Kickon Group has overhauled the F&B offering at The Collective in Palm Beach, Queensland adding three new and diverse kitchens to choose from.

The offering has been expanded to include three new kitchens: Fat Tomato, Rumba, and Scoop Dogg. These join the already popular Luckies, an American diner; and Umami, which is an Asian fusion offer.

Fat Tomato will bring a playful Italian dining experience to the area, with dishes including a pasta-filled cob loaf, alongside classic pizzas and pastas. Rumba focuses on Latin American cuisine, specializing in seafood and grilled meats. Both Fat Tomato and Rumba are now open. Scoop Dogg, opening on 27 May, will be The Collective’s ice cream parlour with classic flavours alongside new and inventive creations.

“We are excited to launch three new kitchens at The Collective Palm Beach—Fat Tomato, Rumba, and Scoop Dogg. These additions underscore our commitment to continuously enhancing our venue and bringing something new, exciting and vibrant to the people of Palm Beach,” stated venue manager Stewart Mackay.

Kickon Group founder and CEO Craig Shearer added: “These latest additions reflect our ongoing dedication not only to our patrons’ dining experience but also to the people of Palm Beach. The Palm Beach locals have always been our biggest supporters, and we can’t wait for them to experience these great new restaurant concepts.”

The news of the expansion of The Collective’s F&B expansion comes off the back of work done by the group at The Dock in Mooloolaba, one of its newest venues, in overhauling the menu there for locals. The group also now plans on adding a new functions and events space to the venue.

Further south, Kickon Group were just named this week as Hotel Group Operator of the Year at the 2024 AHA (Vic) awards for Excellence. Read about the win here.

Vanessa Cavasinni

Vanessa Cavasinni is the managing editor of Australian Hotelier and Club Management, trade publications for the pub and club sectors respectively. Vanessa has been at the helm of Australian Hotelier since...

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