up to $ 12.000.
Streat, a kitchen that moves on its own
With this scenario in mind, Lee Sungwook wants to propose a solution for anyone who wants to start their own restaurant with less risk.
Streat is a futuristic food delivery platform in autonomous driving which can operate as a rental of mobile kitchens. The model is similar to that of the rental of a food truck, but it is a highly customizable mobile kitchen.
The transparent module of each Streat vehicle simplifies communication in all directions. The autonomous platform allows you to easily move to different places to sell the most diverse dishes and products.
Versatile and dynamic
Streat is equipped with various kitchen modules that allow the system to design any style. An intelligent and safe platform to adapt to any cooking style.
The Streat stand-alone food delivery platform features a unique U-shaped kitchen. The module creates a sliding design, which allows a discreet freedom of movement for a small brigade of two cooks.
For large orders (I think of offices, or even outdoor places with many users) you can order a series of meals and see, in fact, the entire restaurant that cooks the dishes while it is already moving to deliver them.