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Boasting 180 degree views of the Brisbane River, from the iconic Story Bridge to the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Blackbird Restaurant is one of Brisbane’s most popular restaurants. The sustainably sourced menu has a strong focus on local, Queensland produce and an impressive selection of beef. Imported from America, the kitchen utilises a one-of-a-kind wood fired grill that delivers results on the dry aged beef.
For a delectable steak in Sanctuary Cove on the Gold Coast, look no further than Black Angus Bar and Grill, situated right on the sparkling marina with views from every table. Specialising in the finest cuts of meat, cooked to perfection, Black Angus also offers fresh seafood platters sourced locally and an extensive wine list to compliment any selection.
Don't like tapas because you often leave still hungry? Black Hide Steakhouse by Gambaro, in Petrie Terrace, will change your mind. Combining the best of Spanish small-bites and quality Stanbroke steaks in one contemporary space, guests to Black Hide can design their own meal with dishes from both sides of the menu. And, if you're still not convinced, rumour on the street is they serve Brisbane's best BBQ ribs. Sold?
For Tuscan-style steak in Newstead, head to Florentine Italian Grill and Wine Room. This small yet atmospheric restaurant is from Brisbane restaurateur Gianni Greghini, (also behind Gianni’s Kitchen next door and Gusto da Gianni at Portside). Their speciality is bistecca alla fiorentina and they use the same Chianina cattle meat as their Italian friends, to ensure the authenticity of the dish.
Located in a culturally significant historic landmark, The Port Office Building, Moo Moo Wine Bar and Grill draws diners to the Brisbane CBD with the allure of great steak and wine. Not only does the rare and luxurious Cbassi and Rea VIP Wagyu feature on the menu, but the restaurant boasts an extensive wine list of over 900 drops. A typical steakhouse can be stuffy, smoky, with predominantly male crowds and a rowdy atmosphere.
Iconic Australian steakhouse, Ribs and Rumps, is famous for its legendary ribs, aged-to-perfection steaks and mammoth-sized portions. The spacious restaurant boasts a large bar area, internal and al fresco seating and a well-appointed private dining room is available for group bookings.
Located on the waterfront of the Brisbane River with views of the Story Bridge, Kingsley's delivers one of the finest steak and seafood menus in town. The wine list features Australian regional bottles that have been chosen to complement the cuisine. If you love your steak, the 1 kilogram T-bone comes highly recommended while seafood lovers must order their signature chilli mud crab.
Just inside the Homemaker City at Aspley, you’ll find a great option for lunch while shopping. Outback Steakhouse Aspley has a menu offering delicious juicy steaks, good portions and great atmosphere. Don’t fret if you’re not in the mood for steak – Outback offers seafood, salad and poultry options so you certainly won’t miss out!
What was once a notorious Fortitude Valley bath house, illegal casino and massage parlour is now a Parisian steakhouse and bar, Les Bubbles. The owner has embraced the building's sordid past, which makes dining an entertainingly tongue-in-cheek experience. Diners can enjoy a steak cooked to their liking, along with salad, bread and bottomless fries.
Boasting a steak menu that's seen more Australian countryside than middle-aged Winnebago owners, Graziers Steakhouse invites Hamilton locals and visitors to indulge their meaty cravings in its rich, bygone-era cigar bar style interior or contemporary al fresco area.
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