Basil & Vine Italian Cafe

Burpengary

Basil & Vine in Burpengary is an authentic Italian cafe with piazza-style seating outside beneath the vines and fresh basil plants while indoors the vibe is relaxed with comfortable bench seating.

Pizzas, pastas, insalatas (salads) and dolce (sweets) feature on the menu at Basil & Vine Italian Cafe all of which are available both dine in or take away.

Basil & Vine Burpengary

Traditional pizzas include Prosciutto Crudo, The Lamb, Tre Suini (Three pigs) and Il Carne (bacon, ham, pepperoni and beef) and a selection of pastas range from Polpette (meatballs) to Il Marco (spicy pepperoni) and Gambaretto (prawns).

Basil & Vine Burpengary

Basil & Vine Italian Cafe caters to the sweet tooths with nutella calzones, pear & maple waffles, banana brownie pizzas, as well as Italian biscotti and cakes. Drinks on the menu are Phoenix sparkling, Charlie's juices, locally roasted coffee and decadent milkshakes.

In a nutshell - Authentic Italian cafe serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks seven days a week.

Need to know - Ample parking is available within Burpengary Plaza.

By Lucy Hordern

Basil & Vine Italian Cafe

173 Station Rd

Burpengary

Opening hours

BYO

3888 5088

Map

173 Station Rd Burpengary

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