Civil engineer and restaurant entrepreneur Peter Clark has opened a civil engineering restaurant in Brisbane’s CBD.
Mr Clark says his business has grown rapidly over the past few years, and that he has been inspired by the success of some of the city’s existing restaurants.
“It’s a fantastic place to eat, we’ve got a very large menu, a lot of great food and a lot more to come,” he said.
“I just feel it’s the right time to do that.”
Mr Clark is the founder and CEO of Newlay, a private business incubator in Brisbane.
He says his success is down to the support he receives from the community.
“The people that we’re working with are fantastic,” he says.
“They are the ones that have really pushed the boundaries of what we can do.”
A lot of our partners are really passionate about this.
They have put a lot into it and I think it’s great for the city.
“Newlay is one of four new businesses to open in Brisbane this year, including a food truck and a cafe.”
We are really excited about the future,” Mr Clark says.
Mr Langley says the opening of New Lay will have an impact on the area.”
There are a lot people working in the CBD now that have their own businesses,” he explains.”
So this is going to have an effect on them and they’re going to see a lot less foot traffic.
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