About Too Zero Bar and Inn of Indulgence
About the restaurant
A standout in Stafford Heights’ dining scene, Too Zero Bar and Inn of Indulgence is a French-influenced bistro bringing the cosy charm of rural France to Brisbane. Not only will you find French cuisine on the menu here, Too Zero Bar and Inn of Indulgence serves up American fast food favourites too, so whether looking to indulge in a refined French classic, or chow down on a gourmet burger, this stylish Farrant Street eatery has something to appease you.
Headed by chef multi-award winning chef Mark Rosewell-Turner, Brisbane’s Too Zero Bar and Inn of Indulgence was inspired by his time spent working in the vineyards of France, and this trendy Stafford Heights joint feels just like a little bistro you’d find in the French countryside, decorated in a traditional farmhouse-inspired style with rustic wooden furniture and windows with vintage tractor bar seats. The menu is equally as homely, featuring dishes like garlic prawns, fish pie and fat duck pancakes served with hoisin, cucumber pickle and a tamarind dip.
To top the experience off, the wine list has been perfectly curated and comprises bottles of boutique red, white, sparkling and fortified wines sourced from France, Australia and Spain, as well as a lengthy list of handcrafted cocktails. Tucked away over in Stafford Heights, Too Zero Bar and Inn of Indulgence is attracting foodies from all over Brisbane to its Farrant Street location – to avoid disappointment, booking a table in advance is advised!