The brand’s appeal lies within the open kitchen plan, allowing customers to see all aspects of food preparation and experience the authentic Italian cooking methods. The food is simple and uncomplicated, resulting in Italian dishes that are made fresh daily, including the handmade pasta and 48-hour-aged pizza dough.
Capturing the smells and tastes of Rome’s bustling streets, Italian Street Kitchen will offer guests a unique and affordable dining
“We are excited to open in Brisbane’s newest premier retail and dinning precinct amongst the line-up of other premium restaurants.The area is vibrant, young and fresh which complements the Roman street cuisine and atmosphere of our brand,” said Mauro Marcucci, Italian Street Kitchen Restaurateur.
Flavours true to what might be found in Rome have been infused throughout the menu. Favourites to watch out for include the arancini made from roasted pumpkin, smoked provolone, parmesan, thyme and panko crumb.
For seafood lovers, the Marinara Blanca is recommended, made with fresh seafood and sautéed with olive oil, garlic, chilli, and parsley sauce.
If you’re in the mood for a heartier meal, you cannot ignore the range of spit roasts, such as the marinated lamb shoulder which is drizzled with sea salt, garlic, and rosemary. For the pizza devotees, the Gustosa pizz,a topped with mozzarella, mushroom, Italian sausage, Parmesan, and truffle oil, is a must try item.
An exciting new addition to Gasworks Plaza’s already buzzing food scene, Italian Street Kitchen is sure to become a popular choice for diners.
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