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La Sala del Prado, QAG
Food & Drink

Indulge in authentic Spanish tapas at La Sala del Prado

Imagine you’re an artist in Spain, drinking freshly poured glasses of sangria in between painting canvases, while the delicate sound of flamenco guitar caresses your ears. The Sala Cafe in La Sala del Prado at the Queensland Art Gallery transports you to this dreamy landscape as you try your hand at life drawing and sample authentic cuisine from this colourful culture. more

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Sichuan Bang Bang, Kenmore
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Chinese haunt Sichuan Bang Bang opens in Kenmore

Serving the traditional cuisine of the Sichuan province in south-west China is new Kenmore restaurant Sichuan Bang Bang. Moving in to a space that was originally a Chinese takeaway shop that had been there since 1968, new owner Renata Roberts has gutted and re-fitted the shop with Chinese and custom-made furniture and a new kitchen, but she has kept the original signage above the store as a tribute to the locale’s history. more

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champ kitchen + bar, south bank
Food & Drink

Anouk opens champ kitchen + bar at South Bank

A new foodie creation by Justine Whelan (of Anouk fame) has opened at South Bank. Located on the ground floor of the ABC’s headquarters, champ kitchen + bar is the first of many new restaurants that are set to open up on the Cultural Forecourt end of South Bank’s main street. more

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Regional Flavours Kitchen Stories
Food & Drink

Become a locavore at Regional Flavours, South Bank

Absorb your senses in a little slow food culture this weekend at Regional Flavours at South Bank. A celebration of Queensland produce from ground to table, Regional Flavours exhibits the many varied food traditions present within our state, from traditional migrant recipes to native indigenous foods turning gourmet. more


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The Street Photographer: Gerard's Bistro
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The Street Photographer: Gerard’s Bistro

As Gerard’s Bistro prepares to open its doors, the creative minds behind Lychee Lounge and Laruche have taken a step up in the food realm, creating a very much restaurant-focused locale. Featuring a menu that ranges from small and large plates to bar food and lavish desserts, the brothers settled on Southern European cuisine with a North African spice for their latest gastronome adventure. Check out Gerard’s Bistro on The Street Photographer.   more

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the-kettle-and-tin
Food & Drink

The Kettle and Tin opens in Paddington

A flurry of all-day dining, The Kettle and Tin has opened in Paddington much to the delight of local breakfast go-ers and watering-hole aficionados. Brother to The Ponycat in New Farm, The Kettle and Tin is too run by the colourful Asa Boardman, known for his decorated cafe walls and dedication to a service environment. more

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Sardine Tin
Food & Drink

The Street Photographer: Sardine Tin

Like French sister restaurant Piaf, Sardine Tin at South Bank is seductively European in its cuisine and relaxing atmosphere. Best enjoyed pre-sunset with a chilled glass of French sauvignon blanc, unwind with gastronome pleasure in this open-air tapas bar. With a new menu every eight weeks, a visit to Sardine Tin is ever-fresh, with the share plates and light meals curated to the available seasonal produce. Jams and relishes are made in house, adding a flavoursome twist to meals. Try the warm olives and Pumpkin and Pinenut Arancini to start, followed by the softest of gnocchi, and the Buche d’affinois cheese with sweet quince paste to close, all the while people-watching, grazing and savouring this humble yet gourmet experience in the company of friends. Check out Sardine Tin on The Street Photographer. more