Malaysian eatery, PappaRich, will launch a new store in Coorparoo on Friday 18 January. In a unique move, the venue will be joined by sister-brand Pafu, which will bring its Japanese take on the French apple turnover to Queensland for the first time.
Seating 65, PappaRich Coorparoo will offer plenty of sharing dishes, with the menu to include beef rendang, sambal prawns, sambal eggplants, curry fish head and fillets, red chicken, chinese broccoli with oyster sauce among other tasty delicacies.
Since the first outlet opened in Melbourne 2016, PappaRich has become known for offering authentic Malaysian hawker fare that captures the diverse range of Malay, Indian and Chinese cuisine.
At Pafu, traditional French turnover and Japanese Shou pastry combine to create the Pafu apple puff pastry. Filled with custard and half a fresh apple. Since opening, new flavours have hit the scene that will be available in the Coorparoo store, including strawberry puffs, coffee and in a first for any Pafu store, apple and strawberry soft serve will be available in-store.
Launching into the Australian market in December 2017, PAFU now has seven stores across Victoria and New South Wales, with the Brisbane store to be their eighth. The new store is designed by DesignDesign and will have their trademark pink branding.
Hospitality recently spoke with Jason Leong, business development manager at ST Group, which operates PappaRich and Pafu, as well as Ippudo and Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart. Read the article here.