A New Tex Mex Restaurant Combining BBQ And Sushi Is About To Open In Spinola Bay

Housed in the ex-Ryans building, you can expect some very experimental dishes to be on offer

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After a successful expansion into the south, Tex Mex will be opening its next restaurant in the heart of Spinola, taking over the popular ex-Ryans building.

Named Tex Mex Que-Shi Spinola, the new eatery is set to focus on a mixture of BBQ and sushi with a modern twist, and diners can look forward to some very interesting takes on the asian cuisine.

"We'll be offering a mixture of BBQ and sushi, and we'll have some unique sushi too, with items like pulled pork, duck and hoisin, fillet of beef and crispy bacon," Tex Mex Head Chef Adam said.

Tex Mex has some serious surprises for the meat-lovers as well.

"We're dry-aging porterhouses right now for when we open," continued the chef. "We've also got USDA steaks, sticky short rib, pork belly ribs and lobster all on our Robata."

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Pictured above: Nine hours smoked sticky short rib, left, and beef teriyaki roll, right

Que-Shi will have some seriously experimental sushi on the menu

Expect everything from Pulled Pork Rolls with cream cheese, spring onion flash-fried in Panko breadcrumbs and BBQ sauce, to Duck Rolls with hoi sin, cucumber, spring onion, and black sesame seeds, as well as Crispy Bacon Rolls with seared salmon, teriyaki, cucumber, masago and spicy mayo.

Chef Adam said they'll also be offering a selection of nibbles to devour in the Spinola sun, as well as their awesome house-made ice-cream to end of the meal

"There'll be plenty of small appetisers to enjoy alone or share in happy hour, all with a bit of an Asian twist. And, of course, our homemade ice-creams and waffles," he said.

Tex Mex Que-Shi is set to open in March if all goes well, with the interior refurbishment well on its way to completion

Ahead of opening, Tex Mex also put out a post looking for people interested in working at Que-Shi

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