Six Reasons to Visit Wandering Cooks

Take your taste buds on an adventure across the globe without even leaving Brisbane – there is a lot to offer at Wandering Cooks. Described as a clubhouse for food and drink producers, this incubator for entrepreneurs is home to artisan chefs, savvy suppliers and the foodies of Brisbane. To the regulars, welcome back! But for novices of this foodie wonderland, here are half a dozen reasons why you need to visit Wandering Cooks.

  1. THE PIE HOLE

If you’ve ever wondered what food for the soul tastes like, look no further than The Pie Hole’s American sweet pies. Just the beginning of our profound love for Wandering Cooks, The Pie Hole delivers encrusted goods with a variety of sweet and savoury pies that are guaranteed to satisfy.

 

  1. LUNCH BY MARCHÉ GOURMAND

Authentic handmade galettes and quiches are savoured here! Marché Gourmand run by foodie maestro Sabrina Ravail serves locally-sourced vegetarian food with a French twist during weekdays from 11.30am – 2.00pm. Food that’s scrumptious and sustainable? Yes please!

 

  1. EAST BY MIDDLE EAST

Transport to a world of fragrant aromas and spices with Wandering Cook’s ‘East by Middle East’ dining event! From Punjab to Persia, warm your belly with their flavour-filled curries and a customised selection of stews every Saturday from 12.00pm – 10.00pm.

 

  1. FLAVOURS OF MEXICO

Mainstream Mexican chain food has nothing on Wandering Cook’s Flavours of Mexico! Authentic flavour and freshness can be expected and will be delivered in their succulent enchiladas, crispy tacos, and organic homemade pickles. Head over on Wednesday nights from 5.00pm – 8.00pm to snap up this fiery feast.

 

  1. WOW DUMPLINGS

Generous and delicious, these WOW dumplings speak for themselves. Served with traditional Sichuan flavours, and dished alongside pork buns and within Yum Cha sets, Wow Dumplings are sure to hit the spot every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at Wandering Cooks.

 

  1. MADE IN MAYHEM

Cake, cupcakes, and brownies… need we say more? Although you are already convinced, we can’t help but elaborate on these gourmet desserts and the most recent chef special – ‘Tahitian vanilla bean cake, cookie butter, dulce de leche, shortbread crumb, soaked in ganache, rolled in cookie blend and lathered in pink salt caramel and vanilla ice cream’. Mayhem’s never looked so good!

 

Stop wondering and start wandering, cooks – this is one foodie spot you don’t want to miss.