New owners, new menu, new look – bringing more to The Moray Café.
It’s time to catch up with one of New Farm’s oldest institutions – The Moray Café. You might notice that a lot has changed, but the fact that The Moray is New Farm’s go-to hasn’t.
From regular visitor to new owner, New Farm local Chanel White is set on keeping The Moray as she remembers it. From coming in for a slice of cake and a milkshake as a child, to coming in for a long lunch with family and friends as she grew older, Chanel realised that The Moray was a café made for memories.
The Moray has been revamped to keep it classic yet contemporary. The new design incorporates a balance of minimalistic black and white detailing and a modern green leaf print – creating a visually pleasing space that will make you feel right at home.
“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to revamp The Moray Café, turn regulars into New Farm friends, and can’t wait to see what the future holds,” says Chanel.
New breakfast and lunch chef, Timothy Owen (who has worked at Double Shot and Riverbend) has combined his knowledge, along with new dinner chef, Christian Fardell’s inspiration from his Swiss/French background. Together they have crafted a menu full of quality and fresh local produce for all New farm locals to enjoy.
Think bold and broad – with anything from breakfast panna cotta to mouth-watering braised beef cheeks.
The Moray is open from 6:30am-3:00pm Monday to Wednesday, and opens all day from 6:30-9:00pm Thursday to Sunday, from breakfast to dinner and everything in between – making it the perfect spot for relaxing with loved ones.
Take refuge away from the hustle of the city after a long day at the office, and relax in the courtyard with friends, family, or just yourself, with a glass of Pinot Noir in one hand, and a spoonful of twice baked crab and gruyere soufflé in the other.
It’s time for Brisbane to make The Moray their home away from home once again.
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