I'm a freelance writer in Brisbane who is passionate about the food and wine scene in the Granite Belt, Queensland. I am writing a book of the people and food of Stanthorpe and plan to launch the publication in 2014.
Published May 9th 2015
Have your Sunday roast and eat it too
The Sunday roast is a wonderful tradition for many families and a Graceville-based café is offering to do all the hard work to make your Sunday roast dinner.
Graceville Fine Foods and Deli, with local photographer's artwork on the walls, is a weekend breakfast and brunch institution for local families, and a favourite lunch spot for movie goers at the nearby Regal Twin Cinema.
Selection of sweet treats at Graceville Fine Foods
An example of a recent Tuesday night menu included: smoky chorizo and potato croquettes with garlic aioli; chicken parmigiana with Caesar salad and potato gems; lamb and rosemary pie with potato, bacon, garlic and parsley, and steamed carrots; and dessert, banana spring rolls with butterscotch sauce.
Wendy offers each main meal for $11.50 or a special deal of 4 main meals for $35. Starters and desserts vary from $5 - $8 per serve.
I recommend popping in to try breakfast or lunch and asking to join the dinner club while you are there.
If you miss out on ordering, Wendy has many home-cooked meal options available including shepherd's pie, stir fry, pasta carbonara, and her customers' most favourite—beef and mushroom lasagne.
Join the dinner club and enjoy home-cooked meals without having to cook at home. And served with a big smile from the delightful Wendy.