Malt Dining Brisbane

Malt Dining in Brisbane lures in diners with a warm and welcoming old world charm in the 1865 Wenley House that was originally Queensland’s first municipal market.

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The sophisticated three level restaurant features a dimly lit old fashioned wine and cocktail bar with Tasmanian oak, vintage lamps and exposed brickwork in original condition.

Malt Dining also offers an intimate room for private bookings with walls of cellared wine and champagne and a fine dining room in the Attic. This boasts 160 year old heritage timber trusses in the high ceiling and an ebony grand piano that will forever belong to the building as it was brought in before the stairs were built.

The venue boasts picture windows with views over the city, glimpses of the Cathedral and contemporary elements that compliment the rustic sophistication.

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The hidden treasure on Market Street delivers unsurpassed gracious service, a superior wine list and exceptional fine foods.

Ordered by the glass, the NV Monmousseau Brut ‘Etoile’ Chenin Blanc is a versatile white-wine grape variety that has been cultivated in the Loire Valley in France. It is a light and fresh everyday wine that compliments the Pan Seared Hervey Bay Scallops on the entrée menu.

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This dish is fresh and unique, superbly plated with vanilla and artichoke barigoule and a celery puree.

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Complimented with a glass of fragrant A Mano IGT Fiano Greco, the Market Fish made by the classically French trained chef is superb.

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Sitting on a bed of Moreton Bay bug ravioli with a side of cooked zucchini spaghetti, French origin tarragon bisque and garnished with mandarin crumble, this main meal brings together the contemporary and traditional fusion that represents Malt Dining.

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However the Sous Vide Lamb Rump illustrates creativity with inspired flavours like the beetroot puree and distinctive presentation such as polenta stuffed pequillos.

Malt Dining offers fortified wines with the perceivably humble dessert that the locals travel in for. The signature ‘Malt’ Brownie is inimitable, layered with vanilla ice cream and plated with freeze dried chocolate mousse and smooth and crunchy textures.

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Malt Dining is sophisticated with layers of contemporary fixtures mixed with historic eloquence and fine food and wine that compliment the rustic charm of the buildings nineteenth-century working-class beginnings.

Note: In conjunction with Brisbane Marketing, Malt Dining are celebrating Brisbane’s international-standard cuisine and local produce as Brisbane hosts the 2014 G20. From 1 to 30 November, Malt Dining is offering a divine Prix Fixe lunch menu: two courses for $47pp and three courses for $59pp, Monday to Thursday only.

Details: 28 Market Street, Brisbane, QLD Australia 4000 | 07 3236 4855 | Open Monday to Friday from 11.30am and Saturday from 5.30pm for Malt Dining

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