The Sports and Gaming space of St George Maso in Mortdale is the setting for its family dining area on the upper floor. There’s a warehousing feel to the table configurations though perfectly aligns with the residential area the space is nested in. They emphasis family friendliness and the menu is contemporary where diners at the Food Blogger Australia and Point Dot Media event were taken on an international flavour tour as highlights from their menu were showcased.
Key drivers in Australian dining trends in the last 7 years released by the Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics and Sciences correlate a change in dining tastes as a result of population growth and lifestyle choices, real food prices and an upward shift on dining out and fast food. We see the innovation of Baxter’s Kitchen expanding their popular repertoire of Mediterranean dishes mixing in the Hawaiian Poke, Stonefire Pizzas, Korean Chicken lollipops and being commanding with their use of spice in pastas and coating mixes without compromise.
Scotch Fillet with Olive Oil and Sea Salt is clearly where their area of expertise lies, carefully prepared with its juices still trapped in each thin slice.
BBQ Octopus in lemon and oregano – classic Mediterranean, cliche maybe, but flawlessly done showing the roots of the venue’s menu
Chilli Salt n Pepper Prawns and Squid – a great play on the visual seduction of classic SNP Calamari with a mouth burning surprise. Chilli lovers will love this rendition.
Roasted Chicken Supreme – a simple stack of power punching flavours
This is where the pitchfork in that road away from Mediterranean starts. The polynesian Poke has been given a full Vegetarian only makeover which worked well as a standalone main or as an accompaniment to the many meat hero dishes on show.
American stryle BBQ Ribs, Housemade Chicken Schnitzel, Cheeseburger Pizza, Italian spaghetti with prawn beautifully packed with heat and Korean trio of Chicken Lollipops round up the international influence on their menu that will be popular and adapt to all tastes of large gattherings and families that frequent the venue.
Desserts are not made on site, but carefully curated by the Baxter’s Kitchen team that know exactly the end notes their diners want and need.
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