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Opening Hours

  • Monday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday 00:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed


  • Address: Shop 1, 1888 Logan Road, Upper Mount Gravatt, Brisbane, Logan City, Australia
  • Phone: +611300749924 +61733306918


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Staff don't know what they're doingPizza was overcooked and the toppings were slightly burnt (despite them having an auto cook thing).

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fresh pizza, dippers meal was worth for, but the only part was that it was too hot in the load and the staff could have been more friendly. when we came in, the personal said nothing and when he took our order, he was just dead, it was silent. otherwise the food was excellent!

Pizza Hut opening hours

Logan City


  • Fast Food
  • Pizza


  • Home Delivery
  • Takeaway Available
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Free Parking
Espresso Boutique open
Espresso Boutique

Shop 3, 957 Beenleigh Road, Eight Mile Plains, Brisbane, Logan City, Australia

Coffee, Breakfast, Desserts, Cheese, Cafes, Chocolate, Sandwich, Coffee and Tea

BRING BACK THE TOASTIES AND REMOVE THE RACIST MUSLIM MANAGEMENT!!!!!<br> <br> I went into the Runcorn Espresso Boutique on Beenleigh rd recently to get breakfast. I asked for a toasted ham, cheese and tomato sandwich with a coffee. The lady behind the counter advised me that they no longer served toasted sandwiches of any kind because the store recently underwent a change in management and was now being run by some racist muslims who are obviously intolerant to anyone who isn't a fellow muslim because they let their religious beliefs interfere with their business practices. Last time I check, A COFFEE SHOP WAS NOT A MOSQUE! The new owners don't seem to think that think ham and cheese toasted sandwiches, along with all the other toasties don't have a place on the menu because ham is offensive to muslims. I wonder if this same shop pays halal cerification on their foodstuffs? Halal certification funds terrorism and I find terrorism offensive! Does that mean that I can remove these racist muslims from their management position because they are offending their non muslim customer base and funding terrorism? This was shameful, as I went into the same shop 2 weeks prior and had no problems ordering toasted sandwiches off the menu. If there is a higher authority managing the Runcorn Espresso Boutique than the new racist muslim managment I highly recommend that you look into how the shop is being run. You have just lost yourselves a long time loyal customer and have gained alot of bad press.

Bun Vietnamese Street Food opening plan
Bun Vietnamese Street Food

Westfield Garden City, 8 Street Market, Corner Logan Road & Kessels Roads, Upper Mount Gravatt, Brisbane, Logan City, Australia

Food Court, vietnamese, vegan, Vegetarian

When I first step upon 8 Street at Wesfield Garden City, I was so amazed how the place was packed with so many Asian's restaurant. There're japanese, korean, chinese... I was so indecisive to choose my lunch that I ended at "Bun Vietnamese Street Food" :D Though I was born to Vietnamese parents, I was suprised that I could not recognize all the dishes they had on their menu. I have decided to have some of the huge fresh rolls and Pork Banh Mi, while my kareshi went for Chicken Pho Soup. Banh Mi was okay, nothing wrong with it, but wasn't outstanding either. The baguette was freshly toasted, but&nbsp;I would like it to have more meat or herbs. The rolls were kind of pricey, but definitely worth it. I have had cheaper rolls in the city, but they definitely lacks a lot of fillings. The rolls must be popular because they sell out pretty much soon, when I came back like hour later to buy some more, they're mostly sold&nbsp;out. As for the pho, I found soup to be more salty than I would like it and I also don't like&nbsp;how they serve pho with thai basil and sprouts on it. I think it's better to serve them seperately and customers will add them according to their taste. However my kareshi said, that it was the best chicken meat in the pho he ever had! I don't really get, I mean, it was some ordinary boiled chicken for me... But he was definitely satisfied with the pho and that's all that matters :) <br><br><a href=";r=31079540&amp;to=39173479&amp;k=bba9e23e3839e3afe4f13abd7cb113de" target="_blank"><span class="left red-text"></span><span class="grey-text left ml5" data-icon="ลง"></span></a>