OLE at South Bank’s Little Stanley Street is undergoing a revamp, set to unveil its vibrant new look on Tuesday 28 August following a full renovation and menu change. Also included in the renovation is The Sangria Bar on Grey Street. The back to back venues will be integrated into one ample Spanish locale giving guests an expansive view from Little Stanley Street across to Grey Street.

The new joinery will see internal walls removed, making way for an open central bar that will offer double sided service at the refurbished 220 seat capacity venue. An update on the festive Spanish vibe will be seen throughout the dining space in the form of a large feature wine rack and a mural of a Spanish siren in motion with a range of high and low seating options for small and large groups. Maintaining their namesakes, the physical fusion of the venues will make way for even more space for guests to wine, dine and dance the night away. Patrons will still be able to enjoy the modern Spanish flavours offered by OLE’s menu in both Ole Restaurant and The Sangria Bar.

Heading up the kitchen and menu changes is Ole Group Executive Chef Tito Fornasiero, who credits the change for Ole and Sangria Bar to team passion and dedication, “I absolutely love the whole experience. It is for me, still a new exciting adventure every day, both as a person and a chef. Passion for food is not the only motivation, at this stage what is fundamental for me is creating a positive and professional environment for each one of my chefs, and this change in the venue is paramount for this. It will transmit love into the food our Chefs create and execute every day, resulting in a better experience both for our customers and the staff.”

The new menu will be launched in time for spring.

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