Let's face it: one of the main reasons we travel to Italy (or daydream of it) is the food. But if the idea of an imminent European holiday is but a fantasy–which it more than likely is–you'll be pleased to know the folk at Italian Street Kitchen have brought authentic Roman eats right here to Brisbane.
Already a firm favourite in the suburbs of Sydney, ISK is serving up hawker-style Italian food to Newstead's Gasworks dining precinct. Instead of long, leisurely feasts around a table, Italian Street Kitchen is a journey through the back streets of Rome. Fast, fresh, uncomplicated flavours define traditional dishes crafted within the hustle of the open kitchen using authentic techniques, like handmade pasta and 48-hour aged pizza dough. You'll also find traditional antipasto, and succulent spit-roasted meats encased in fresh paninis.
BYO or select from (mostly) Italian wines and beers on tap. We'll be grabbing ourselves a jug of Aperol Spritz or Negroni at happy hour, 4-6pm, Monday-Friday.