WANDER INTO GAUGE

Hit the brakes, Brisbane – you need to stop by Gauge.

Nestled near the corner of Fish Lane and Grey, Gauge’s beautiful yet modest exterior hides what is one of Queensland’s most award-winning restaurants. A café by day and bustling restaurant by night, Gauge boasts a menu created from the best locally-sourced produce and a cutting-edge wine list that is full of forward-thinking and experimental producers.

The innovation doesn’t stop there. By day, Gauge’s current winter menu amazes guests with brunch options such as the Organic Oat Bircher with seasonal fruit, myrtle, and honeycomb, not to mention the rich charred flank steak with confit turnip and parsley sauce.

As the sun sets on Fish Lane, the good times roll on. The night meals are even more indulgent, with one of the most popular option being the seven-course menu brimming with delicious meals such as the Kohlrabi, BBQ pork collar, black garlic bread, and more.

Top off the night with Gauge’s reigning dessert, a roast kelp icecream caramelised with banana and finished off with dashes of Japanese Whisky and malted barley Maker. The only risk with ordering this dish? It’ll always leave you wanting more.

After dessert, cleanse the palate with one of Gauge’s exclusive wines, which reign supreme after its recent nomination by WINESLINGER’s prestigious 2018 panel.

Looking for someone to thank for the amazing food? Dream team Cormac Bradfield and Phil Marchant are the head chefs you’re seeking out. Under the guidance of owner Jerome Battan, these master chefs are the men behind the visionary food.

Open seven days a week for brunch, and from Wednesday to Saturday for dinner, this is one superstar restaurant you don’t want to miss out on.

So shift the gears and challenge your foodie tastes – its time to visit Gauge.

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