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Paradox Kitchen & Bar Now Open for Dinner

We live in a city known for its white sandy beaches and incredible weather, but something we are fast becoming renowned for is our rapidly growing urban experiences with our dining, shopping and entertainment precincts exploding in the last few years.

With this wave came the introduction of The 4217 Urban Village and Paradox Coffee Roasters with its focus on a relaxed yet professional and friendly service, this venue has taken off now extending its offering, officially opening for dinner with Paradox Kitchen & Bar.

We were lucky enough to attend an exclusive preview of the new dinner menu and experience the famous upbeat, contemporary environment we had heard locals raving about.

The Menu boasts many incredible options with fresh selections and signature dishes such as the Prawn Popcorn and a mix of shared plates all showcasing the finest meat, seafood and vegetables.
a personal favourite was the Coffee Crusted Darling Downs Beef ribs washed down with a Paradox Coffee Espresso Martini

So this summer we suggest you head down to the 4217 Urban Village grab yourself a cocktail and sit out on the deck at Paradox Kitchen & Bar under the fairy lights and grab a plate of something that will be sure to have you coming back regularly.

Paradox Kitchen & Bar is open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights for delicious dinners, delightful cocktails and decadent desserts from 5 pm

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Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city

Paradox Kitchen & Bar Now Open for Dinner

We live in a city known for its white sandy beaches and incredible weather, but something we are fast becoming renowned for is our rapidly growing urban experiences with our dining, shopping and entertainment precincts exploding in the last few years.

With this wave came the introduction of The 4217 Urban Village and Paradox Coffee Roasters with its focus on a relaxed yet professional and friendly service, this venue has taken off now extending its offering, officially opening for dinner with Paradox Kitchen & Bar.

We were lucky enough to attend an exclusive preview of the new dinner menu and experience the famous upbeat, contemporary environment we had heard locals raving about.

The Menu boasts many incredible options with fresh selections and signature dishes such as the Prawn Popcorn and a mix of shared plates all showcasing the finest meat, seafood and vegetables.
a personal favourite was the Coffee Crusted Darling Downs Beef ribs washed down with a Paradox Coffee Espresso Martini

So this summer we suggest you head down to the 4217 Urban Village grab yourself a cocktail and sit out on the deck at Paradox Kitchen & Bar under the fairy lights and grab a plate of something that will be sure to have you coming back regularly.

Paradox Kitchen & Bar is open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights for delicious dinners, delightful cocktails and decadent desserts from 5 pm

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Picture of Owen George

Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city