1940s-style diner NKB Express opens in Indooroopilly
First they brought you the likes of Nantucket Kitchen & Bar, and now just a stone’s throw away they’ve unveiled the sweet new NKB Express. Maintaining an American bent, but this time throwing back to the epic era of the 1940s, TJ and Kim Peabody’s new cafe and restaurant takes cues from the milkbars and diners of yesteryear with sepia tones and olive-green booths. Focused on fast takeaway and casual dining, the venue offers many of the original Nantucket favourites such as the famous cherry pie and house-made ice-cream, plus plenty of gourmet burgers, bagels, hot dogs and waffles to round out the menu.
Grass-fed beef, organic chicken, house-made condiments and sugar-free buns combine to create some divine charcoal-grilled burger offerings, such as the Tribeca of pulled Bangalow pork with chipotle barbecue sauce and red cabbage slaw, or the Meat Packer of Wagyu beef with bacon jam, pepper jack cheese, mustard mayo, cos lettuce, tomato and a pickle. Bagels and waffles are available all day for hungry sleepy heads, while burgers and hot dogs hit the menu from 10:00 am. Team your feast with a side of onion rings, sweet potato or French fries, and an Oreo shake, classic soda or spider. Beer and wine will be available in the coming months.
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