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Salt Meats Cheese - South Bank
161 Grey Street, South Brisbane
Salt Meats Cheese South Bank in South Brisbane is a great place to dine on gourmet Italian cuisine. Salt Meats Cheese has gained a reputation for high-quality pizzas, pastas and risottos, with a focus on authenticity and tradition that sets their chefs apart. But don't be fooled – the menu at South Bank is definitely not boring. You can gorge on antipasti like cheese boards, salami, home-baked focaccia and crispy calamari, or savour pasta dishes ranging from lobster ravioli through to pappardelle served with a rich lamb shoulder ragu. But don't forget about the pizza either. The house speciality is thin-crust pizza rossa featuring out-of-this-world ingredients and freshly made artisan bases. Basically, if you want a classic taste of Italy, Salt Meats Cheese at South Bank on Grey Street fits the bill.
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Ok food , but really long waits on drinks ..... mains were ok .... arancini balls came a while after other mains made it to the table ... small Mains for the price ... we didn’t stay for dessert and went elsewhere ...
High Cheese was fabulous a great selection of quality cheese based food, however we waited a long time after ordering for both drinks and food and the guitarist was very loud but a table move made it much more bearable, overall a good experience for a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Very boring salsa night...it is a restaurant, not a place to dance.
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