Nodo, one of Australia’s first gluten free bakery cafes, has undergone extensive renovations to its Newstead location, expanding its offering and introducing its very first brunch table service, which launched on Monday 27 August.

Renowned for its gluten free “baked not fried” donuts, Nodo has quickly become a favourite among the Brisbane food scene. Founder Kate Williams has recently renovated the iconic space to cater to popular demand. “We originally launched with just a takeaway concept in mind, and then gradually had to acquire the space next door, with lines of customers out the door,” said Kate. “We knew it was time to expand on our current offering and upgrade our kitchen to produce more baked goods, as well as introducing table service to our repertoire to compliment our brand new brunch menu.”

There new spring menu will feature some never before seen meals and showcase a range of gluten free breads and sourdough that will be made in house. The three week renovation has seen upgrades to the kitchen and bakery to increase their production, more seating, table service for the new dine in experience, a more fluent grab-and-go system and a new spring brunch menu.

The contemporary light filled space features concrete counters, polished concrete floors and ample seating so patrons can enjoy their gluten free donuts or brunch with a well-brewed house coffee, cold pressed juice or Supernatural House Shake.

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