European-style Mobile Restaurant to Roll Out Soon

European-style Mobile Restaurant to Roll Out Soon

Get ready to hop onto this mobile restaurant-on-wheels that’s all set to roll down to Brisbane in late November, with New Farm Park as its first stop, before rolling into Manly, the Kangaroo Point, and other areas to offer European-inspired fine dining on the move.



The Biuso family – Biagio and Sarah and their son Joseph – will be making their way to New Farm soon aboard their converted 12.5-m school bus to deliver a European-style fine dining experience on wheels.


Da Biuso as a concept is a first for the Brisbane dining scene and is expected to serve a produce-driven degustation menu, along with a carefully curated wine list, within a fit-out that’s reminiscent of the city’s historic trams.

Van Demons Vans is in charge of bringing to life Da Biuso’s look. It will sport an exquisite interior featuring a four-metre kitchen, upholstered seats, elegant curtains, wood and subdued ambient lighting. The bespoke mobile restaurant can accommodate 14 diners at a mixed two and four-seater table, or up to 18 diners when hired for a group function.

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The couple has operated several restaurants across Brisbane, Sydney and Cairns including  Marina Paradiso which closed in 2019 and Fortitude Valley’s Casa Nostra Ristorante. In fact, the idea of Da Biuso came when the family was trying to keep Casa Nostra afloat during the pandemic’s early stages with a limited seating capacity, which they realised worked very well for them.

Da Biuso’s seasonal contemporary European menu with a touch of Sicily may be akin to brick-and-mortar sister venue, Casa Nostra Ristorante|
Da Biuso’s seasonal contemporary European menu with a touch of Sicily may be akin to brick-and-mortar sister venue, Casa Nostra Ristorante| Photo credit: Casa Nostra / casanostraristorante.com.au

Head Chef Biago and son will be preparing seasonal modern-European dishes with a touch of Sicilian influences featuring fresh catches and locally sourced meats along with pasta to be paired with vino specially curated by Sarah. Her wine list will focus on Italian selections plus cocktails, beers and digestifs.


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Da Biuso is planned to be open five days a week serving lunch and dinner and will also be available to book for special events and functions. It will have its first stop at New Farm and hopefully before December this year, the mobile restaurant could later move on a rotating basis at Kangaroo Point Cliffs and Manly.