At Mac From Way Back, one thing monopolises the menu: creamy, gooey macaroni and cheese. And at Sabotage Social, it's taking over their kitchen as well, with the food truck and the Valley bar teaming up to create Brisbane's first dedicated mac 'n' cheese eatery.
Throwing open its doors at the beginning of October, Mac From Way Back has made 143 Wickham Street its permanent base, serving up its 100 percent indulgent creations from within Sabotage Social. That means loaded bowls, fries and burgers are permanently on offer to complement the venue's whiskey, beer and cocktail range. Operating from Wednesday to Sunday, there's be meal deals too.
For those who haven't experienced the food truck's existing mac dishes, think overflowing containers filled with the good stuff, such as the old favourite that is the five-cheese original — plus m'n'c drizzled over chips and smashed onto burgs. Their new digs offer all of the above, with more mouthwatering varieties, and in monster-sized servings that might just feed two. Truffle mushroom and parmesan and chilli chorizo bowls are just two of the fresh, special flavours that'll be popping up to tempt your tastebuds, with fried haloumi and mozzarella sticks as sides, as well as onion rings.
Coming just over a year after first hitting the road, it's a big move for Mac From Way Back, as well as indication of just how popular they've proven. Getting a mac attack more often is the stuff mac-lovers' dreams are made of; like their Mac Daddy burger, it'll make you jump jump into the Valley for some cheesy goodness.
Mac From Way Back will open at Sabotage Social, 143 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley from mid-to-late October. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for further details.