Black Hide by Gambaro at Treasury Brisbane will enchant and entertain guests by showcasing one of the most extensive selections of world-class Australian Wagyu and Angus steak cuts as the hero cuisine, mouth-watering seafood dishes, and a wide choice of tantalising share plates.
Overlooking the Brisbane River and within an easy stroll of the city’s arts and cultural South Bank precinct, this stunning restaurant will provide exceptional personalised guest service, and a divinely rich atmosphere that can only be delivered by blending intricate and cutting-edge design with worldly charm and sophistication.
Treasury Brisbane COO Kelvin Dodt says that the venue’s interiors were inspired both by its heritage and purpose. “In partnership with The Gambaro Group, we wanted to orchestrate a design that paid respect to the building’s history while reflecting our hero cuisine of succulent, tender steak,” he explains. “We collaborated with a team of local consultants and contractors to create an edgy and sleek design combined with the types of rustic textures and materials typically found on a cattle station and butchery – think polish, leather, hand-stitched, saddle, wrought iron, rope, timber, luxe, raw.” The restaurant’s exclusive private dining space has been named Black Label Room. Fully enclosed, room can cater up to 10 people amidst its velvet and timber-lined walls. The space also boasts plenty of marble and brass, an impressive knife display, bar, and dry aged meat display (as is fitting of the theme).
Quadric was engaged to transform the space within Brisbane’s iconic heritage Treasury Casino building. Fulfilling the role of Principal Contractor, Quadric offered a the vertically integrated ability of bespoke joinery to deliver a such an impressive project in such a short period. Working with Plus Architecture, Star Entertainment Project Managers, and Gambaros, was a delight from start to finish.