Brisbane has a new dining venue and it looks incredible!!! Designed by Sally Taylor, Beaux Rumble has taken design inspiration from Grand Central Terminal in New York with subtle design references from the beautiful building, with intricate metal work and marble tiling.
Internationally acclaimed Michelin-starred chef, Alan Wise will be overseeing the open plan kitchen with a custom-designed grill and a stunning wood-fired oven (nicknamed Ned Kelly)
“When guests are taken into the restaurant, they will walk past the kitchen, with all the flavours, flames, sizzle and preparation on show. None of the kitchen is concealed; we want diners to see it before they get to their table, to see the honesty of it,” said Chef.
Based in Ada Lane beside the Calile Hotel in James Street, Beaux Rumble features dining experiences over two levels. On ground level, Beaux Rumble features a vibrant terrace which looks out onto Ada Lane for breakfast, cocktails and casual dining, and the main dining room, which is hidden from initial view, features a softer palette and is a room of comfortable elegance. Upstairs, there are two private dining rooms with generous spaces that overlook the entry and beautiful staircase as well as The Terrace which will boast a New York rooftop style vibe. The two private dining rooms have been named the Biltmore Room and the Vanderbilt Room, both after rooms at Grand Central Station – the Biltmore Room is also known as the Kissing Room, where arriving travellers embraced their sweethearts returning from a long journey, and the Vanderbilt Room is after Cornelius Vanderbilt who built Grand Central Terminal in 1871.
LUNCHES begin this Friday, with Sunday Brunches starting Sunday November 17.
We will be heading over for dinner tomorrow evening, and will keep you posted on our experience via Instagram.
Published by: Aliyah Ravat
Information and Images provided by: Kath Rose and Associates