AboutGiulietta Avenia, Author at The Creative Issue
Returning to an old favourite after a long time apart is an immensely satisfying experience. The menu, whilst subtly changed, still contains dishes that you fell in love with years before. The bustle of the kitchen is still as energising as before and the waiters, whilst younger, newer models, still hold that je ne sais quoi that makes you want to both flirt and become best friends with them in the one moment.
With a strong focus on fresh, locally sourced produce and food that gives back to the community, rather than just filling your belly, Plenty at West End is fast becoming one of Brisbaneâ€™s most sustainable cafes serving delicious, wholesome food.
A medium-rare beef patty. Gooey cheese oozing on top. A ladle of rich tomato jam and a pour of mustard mayo. Throw in some pickles and nestle it all lovingly between the glossiest, softest buns Â and there you have burger perfection. Or, should I say, â€˜churfectionâ€™.
The Moubarak brothers are seriously Godâ€™s gift to the Brisbane dining scene.Â TheirÂ cocktails at Laruche are delicious and the melt-in-your-mouth wagyu brisket at Gerard’s is orgasmic. Aside: if Gerard was an actual person I would wed him.
Friday nights are meant for dancing; for letting the wine and the good times flow. Theyâ€™re meant for meeting up with friends for post work or uni drinks and to promptly forget all the woes of the past 5 days.