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Five Eateries That Should be Visited in Woolloongabba – A Delectable Expedition

Woolloongabba in Brisbane is a great place to enjoy a delicious meal in a relaxed atmosphere. Here is a list of eateries to visit in Woolloongabba when on a foodie tour in Australia.

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Sorellina Pizza

Sorellina Pizza is a great place to savour fresh pizza, whether you are staying at one of the many hotels Woolloongabba offers its guests such as Oaks Woolloongabba or simply staying with friends. The Ninja Turtles mural on the walls of Sorellina pays tribute to the Ninja Turtles' love of pizza. At Sorellina you can enjoy some authentic Napoli pizza and dine on the delicious side dishes like crumbed mozzarella sticks or crispy salad. There is craft beer and good music available to make sure that patrons have a lovely time.

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The Pearl

The Pearl is where you can go to enjoy a refined meal and good wine. They offer both breakfast and lunch made from fresh produce along with dinner and great wine. If you visit the restaurant on a Wednesday expect to tuck into the roasted pig of the free-range type on the 'Piggy in the Middle' day. The Pearl is famous for its desserts. Try the lemon polenta loaf stuffed with mulberry and thyme or the green tea loaf with vanilla frosting.

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1889 Enoteca

1889 Enoteca serves authentic Italian food and wine. You can try the restaurant's beloved dish of braised pork or if you prefer beef the beef ragu which they will serve over pappardelle. The restaurant's ambience of appealing sombre shadows matches that of an old Italian restaurant where people flocked to sample good food and wine. If you would like to sink into the depths of award-winning Roman fare, visit 1889 Enoteca and go for the whole Italian experience of tasting handmade pasta and rich wine.

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The Baker's Arms Specialty Bakehouse

This café and bakery is paradise for those with a sweet tooth and penchant towards baked goodies. Bite into a honeycomb cheesecake or a creamy pastry. The Baker's Arms Specialty Bakehouse also offers delicious options for vegans as well. On Wednesdays, you can purchase a spelt doughnut and pair it with a Campos espresso. Even though it is famous for baked goodies, you can buy a salad or even a hot dish or two at The Baker's Arms Specialty Bakehouse.

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Locavore Café

Locavore Café sources food from the farms in the area and whips up a delicious line-up of food including some honey-soaked options like the gingerbread pancake with honey. Locavore Café serves breakfast and a range of vegetarian and gluten-free delicacies too. If you visit here you are also helping in an endeavour to create a sustainable environment; all their fresh produce comes from sustainably run local farms and are scrumptious on top of being healthy.

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