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Vapiano to open in Toowoomba before Christmas

Italian restaurant chain, Vapiano will open in Toowoomba in time for the Christmas period.
Italian restaurant chain, Vapiano will open in Toowoomba in time for the Christmas period.

NATIONAL Italian restaurant chain Vapiano will open in Toowoomba in time for Christmas. 

Vapiano offers a range of authentic Italian flavours tailored to the individual tastes and dietary preferences of all guests along with an extensive drinks list, serving craft beers, wines and cocktails.

In each Vapiano restaurant, pasta, pizza dough, sauces, salad dressing, and dolci are created fresh in-house daily.

Where possible, all fresh ingredients are sourced within a 150km radius from each restaurant - and Toowoomba will be no different.

Italian restaurant chain, Vapiano will open in Toowoomba in time for the Christmas period.
Italian restaurant chain, Vapiano will open in Toowoomba in time for the Christmas period.

Owner Will Cooke couldn't be more thrilled to operate a store in the Garden City.

"We are very excited to take Vapiano outside of major city centres and we have selected Toowoomba as our first regional location," he said.

"Toowoomba is a dynamic and growing city and the Grand Central Shopping Centre redevelopment provided us with a great opportunity to launch our brand regionally."

Italian restaurant chain, Vapiano will open in Toowoomba in time for the Christmas period.
Italian restaurant chain, Vapiano will open in Toowoomba in time for the Christmas period.

Vapiano has revolutionised the fresh casual dining sphere by combining quality, freshness and transparency to create an unforgettable dining experience for guests. 

Large oak tables, an olive tree sourced from Helidon, fresh herbs and light-coloured interior decoration characterise the relaxed and casual Mediterranean dining atmosphere guests can expect to enjoy. 

Vapiano Toowoomba will be the sixth restaurant to open in Australia since 2009.

Today there are 191 Vapiano restaurants in more than 30 countries on five continents.

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