Our new Woolies has some amazing innovations for you to enjoy, including a Cheese Cave, Fish Market, Artisan Bakery and Drive-Thru pick-up facilities.
Montague Markets is the crowning glory of our $1 billion Riverside West End community, providing much needed convenient shopping, dining, recreational opportunities and other services to the suburb.
We are thrilled to have Woolworths now open, together with BWS, Cheeky Bean, Bou’s for Men barber shop, Tigerlamb hair salon, Ollie and Lloyd homewares, La Diva Nails, Wonderful Massage West End, Montague Markets Pharmacy, and Clear Skincare Clinic.
The new stores are offering some amazing opening specials so come on over and check them out for yourself!
Restaurants Voglia, Da’Burger, Fat Dumpling and Wara Sushi will open later this month. Top Health Medical and a Healthcare hub incorporating specialist services is scheduled to open in November 2020.
Woolworths Montague Markets West End Store Manager Adam Bracken said: “We’re excited about the opportunity to bring a convenient new neighbourhood supermarket to West End to meet the fresh food and grocery needs of local residents.
“Our newest supermarket has fresh food and convenience at its heart – offering customers a range of artisan breads, a Macro wholefoods market, an extensive premium ‘cut to order’ cheese selection and an array of seafood from a new fish market, as well as a sushi bar.
“For customers looking to shop online and pick up their orders, Woolworths Montague Markets West End also includes a new Drive Thru service area with a dedicated Drive Thru lane for store-to-boot convenience.”
Montague Markets is so convenient for anyone living on the West End peninsula and very easily accessible from all other parts of the suburb and Brisbane.
With pedestrian paths, cycle ways and 280 underground carparks, you can walk, ride or drive to Montague Markets and enjoy this exciting new inner city destination.
And for anyone lucky enough to be moving into Montague Residences, the Markets are even easier to get to – they’re just downstairs!
Find out how you too could call Montague Markets home from only $434,000. Visit our Montague Markets & Residences Sales Display at 1 Ferry Road, West End, go to montaguemarkets.com.au or us today on 1300 202 888.
With weekends spent scouring the famous Amalfi Coast in his native Italy for new dining experiences as a younger man – Vito Mandarano always knew he would one day open his own restaurant.
Vito and wife Bradie are now bringing that passion to Montague Markets with their newest fully licensed venture, Voglia – which translated means “wish’’.
It’s apt – for food and the wondrous flavours of the southern Italy have always been close to their hearts.
For a sneak peek inside Voglia Italian restaurant, click here for a walk-through animation.
“Some people buy cars or play golf – when I lived in Italy I used to travel around the country to find the most beautiful restaurants.
“I would spend weekends on the Amalfi Coast seeking out the finest dining in a region renowned for its food.
“At Voglia, we will be bringing those intense, authentic dishes of southern Italy, where the flavours really sing, to West End.’’
A large menu covers breakfast, lunch and dinner and more. The restaurant incorporates everything from a front counter for casual takeaway fare such as muffins and coffee, to tables for gourmet burgers and pizzas, along with a full a-la-carte fine dining experience in the evening.
Breakfast features dishes ranging from pancakes to The Montague – a hearty meal of eggs, bacon, chipolatas, mushroom, avocado, potato rosti, corn fritter, baked tomato, and toasted sourdough with a side of tomato relish and butter.
The burgers meanwhile feature a tantalising array of ingredients, from the Troppo Buono – with its buttermilk-fried chicken thighs, pancetta, chipotle mayo, lettuce and and cheese sauce, to the Si Si – a combination of Italian sausage, herbed mayo, fried zucchinin and eggplant, lettuce and haloumi.
In the evening, diners can select from a range of handmade pastas and antipastas to mains such as the Bisteccona’s grass-fed rib on the bone, and Piovra with its grilled octopus bathed in a light citrus vinaigrette complemented by a pocket of rocket salad.
“We are offering a full Italian experience to suit all tastes,’’ said Vito.
Since arriving in Australia 20 years ago, Vito has worked in all facets of the restaurant industry.
A clever latte artist, his experience as a barista is well demonstrated by the artistic swirls and patterns he effortlessly constructs from steamed milk on the surface of his coffees.
“At one stage I was making about 4,000 coffees a week, and all up I’ve probably made more coffees than there are Australiuan citizens.
“So I’ve had plenty of practice, but I’m also a perfectionist. It’s the attention to all the details that really add up.’’
As for his own favourite dish, Vito has a fondness for a classic Spaghetti alla Nerano (pictured), a dish that has come to define the Sorrentine peninsula and in particluar the area around Nerano for which it was named.
A simple but elegant arrangement, egg spaghetti is served with chilli, garlic, whire wine zucchini, onions, rich heirloom tomatoes, pancetta pangrattato and calamari fritti.
“In this case, less is more,’’ said Vito.
To find out more about Montague Markets & Residences, drop by the Discovery Centre at 321 Montague Road, West End, Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
Private appointments are also available for your convenience. Click here or call 1300 202 888.