Posted October 03, 2018 07:06:20 The food and drink options at Brisbane’s fifth tavern are set to be revamped.
The City of Brisbane has unveiled a new food and drinks menu for pubs across the city, which will include “fresh-baked bread” at Fortuna.
The food menu is the brainchild of the new restaurant owner and manager, Tom Williams.
“The idea was to make a fresh, tasty breakfast,” he said.
“We’ve got fresh bread and bacon and egg rolls.
We’ve got fruit and veg options.
We also have our own coffee and espresso.”
The menu also includes “bar snacks”, such as burgers and pizza.
“I think we’re starting to see a trend, particularly around breakfast,” Mr Williams said.
He’s aiming to start serving food at the new cafe in the middle of next month.
“People will get a great taste of what we do.”
“So we’re trying to offer a little bit of a kickback to the pub as well. “
We’re trying not to overcharge people.” “
So we’re trying to offer a little bit of a kickback to the pub as well.
We’re trying not to overcharge people.”
Mr Williams will be opening his new restaurant in the centre of Brisbane’s CBD at 6.30pm on October 3.
Mr Williams also plans to expand his bar menu to a wider range of drinks.
The new menu will include a selection of local beers, including local brews.
He also plans on launching a new range of wine bars at his new cafe.
The cafe will have its first bar in October.
“It’s going to be really exciting for the city to have an area that’s going into the pubs to make sure people get a taste of it,” he laughed.
The city has previously invested in a cafe at the site of the old Fortunas, where food was served daily.
But it’s not clear if the new space will cater for the cafe or just serve food.
Mr Tarrant is planning to open a new bar and restaurant at his old Fortunate Bar.
“Our main focus is to make our own food and we’re just really excited to see what it’s going be,” he told News.au.
“A lot of people don’t really like breakfast.
We don’t like breakfast food.
Mr Terrant said his new location will include his former Fortunamas menu. “
At least we can see what we’re getting out of it.”
Mr Terrant said his new location will include his former Fortunamas menu.
“You can take the eggs and toast off it and have breakfast with them.
It’s a really nice change of pace for me,” he joked.