Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Eateries We Want in Town

Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Eateries We Want in Town

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Byline: Meghan Harris

WITH the new Grand Central Shopping Centre will come a brand new eatery.

At The Chronicle, our mouths are watering just thinking of all the different tasty options that may soon be available to us.

We have compiled a list of nine dining options we hope will come to Toowoomba, thanks to the redevelopment.


IT'S no secret that Toowoomba residents love their chicken.

Whether its fried, deep-fried, crumbed or roasted, we just can't seem to get enough.

That's why we can't understand why Oporto hasn't graced us with a store yet.

It serves flame grilled Portuguese-style chicken with original chilli sauce.

Their menu also consists of spicy chicken bites, potato bites, breakfast wraps and churros - a winning combination.

Harajuku Gyoza

HOW many sushi and dumpling bars does Toowoomba need?

The answer - a lot.

Harajuky Gyoza serves little Japanese dumplings of joy, cooked crispy on the bottom and steamed juicy on the top, making them the perfect dumpling.

Bringing in traditions from Tokyo, the store also serves izakaya-style side dishes such as traditional beer, wine and sake.

Ze Pickle

WHAT started out a small burger business on the Gold Coast, has quickly expanded to Brisbane and Sydney.

It's towering burgers have made Ze Pickle famous and it's about time a store opened its doors in Toowoomba.

With its triple maple smoked and Nutella smoked bacon, jack cheese, beef brisket, cheese sticks and doughnut buns, the gourmet burgers are sure to get mouths watering.

Doughnut Time

THE doughnut craze started early last year and it seems people still can't get enough of the sugary baked goods.

Doughnut Time specialises in hand-dipped doughnuts crafted to make you fall in love.

Flavours span from the conventional (original glazed, salted caramel, jam and cream) right through to the unique (maple bacon, hibiscus and Nerds).

They taste as good as they look.


WATCHING ice cream made in front of you is pretty memorising.

And if you haven't seen it, let alone tasted Nitrogenie's ice cream you are missing out. …

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