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The Creative Issue – News for Creatives | February 27, 2020

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AboutGiulietta Avenia, Author at The Creative Issue

Giulietta Avenia

Giulietta Avenia

Food means everything to me. Whether it be listening to my Nonno’s stories of his restaurant, learning tricks of the trade from my chef brother or simply devouring every dish my mum places in front of me, food to me is family and thus, food is love. With this love in mind, I endeavor to find the best restaurants and cafes in Brisbane and to share them with those I love: fellow foodies. I’m a sucker for a traditional pizza and the way to my heart is with a cracking cocktail. Feed me these and I’m yours.

Posts By Giulietta Avenia

Don’t worry! Greek food exists after Paniyiri

June 2, 2014 |

Alas, Paniyiri is over for another year. No more honey puffs, no more zorba dancing, no more char grilled octopus. Right? Wrong!

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Bird’s Nest Yakitori and Bar

June 1, 2014 |

Tucked away on the corner of Melbourne and Browning St in South Brisbane is Bird’s Nest Yakitori and Bar. It can be hard to find amongst the gaudy signage of its neighbouring restaurants but seeking it out is well worth the effort.

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Sorellina Pizzeria

May 25, 2014 |

I’m Italian. I love pizza. It is my favourite meal and while I might not last eating pizza for 24 years straight , I do eat it once a week and it always makes me happy.

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Jacu Espresso

May 24, 2014 |

Tucked away on the corner of Bennetts Rd and Crown St is one of Norman Park’s favourite cafes: Jacu Espresso.

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The Hot Spots of Hawthorne Road

May 17, 2014 |

Whilst Hawthorne might seem light-years away to those on the north side, to the south siders it’s as central as you can get. Here’s my pick for some of the best places to eat at Hawthorne Road.

Bungalow 4171 is … Read More

Korean Fried Chicken

May 17, 2014 |

I luuurrrve fried chicken.

“Sure”, I hear you saying- “who doesn’t like fried chicken?” “It’s delicious.”

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Toro Bravo

May 10, 2014 |

I find menus tough work. Food is such an important aspect of my life and I love so many flavours that having to choose one main from a list of 6+ can be very hard for me! #firstworldproblems Read More

The Jetty Oxford

May 10, 2014 |

It can be hard finding the middle ground of restaurants. That golden spot between restaurants that are cheap with ingredients from who knows where and who knows how old and restaurants on the other end of the scale where you … Read More

Yum Cha at Francie Mays

May 3, 2014 |

That’s it. I’ve found it. The banquet to end all banquets. The Asian feast that will put every Lazy Susan to shame. The Yum Cha that makes me go yum yum and want to cha-cha all around the restaurant (and I am not even ashamed by that pun I mean it so heartily).

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Pearl Cafe

May 3, 2014 |

Pearl is a charmingly quaint café that has become a staple of Woolloongabba’s Antique Corner. Whilst new, faddish restaurants and cafes seem to come and go in this area, Pearl is a Woolloongabba institution serving up quality bistro style food since 2007. Read More

Lock ‘n’ Load Bistro

April 27, 2014 |

Lock ‘n’ Load at West End is an easygoing bistro, with the main focus of attraction their courtyard that invites its patrons to unwind with a glass of their favourite drink.

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All day breakfast at The Ponycat Cafe

April 26, 2014 |

I am by no means a morning person. Conversation is wasted on me before my morning coffee with the majority of my answers being restricted to one word.

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Eat Street Markets

April 19, 2014 |

The Eat Street Markets at Hamilton Wharf provide a fresh, new and exciting venue for street food that delivers on every level of taste.

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