submitted by George Kalligeros on 05.05.2007
KAPSALI Greek Taverna (Brisbane) general manager and head chef Kosta Kentrotis believes the travel bug is partly responsible for Aussies embracing multicultural foods.
Kosta says with the number of Australians travelling overseas on the rise, more locals are given exposure to international cuisine.
Kosta says Melbourne and Sydney may offer more multicultural options but Brisbane is quickly catching up to those standards.
He says his restaurant become more well-known after the Athens Olympics in 2004 when more people were introduced to Greek food.
The Kapsali menu, which has traditional staples such as hand-made domaldes, mezethes platters and moussaka, as well as Aussie favourites like steaks and crumbed seafood platters, attracts a mix of races.
Kosta says there is no obvious preference for certain dishes, with customers ordering authentic Greek food as much as they order other meals.
South Bank Parklands,
South Bank Brisbane,
Phone: +61 7 3846 1803
Fax: +61 7 3844 4132
Kapsali specialises in tastes and delights from the Aegean to the Adriatic, with an extensive menu featuring Greek cuisine, seafood and steak dishes.
Kapsali presents a unique dining experience overlooking the beautiful South Bank Parklands lagoon.
Kapsali is a fully licensed restaurant operating Monday to Sunday - 12 noon till late.
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