The Crosstown Eating House
Tiernan Silcock | On 24, Aug 2013
Located amongst the abundance of quirkiness that is Logan Road sits The Crosstown Eating House.
A cafÃ©, restaurant and bar, Crosstown is a two-storey, picturesque, 1920â€™s building that screams for attention before you even walk through the doors.
With an interior that reflects its antique surroundings, there is an instant â€˜home comfortâ€™ feel â€“ little fuss but a whole lot of heart.
The menu follows suit with large servings of rich, flavorsome meals that donâ€™t leave you feeling disappointed.
My eveningâ€™s order:
Starter: Sticky pork spare ribs $23
Main Course: Seafood brodetto $31 served with fish, prawns, calamari, mussels, risoni, tomato & crusty bread
Main Course:Â Confit chicken $29 served with chilli creamed corn, green beans & jus
Be warned, Crosstown is fully licensed and there is no BYO, but with a heap of amazing cocktails on the menu this is really not a problem!
The venue is also available for functions in the UPTOWN bar. Located on the second floor, this space can be booked for groups of up to 55 people.
Woolloongabba has, until recently, been something of a mystery to me â€¦ However with all of the amazing little eateries I have been discovering of late, itâ€™s a suburb that I will definitely be visiting more often!
WhereÂ 23 Logan Road, Woolloongabba, Queensland, 4102
Tuesday till Saturday
Breakfast: 7am – 11:45am
Lunch: 12noon – 2:30pm
Dinner: 6pm – 9:45pm
Breakfast: 7am – 12 noon
or (07) 3162 3839