#trEATS

Participating cafes, restaurants and pubs around the Toowoomba Region are offering signature springtime specials exclusively 1-30 September. The best part…..they’re only $20!

Check out the mouth-watering menu below and share some love with local business this September. Head over to South East Queensland Food Trails and use the nifty mapping tool to plan your #trEATS trip around the Toowoomba Region!

Post a pic of your #trEATS on Instagram or Facebook with the tags #tcof #trEATS for your chance to win a Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers prize pack.

TOOWOOMBA #trEATS

Toowoomba has evolved into a foodie destination and you can see why!  Breakfast, lunch, dinner and indulgent goodies in between, our Toowoomba #trEATS have you covered.

Another Life Coffee & Wares

Bellevue Street

Brekkie Burrito

Chorizo, fried egg, hash brown, cheese and caramelised onion relish in a toasted wrap with a hash brown and a ‘Popachino’ (a coffee hazelnut and caramel inspired coffee).

Bar Wunder

424 Ruthven Street

House made crumbed cauliflower florets served on a bed of fresh rocket, house pickled carrot, fresh radish, edible flowers, toasted pepita and sunflower seeds with house made hummus (Vegan).

City Library Cafe

155 Herries Street

Devonshire Tea for Two

Fresh baked scones with spring fruit jam and cream, served with two small teas or coffees. (Vegan option available).

Club Glenvale

564 Boundary Street

Baked pork belly served with seasonal salad, tossed in a sweet chilli vinaigrette topped with grilled halloumi and avocado.

Cobb’s Coffee Shop

27 Lindsay Street

Za’tar marinated local Brannock Brae lamb tender loin served with Wilgavale organic beetroot, chargrilled nectarine cheeks on top of a herb infused quinoa and fetta salad, with a Bunnyconnellen caramelized balsamic glaze.

Fitzy’s Toowoomba

153 Margaret Street

Deconstructed Pavlova
Light desert of hand crafted rosewater marshmallow, meringue, raspberry gel, fresh raspberries, edible flowers, micro mint, passionfruit jelly, chantilly cream, pashmak, strawberries, frozen berries.

GPO Bar & Cafe

160 Margaret Street

Crispy soft-shell crab with pan fried zucchini, cauliflower, sweet potato, finished with apple, mint, kaffir lime salad and lemon cheek.

Greenwattle Cafe

Coles Complex, Cnr Greenwattle Street and Glenvale Road

Slow cooked roast of the day with spring vegetables.

Hello Harry

Walton Stores, 5/476 Ruthven Street

The Quatro #trEAT!
A grass fed beef burger, small serve of chips covered in our special seasoning, a golden house made onion ring and three scoops of ice cream smothered in our house made sauces of your choice!

 

Irish Club Hotel

80 Russell Street

Slow cooked beef and mushroom pie with creamy mash and seasonal vegetables.

 

Jillys Cafe

181 Margaret Street

Beetroot and Feta Smash
Served on thick cut locally baked vienna bread topped with spinach, crumbed chicken tenders and a poached egg. Garnished with house made dukkah and bal tar, pumpkin seeds and a lemon wedge.

Kajoku – Korean and Japanese Cuisine

Level 1/430 Ruthven Street

Naengchae Bo Ssam  Poached Pork Belly Salad
Chilled Korean poached pork belly slices and fresh salad with a special mustard sauce.

Muller Bros

25/27 Bell Street

Sweet rhubarb custard tart with pistachio crumb, pomegranate glass, strawberry shortcake crumble and house made vanilla bean ice cream sprinkled with gold dust.

Oak and Vine Cafe

Oaks Toowoomba Hotel, 25 Annand Street

Burger with six hour slow cooked pulled lamb shoulder, pica de gallo, mint raita and fresh leaf greens served with cross trace chips.

Phat Burgers

513 Ruthven Street

The Gummingurru
Yakajirri rubbed brisket, riberry chutney, onion rings, Warrigal greens on ciabatta with locally grown kumura wedges.

 

Pony Espresso Cafe

2 Bowen Street

Strawberry and Seared Salmon Salad
A share plate for two or a large serve for one, this deliciously light, flavoursome salad is made with cos leaves tossed in house made strawberry and pink peppercorn vinaigrette, topped with seared salmon, house made pickled strawberries, toasted sunflower seeds and torn mint.

Potter’s Boutique Hotel

258 Margaret Street

Caramelised crispy pork salad with pineapple slaw, fried hokkien noodles and cashews with a chilli Thai dressing.

 

Rak Thai Kitchen

Shop 4, Westridge Shopping Centre, 300 West Street, Kearney Springs

Deep fried crispy pawns tossed with capsicum, onion, fried garlic, salt and pepper. Ask to add chilli if you want to spice it up!

Schnitz

Ground Level, Grand Central Shopping Centre, Cnr Margaret & Dent Streets

Gala Roll Combo
Loaded with two pieces of bacon, a crispy potato rosti, sage and onion mayo, fresh cos lettuce and cranberry sauce, topped with a mouth watering golden chicken schnitzel. Served with chips and a drink.

Seasons on Ruthven Restaurant and Wine Bar

200 Ruthven Street

Cheese and olive antipasto taster with wine samples for two.

Sofra Turkish Cuisine

164 Margaret Street

Turkish Gozleme with coban salad (choice of beef, chicken or spinach and cheese)

 

Stoney the Fishmonger

127 Herries Street

Rice crusted tempura battered king prawns with mango, rocket and taro ball salad, finished with lime aioli and bottarga.

 

The Baker’s Duck

124 Campbell Street

Vanilla and raspberry tea cake topped with fresh berries and cream.

 

The Bungalow and Basket

Shop 4, 400 Ruthven Street

Cake and coffee for two! Two rustic pieces of plump apricot slice drizzled with a homemade lavender syrup with your choice of beverage. Enjoy in a sunny spot at the café or grab and go, and get out to one of the beautiful parks.

 

The Coffee Emporium

Shop 7 Grand Central Shopping Centre, Dining Quarter, corner Margaret & Victoria Streets

Spring lamb cutlets with roast potatoes and minted peas.

The Finch

469 Ruthven Street

Grass-fed Angus eye fillet tartare sourced from local producer Clayton’s Organics with fried capers, Preston ironbark smoked yolk, buttered brioche crumb and house mustard aioli.

 

Travellers Coffee House

189 Hume Street

Mini High Tea
Enjoy an array of house made sweet and savoury morsels with a pot of organic tea or barista made Merlo coffee, served in the beautiful garden setting of the café.

 

Urban Grounds

210 Herries Street

Brisket and chili beans, pea puree, sourdough, chorizo, chive cream, avocado and a poached egg.

Urth Cafe & Co

195 Hume Street

Bruschetta Avo Stack
Avocado, rocket and fresh tomato salsa on toasted sourdough, served with haloumi and bacon, topped with Persian fetta and balsamic glaze.

Yum Cha Cuisine

Shop 34, Grand Central Shopping Centre, Cnr Dent & Margaret Streets

Bang Bang Chicken
Fried chicken fillet with homemade Chinese mustard sauce.

ROAD TRIP WORTHY REGIONAL #trEATS

These hidden gems are waiting to be discovered and trust us, they’re worth the drive!

Bernborough Tavern

69 Campbell Street, Oakey

Spring Salad
Eye rib fillet with fresh asparagus, salad greens, edible flowers, topped with hollandaise dressing.

Bunnyconnellen

286 Swain Road, Crows Nest (18-28 September, 10am-4pm daily – Special hours for Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers only!)

Glazed hand-stretched brioche donuts decorated with edible flowers (pack of four).

Colours of San Cris

Cnr Shostaki Road and New England Highway, Cabarlah

Local lime meringue pie with lime infused syrup and pistachios. Served with two regular coffees or teas.

 

Forage Kitchen & Coffee Bar

55-57 Campbell Street, Millmerran

Nachos
Corn chips with tasty ground beef and cheese, accompanied by guacamole, black beans and sour cream. Served with your choice of soft drink.

 

Rosalie House

135 Lavenders Road, Lilyvale

Locally sourced BBQ Awassi lamb kofta served on a bed of house made hummus, roasted vegetables and quinoa, topped with minted Awassi labneh. (GF)

Rusty’s Bar & Grill

Pittsworth Motor Inn, 51 Helens Street, Pittsworth

Whiting Salad
English spinach, shaved parmesan, lettuce, butter beans and sundried tomatoes, finished with fresh strawberries and whiting fillets and drizzled with a honey Dijon mustard dressing.