About Artisan BBQ
Latin-americans are born with smoke in their eyes and using wood and charcoal fire is basic and ubiquitous cooking method in all the Americas. Although born and bred in Sydney, Nat and Tom’s culture is strong and hence BBQ was always a favourite unifier of family and friends.
They moved to Queensland from Sydney and attended various multicultural festivals in the region and decided they could provide something unique that was true to their latin-american background. As Anthony Bourdain once said: “BBQ may not be the road to world peace, but it’s a start”
Artisan BBQ use pork sourced from the Mary Valley through Zac’s Meats and local tomatoes and herbs in their famous salsa from Cini Farm in Moore Park.
They do a gorgeous BBQ tasting plate with pork belly, crackling and different tastes of their various Spanish sausages on offer. They also do their famous Chorizo on a roll with salsa and are currently in the test kitchen expanding their seasonal menu.
Family is an essential ingredient to Artisan BBQ and represent and present flavours that encompass their love for their family in every cook.
- Gluten Free
What do they sell?
Spanish sausage on a fresh roll, tasting plate with pork belly, sausage and salsa.
Pork is sourced through Zac’s Meats from the Mary Valley. Tomates and herbs in the salsa are sourced locally from Cini Herbs in Moore Park Road and made by Tom and his wife Nat.
Where can you find them?
At festival and events all over the Bundaberg region, mostly foodie-related ones. Have made the odd-appearance at The Brewhouse for special events too.
Available for catering/functions?
Yes, please get in touch via their facebook page for info.