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Build your own Belgian Boulet such as pork balls, beer gravy, double-cooked wedges and a schooner of house Belgian beer.
Good food and good booze await South Brisbane foodies at Saccharomyces Beer Café on Melbourne Street, where European-inspired fare and 12 rotating taps ensure there is always a beer for everyone. This fiercely independent bar, bottle shop and kitchen, hidden down Fish Lane, is obsessed with supporting local breweries, Indie wines and spirits in fun and funky surrounds, ideal for an after-work drink with family and friends. Named after the Greek word for the yeast additive beer is made from, settle in with a drink and peruse a menu showcasing the Belgian Boulet – a home-cooked meal built around protein, sauce and sides. Think meatballs, swimming in beer gravy with cheesy mash and mixed salad; or share a farmhouse spread of fried chicken, meatballs, baked camembert, wedges and baguette.
99 Melbourne Street (access via Fish Lane), South Brisbane 4101 QLD - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Eftpos
Seats: 80 Chef: Thomas Emblard