We’re excited to announce that two new eateries will be opening their doors in South Bank over the coming months.
April will see the gyoza masters of Harajuku Gyoza moving into Grey Street, while June will see the gods smiling down on Little Stanley when Greek eatery Zeus opens.
From its first restaurant in Fortitude Valley, Japanese gyoza house Harajuku Gyoza has spread to locations in Sydney and Indooroopilly, and – much to the delight of customer-sans – South Bank is next. A queue snakes out the door of the Fortitude Valley restaurant on weekends, with people eagerly waiting for servings of steamed and pan-fried dumplings, as well as other Japanese favourites like ramen and pork katsudon. Japanese beer is on tap at this fun and lively restaurant, and things get rowdy when the sake begins to flow.
As for Zeus, its story starts in Sydney, but the history of its name extends to ancient times when Zeus was king of the gods. With word of its legendary Greek-style street food spreading, Zeus is heading north to open its second restaurant in the heart of South Bank. When the doors open, you can expect food prepared to meet the standards of any discerning Greek grandmother – we are talking homemade pita breads filled with slow-cooked lamb, oven-roasted chicken or grilled haloumi. Oh, and there’s also Greek doughnuts with honey, cinnamon and walnuts.
Hungry? Keep an eye on this space for updates on Harajuku Gyoza and Zeus as their openings draw closer.