From a gourmet produce market, a major supermarket and great eateries backed by critically acclaimed chefs and retail identities, South Bank Corporation is delighted to welcome the newest businesses that have opened in the first stage of Anthony John Group’s $600M Southpoint development.
The precinct’s newest retailers have opened their doors, and we couldn’t be more excited. Mrs Luu’s Vietnamese Canteen is your new go-to for a fast and tasty Asian street-food fix while Neil Perry’s Burger Project takes the humble cheeseburger to new (gourmet!) heights.
Also open now is Pantry on Grey, an artisan fresh food market offering a full service delicatessen, butcher, green grocer, juice bar, florist and espresso café. Talk about getting all your needs met in one place.
This month will also see a further two exciting openings in the development. Pourboy Espresso will be carting their coffee beans across the river and Stone Artisan Bakery are set to join their fresh produce counterparts.
But wait, there’s more… in another exciting development, it has been revealed that national hospitality group, Solotel, owned by chef Matt Moran (Aria and Riverbar) and entrepreneur Bruce Solomon, will open its new dining venture in the heritage-listed Collins Place in the middle of this year.
Well, that’s a lot to look forward to isn’t it?