GRILLING ART 'MOOVES' IN AT NUNDAH
Written on the 22 February 2016
GRILLING Art has snagged a spot at Nundah Village Shopping Centre, as the restaurant chain expands across Brisbane.
The restaurant has taken a seven-year lease at the Property Solutions project, with two seven year options at an undisclosed rate.
Grilling Art owner Welly Leo says the store's focus on quality dining paired with premium produce was proving with locals.
"Each Grilling Art establishment has a great vibe offering the people of Brisbane a modern Australian dining experience," Leo says.
"Our meat is exceptional and we source local produce whenever we can - the customers really appreciate that.
"Most of the food on our menu is grilled and we try to make each meal visually enticing, hence the name Grilling Art."
Leo has two other outlets in Stafford Heights and Underwood, as well as a Nando's restaurant in Carseldine.
"Nundah Village has injected life into the area and people are realising that you don't have to go to the CBD to find a great restaurant," he says.
"We're thrilled to be part of an emerging precinct like Nundah Village and we can't wait to show the locals what we're about - great food at a low cost.
"Brisbane's northside is becoming more and more popular and we think this is a great opportunity for Grilling Art to grow as a brand."
Property Solutions is progressing its $270 million CIRCA Nundah Village project, with a selection of fashion, specialty, retail and dining operators.
Works to fit out the third Grilling Art are set to commence this month, with the store expected to open in April.