Mother and daughter duo open new Greek cafe & wine bar in Brisbane


Helen and Marissa Kentrotis, a dynamic mother-and-daughter duo, have recently unveiled their first hospitality venture, Pablo’s Pantry in Brisbane.

According to couriermail, it is nestled at the base of the Silk One apartment complex in Woolloongabba, in Brisbane’s inner south and is a cafe by day and a wine bar in the afternoons and evenings.

Inspired by their Greek heritage, love of food and the will to create something that was cozy and simple, the place also has a deli down the back with everything from wine and preserves to pickles and pasta sauce.

spanakopita. Photo: David Kelly

Visitors can choose from an almost all-day breakfast menu, with simple fare such as pistachio and kale pesto with fried eggs; chai and nut ricotta hotcakes, and roasted pear with Greek yoghurt and granola.

There are also sandwiches like egg and lettuce and a smoked salmon bagel available, plus authentic Greek favourites such as pastitsio, kefthedes and spanakorizo as well as spanakopita.

Pablo’s Pantry seems to offer simple dishes, like the ones you would make at home if you were somewhat handy in the kitchen.

Its a new solid neighbourhood eatery from a dynamic Greek duo making their first steps in hospitality.

Source: couriermail




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