Mad Mex arrives in QueenslandDecember 2010
This summer a Mexican wave is heading for Brisbane. Get ready to rejoice in the arrival of deliciously-different Baja Mexican cuisine to Brisbane.
Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill is bringing authentic fresh, healthy and fast Baja Mexican dishes to Queensland, with the opening of its ninth Australian store at 322 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley on 22 December 2010.
Mad Mex entrepreneur and founder Clovis Young said the restaurant would appeal to Queenslanders’ love of market fresh produce and dishes that pack a flavoursome punch.
“We know Brisbane-ites are going to be delighted at just how good California-influenced Mexican cuisine can taste. Our gourmet made to order burritos, tacos, nachos, burrito bowls and quesadillas, combined with quick service in a vibrant atmosphere (void of cliché imagery) will be a welcome change to Brisbane’s Mexican dining scene,” he said.
Mad Max will set a new standard in Brisbane’s fast-casual dining marketplace, with its state-of-the-art open plan kitchen and dining areas accented by original artwork, a Corona-bottle chandelier and communal indoor and outdoor tables.
“We are committed to offering the freshest and healthiest gourmet food in town. Our fully customisable menu allows patrons to individualise their choices to suit their tastes or dietary requirements.”
“We believe that just because you want a fast meal, you should never sacrifice quality and we’re confident Queenslanders will love all that Baja-Mexican cuisine has to offer.”
Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill only uses top quality meats, produce and condiments in its food. The slow-cooked and grilled meats along with the “made from scratch” guacamole are prepared on-site daily and imported Mexican chillies and tomatillos ensure the salsas have truly authentic flavour. All meats are AUSMEAT or export grade cuts, and chicken products are all free-range, hormone-free and chemical-free.
Eat-in or take-away food items range from $2 to $12.90. The fully licensed venue also offers signature $8 margaritas made with Herradura Tequila, and a range of local and imported cervezas (beers) and a selection of Jarritos, an imported Mexican soft drink.
The new Fortitude Valley location will host an indoor and outdoor seating capacity of 45.