Moet and Chandon ICE

Enjoy champagne and bug rolls at Pacific Fair’s newest pop-up this Summer!

Pacific Fair is popping Moet & Chandon Ice Rosé bottles this summer to help you shop up a storm in style!

To celebrate the warmer months arriving on the Gold Coast, the shopping mecca has today opened a fabulous Moet & Chandon Ice Rosé Summer Pop-Up.

Shoppers who spend $250 or more in any store at Pacific Fair can head straight to the pop-up to enjoy a King Prawn & Moreton Bay bug roll and a complimentary glass of Moet & Chandon Ice Rosé!

Located on the Ground Floor of The Resort, the pop-up is hosted by the team from Gold Coast French restaurant Little Truffle who will also be serving up a limited menu including Lobster Rolls, Moreton Bay Bug and King Prawn rolls, Mushroom and Mozzarella Arancini and of course, a full Moet & Chandon beverage list.

With the weather heating up on the Gold Coast and plenty of Christmas presents still to buy, the Moet & Chandon Ice Rosé Summer Pop-Up is set to be the most stylish place for shoppers to cool down and relax after a busy shopping day.

The Pacific Fair Moet & Chandon Ice Rosé Summer Pop-Up will be open Wednesday to Sunday until Sunday 27 January.  The offer is limited to the first 100 customers per day and in order to claim the offer, customers must show receipts from the same day.

For more information, visit: pacificfair.com.au/what-s-on/moet-chandon-ice-rose-summer-pop-up

This is a sponsored editorial brought to you by Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.

 

Aldi recalls mayonnaise over glass contamination fears

ALDI has recalled a popular mayonnaise product from all of its stores due to faulty packaging.

The supermarket giant said in a recall notice posted this week that they have pulled all 466g jars of Colway Real Mayonnaise from shelves after it was discovered they have the potential for glass breakage.

“Faulty packaging could cause injury or result in glass contamination,” Aldi said.

Customers are being warned not to consume the German-made product and to return it to their nearest Aldi store for a full cash refund.

PHOTO: www.foodstandards.gov.au

Nanna’s famous Family Apple Pie recalled over glass fears

AN URGENT recall has been issued for Nanna’s famous Family Apple Pies over fears the popular Aussie desert may be contaminated with shards of glass.

The recall affects 600g Nannas Family Apple Pies with best before dates of 21 and 22 October 2020.

In a statement, Food Standards Australia and New Zealand said “an equipment failure with the supplier” led to an ingredient possibly being contaminated with glass.

“Consumers should not eat this product,” the statement read.

(Source: foodstandards.gov.au)

No other Nanna’s products are affected by the recall.

The desert is sold at all major supermarkets across Australia and can be returned for a full refund.

For more information, click here.

Doughnut Time is back on the Gold Coast!

The time has arrived Gold Coasters… yep that’s right, it’s officially Doughnut Time.

Sweet tooths around the country can finally rejoice because the popular dessert empire is back and promises to be better than ever.

Four new stores are set to swing open their doors from today, with the first two opening in The Myer Centre and Southbank in Brisbane (First 2500 people through the door score a free doughnut!)

The Gold Coast will then be treated to the glazed gooey goodness when Doughnut Time launches in Burleigh Heads on December 1, and Coomera before the end of the year.

New owner Pete Andros says he can’t wait to reunite Aussie doughnut lovers with old favourites, along with some exciting new treats including guilt-free options for the health conscious!

Dip me in sprinkles and throw me to the vegans

Posted by Doughnut Time Australia on Wednesday, 21 November 2018

“We will be keeping the brand familiar while tweaking the quality and developing some fun new flavours,” Andros said.

“The overall branding will be the same, but we’re giving the stores and menu a little refresh.”

The Gold Coast local has vowed not to repeat the actions of the former Doughnut Time administration, which saw the company go into liquidation earlier this year.

“We plan on running our business differently, expansion will be slower than it was in the past and we will be focusing on a few key stores per city,” Mr Andros said.

PHOTO: Supplied

Melbourne stores will be next to launch after Queensland, with sites locked down in Degraves Street, Fitzroy and Hawthorne.

Sorry Sydney fans, you’ll have to wait a little while longer with stores planned for early 2019.

How we’ve survived without these sugary treats for eight long months, we do-nut know!

Because six is always better than one

Because six is always better than one

Posted by Doughnut Time Australia on Thursday, 1 November 2018

DROOL! These are the new restaurants hitting Harbour Town

It’s tipped to be the eatery to rival all eateries…

Gold Coasters are in for a real treat this festive season, with Harbour Town’s epic new dining precinct ‘Harbour Town Eats‘ set to open its doors!

Locals visiting the popular shopping centre regularly would be aware that the multi-million dollar dining precinct has been in the works for a few months now, however we can officially confirm that it’s on track to open in December.

Last month, myGC revealed famous Asian hawker style market 8 Street would be moving in, along with Crafty’s, a rad new sports bar.

We’ve now just gotten word that Zeus Street Greek will also be calling Harbour Town home.

The much-loved Greek eatery will offer a contemporary and relaxed dining environment with fresh and flavoursome Greek inspired dishes that are perfect to grab and go or relax and enjoy.

They’ll be joining new food retailer Sanctum, which was also confirmed to be hitting Harbour Town next month.

Sanctum’s menu features an assortment of gourmet breakfast options, a flavour-packed lunch and dinner menu, fine artisan coffee and even a feature “Fish and Chippery” window, which is sure to be a hit with those who have worked up an appetite shopping!

PHOTO: Supplied – Harbour Town

Harbour Town Centre Manager, Gary Webb says he looks forward to welcoming Crafty’s Sports Bar, Zeus Street Greek, Sanctum and 8 Street to Harbour Town Eats in the coming weeks.

“Our restaurant line-up expands on the already enticing range of international foods and flavours at Harbour Town, and establishes the Centre as a destination for dining not just during our core Outlet Shopping hours but also into the evenings, 7 days-a-week,” Mr Webb said.