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    New look and menu for Centennial Park Kiosk

 

Centennial Parklands Dining has unveiled not only a new look for the kiosk but a new menu – including a new picnic hamper offering!

Driven by new General Manager, Michael Gebran, the refurbishment includes a new casual outdoor decking area and a kiosk designed on the principle of ‘grab and go’, much like a pantry. In response to demand, the Kiosk also now offers light snacks and baked goods all day long.

With Chef Mark’s food philosophy of using only locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, the Kiosk offers freshly prepared, ready-made food to take away, eat on the deck or in the park. The new menu includes gourmet paninis, pies, salads, fresh fruit, cakes and Double Roasters coffee.

Picnic enthusiasts will also rejoice at the new Kiosk picnic hamper offering. The Centennial Parklands Picnic Box can be pre-ordered or is available for purchase on the day (available for two, four or six people) with the option to even buy a picnic blanket!

Each picnic hamper includes Lavosh, grissini, salami, prosciutto, bresaola, truffle dip, grapes, fig, strawberries, pickled vegetables, marinated olives, brie and blue, vintage cheddar.

The new look Centennial Parklands Dining Kiosk!

The new look Centennial Parklands Dining Kiosk!

 

As part of the new Kiosk offering, the Centennial Parklands Dining team has also launched its own retail products including jams, relishes and granola created by Chef Mark.

Visitors can now expect a great cup of coffee every time with the new Double Roasters blend. Mums with bubs will have a new area and wholesome menu to choose from and for the fitness fanatics, healthy smoothies and food choices, perfect for their after workout recovery.

Come and check out the kiosk on your next visit. We hope you enjoy the new offering!

Not just a new look, but a new menu, new picnic offering and new menu items!

Not just a new look, but a new menu, new picnic offering and new menu items!

 

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