Teneriffe is really having a turn of (culinary face) right now, and thanks to Copado, the newest Brisbane restaurant to set up camp on Macquarie Street, it's having a bit of a shake up.
The newest venture from The Dalgety Public House owners Mic Uebergang and Jordan Grives, Copado is heavily European-influenced and full of charm, leading the charge with Brisbane's newly found love affair with euro fare.
Given Teneriffe's rep as the perfect location for a sundowner, Copado is the ideal setting for a bite to eat with post-work drinks: taken care of courtesy of their 'amuse bouche—a glass of vino paired with cheese, muscatels and crackers for one—or spaghetti and cheddar toastie (heavenly!).
If you're after something more substantial, Copado's overflowing charcuterie and 'tinnie' boards (gourmet tins of sardines in herbed oil, anchovies and tuna, served with a rustic baguette and Pepe Saya butter) are a must-eat—they stock some of the finest cured meats in Brisbane.
No restaurant is complete without a tipple or two, and Copado shines in this department. Showcasing a curated list of European and Australian wines, plus a smart selection of fortified wines served straight from the barrel, it's easy to while away the evening in this intimate setting.
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