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Wagyu sirloin, bone marrow butter, smoked heirloom tomatoes and Bordelaise sauce.
Using traditional techniques alongside a charcoal furnace to deliver distinct flavour profiles, The Wolf on Queen Street brings a unique dining experience to the heart of Brisbane’s CBD. A trend-setting interior design of banquette and table settings, geometric tiles, an eclectic mix of artwork and a well-stocked bar greets diners as they ponder a menu heavily influenced by French, Italian and Spanish cuisine. Embark on a memorable culinary journey with charcoal-fired King prawns, coconut cauliflower purée and cardamom-infused bisque; before main dishes such as Brisbane Valley quail, wild grain and chorizo stuffing and Pedro Ximenez reduction, with sides of crispy confit potato, glazed parsnip, green beans and asparagus. For an indulgent finish, try dark Belgian chocolate cake and sorbet.
260 Queen Street, Brisbane CBD 4000 QLD - See Map
Just like creating the perfect dish, making the ideal fire for cooking is all about the ingredients - everything begins with the wood and working in harmony with the heat. Want to sample wood-fired co...
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Seats: 56 Chef: Wesley Marshall