Who’s joined the melting pot on King Street?

Who’s joined the melting pot on King Street?

Spice up your life with a little sharing.

By Elysha Medhurst | 17th May 2017

The gathering of delectable cuisines from all over the world is creating a hub for foodies at King Street, Bowen Hills. And the momentum is gathering pace. King Street will soon be home to 40 new places for Brisbane food lovers to satisfy their cravings.

The latest newcomer to the lineup is The Pine Kitchen, which specialises in shared plates of Middle Eastern flavours.

Spice up your brekky plans with a Bircher muesli created with Middle Eastern Spices. At lunch, try sharing a traditional meze platter! And finish with an all-too-tempting dessert of perfectly balanced flavours. The meringue, topped with spiced crème fraiche and turkish delight, will not disappoint. This is one Instagram-worthy dessert to taunt the friends who couldn’t make it to lunch.

The Pine Kitchen menu brings a rare foodie experience to Brisbane: Middle Eastern taste sensations with a modern Aussie twist.

The Pine Kitchen takes its place in the lineup alongside Fat Dumpling, GG Espresso, Hello Chicken, II Verde, Super Combo, Sushi and Nori, The Lamb Shop, and The George Bar and Bistro.
Grab your loved ones and prepare to eat your way through the tastes of the Middle East.

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Article by Elysha Medhurst

This story has been written by a Guest Styler for Style


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