Iconic Kookaburra Cafe moving to join forces with Club Sosay

Paddington’s landmark Kookaburra Café has relocated to a new location to combine forces with Club Sosay.

This came after the popular Brisbane restaurant was bought by Patrick Vines, the café’s former chef and manager for 34 years. The restaurant is now called Club Sosay Kookaburra Café and combines the restaurant’s famous pizza, pasta and burgers along with the snack menu and bar services of Club Sosay.

After 35 years of serving the largest party pizza in the country, Kookaburra Café has closed its old location, which will be occupied by the hardware store next door. The new restaurant and bar is now located across the street at 2 Latrobe Terrace corner Given Terrace.

More Fun, Expanded Menu

The new venture promises more fun to regular and new customers as they can now play board games while enjoying signature dishes from Kookaburra and drinks from the expanded bar of Club Sosay. With its bigger bar, Club Sosay Kookaburra Café now offers more drinks, wine specials and a broader selection of cocktails.

Kookaburra Pizza

The merged restaurant and bar had its soft launch last January 19, with a limited menu. Within the fortnight, the restaurant and bar will have its full launch with seating for up to 70 people.

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Club Sosay Kookaburra Café serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee, seven days a week.

Club Sosay Kookaburra Café at 2 Latrobe Terrace corner Given Terrace
Club Sosay Kookaburra Café at 2 Latrobe Terrace corner Given Terrace