8th March 2019
South Brisbane’s popular Fish Lane precinct has an exciting new edition with the launch of Fuelled Café – a rustic inner city escape set beneath the cascading greenery of the Ivy and Eve twin towers.
Besides the local community, Fuelled enjoys a rapidly growing customer base thanks to its co-location with the 476-unit apartment complex.
Fuelled Café offers all breakfast options, fresh patisserie treats, the finest coffee and lunch until 2.30pm seven days a week.
Manager Riley Maisonneuve adds an international flavour thanks to his previous experience in hospitality at the delightful resort town of Banff in the Canadian Rockies.
"Brisbane is really an untapped gold mine of food and arts and South Brisbane and West End are at the heart of that," Riley said.
"This area is really the Darling Harbour of Brisbane and we want to add to a touch of personality to that environment by getting to know who we’re serving," he said.
"People are getting busier and we want them to slow down and just enjoy the most important meal of the day - breakfast."
Ivy and Eve is a joint venture between ASX-listed Abacus Property Group, local developer KPG Capital and Singapore’s leading property pioneer CDL. It provides a range of one, two and three-bedroom luxury apartments with stunning views and an unprecedented array of resort-style resident amenities.
Abacus Property Group Development Manager, Bryant Greenberg, said the opening of Fuelled Café was an exciting milestone for both residents and visitors to Ivy and Eve.
"Ivy and Eve is already one of the best locations to live in inner Brisbane with its easy access to Fish Lane, South Bank, the CBD and Brisbane’s best cultural and entertainment precinct," Mr Greenberg said.
"Now we have our very own café on site for an even more convenient inner city lifestyle."
Fuelled café is located at 28 Merivale Street, South Brisbane, and open from 7 am to 2:30 pm every day. For more information visit: www.facebook.com/FuelledCafe.