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16 Best Steakhouses in Brisbane For Your Grill Fix | Man of Many

What could be better than some best beef selections in Brisbane City, how about the best beef selections and some of the best views in Brisbane overlooking the Storey Bridge. Well, you find this perfect combination at Blackbird Bar & Grill.  Cuts on offer here include Darling Downs Angus cross, Jack’s Creek wagyu sirloin, Icon XB wagyu rump and “1000” Guineas Australian shorthorn rib eye. All of which are cooked using an Infierno 96 wood-fired grill. Which is imported from America to cook the dry-aged beef perfectly.

1. Blackbird Bar & Grill

In 2016, Black Hide Steakhouse was named Australia’s Best Steak Restaurant. It’s no wonder why they won as they use the very best quality Wagyu and Angus beef supplied exclusively by Stanbroke Beef. With 12 cuts of steak available to try such as eye fillet, rib eye and sirloin to name a few. All of which are expertly cooked and served with potatoes and a range of sauces to choose from.

2. Black Hide Steakhouse

Moo Moo The Wine Bar and Grill is a favourite among many Brisbane locals. Using Kobe wagyu from the Darling Downs, grain-feed beef from Liverpool Plains and Leyburn as well as dry-aged black Angus sourced from Gippsland in Victoria. Here they have an extensive steak menu ranging from the classics to Moo Moo specials, all of which are cooked over coal and wood. The steak menu ranges from T-Bones and tomahawks all the way to Wagyu striploin and Moo Moo specialty steaks like in-house dry-aged Black Angus and in house 50-day dry-aged Beef.

3. Moo Moo The Wine Bar and Grill

Walter’s Steakhouse and Wine Bar is known for its timeless New York style and charm and not to mention amazing stakes on offer here. They source only the best Australian grain-fed beef, as well as dry-aging and preparing all steaks in-house. This amazing Australian grain-fed beef is available in different cuts such as Day Dry Aged New York Strip and eye fillet to name a few.

4. Walter’s Steakhouse and Wine Bar

Les Bubbles is a Parisian style Steakhouse and bar. The centrepiece of the menu here is Steak frites, which is known by many as the national dish of France. They only use grass-fed, free-range beef here. You’ll be served a juicy flame-grilled steak that’s cooked to medium-rare perfection that’s accompanied by a soft leaf salad, plenty of sauce and an unlimited supply of fries.

5. Les Bubbles

Alchemy Restaurant and Bar Brisbane is a Brisbane favourite for its exquisite cuisine and spectacular waterfront views.  Alchemy features a large range of wagyu, dry-aged and pasture-fed cuts. These include Angus Wagyu Beef Striploin, Beef Cheeks and more cuts also available. There is also a long list of Australian, New Zealand and European wine options.

6. Alchemy Restaurant and Bar Brisbane

Norman Hotel has long been regarded as the benchmark when it comes to steak restaurants in Brisbane. They’ve kept this benchmark by working with the best of the best premium beef suppliers. Serving up delicious cuts of Thousand Guineas, Riverina Angus, Great Southern, Royal, Beef City Black, Diamantina Platinum and Bindaree Vintage dry-aged beef. They offer a wide range of sumptuous cuts of meat that are cooked to perfection.

7. Norman Hotel

SK Steak & Oyster is known for its juicy perfectly cooked stakes and its amazingly fresh seafood. SK uses Stockyard Beef as its exclusive grain-fed beef supplier. The sustainable and ethically sourced steak selection includes various cuts from eye fillets, prime ribs and chateaubriand to Marbled sirloin, Kiwami sirloin and a one-kilo sirloin on the bone that is dry-aged for 35 days. All of which are cooked and grilled over two kinds of wood ironbark for the heat and applewood for the flavour you just can’t beat.

8. SK Steak & Oyster

Port Office Hotel is known for its timeless French feel and amazing food and drinks. They serve up delicious cuts of meat from Darling Downs. With amazing and tasty cuts including wagyu rumps, wagyu eye fillets, wagyu rump cap as well as a sizeable Darling Downs tomahawk all served with specific sides and your choice of sauce, with amazing thin-cut frites. The drinks menu here is full of Australian and European wines and 16 cocktails inspired by different parts of the world as well as 24 beers on tap.

9. Port Office Hotel

Morrison Hotel has been serving perfectly grilled meats to Brisbane locals since 1927. Here there are eight different cuts on offer all with the famous mushroom sauce and twice-baked house potato. Some favourites include the Darling Downs 180+ days grain-fed 400g rump, the Darling Downs 180+ days grain-fed 800g rump. As well as the Darling Downs 400 g Rib on Bone and many more tasty cuts.

10. Morrison Hotel

Breakfast Creek Hotel is a legendary Brisbane establishment, it has been serving amazing stakes off the grill since 1967. Sourcing its beef from across southeast Queensland, they only select cattle that are raised on natural pastures and their wagyu beef is sourced from the Darling Downs region. There are 11 steak cuts to choose from which are chargrilled to perfection in plain view and are available with a range of sides and sauces. There’s even an expansive wine, beer and 400-strong rum list.

11. Breakfast Creek Hotel

OTTO Ristorante is an Italian restaurant that’s right on the banks of the Brisbane River at South Bank. The stellar views pair perfectly with the Italian dishes and mouth-watering steak on offer here. The meats on offer here are sourced from Rangers Valley and are grain-fed. A popular dish here is the 270-day grain-fed Black Angus slab known as The Otto Reserve.

12. OTTO Ristorante

The Boatshed is one of the best steak restaurants in Brisbane’s CBD. With a choice of 15 steaks from the Barkley Tablelands. With choices like Grain-fed eye fillet, rib fillet to sirloin and OP rib on the bone as well as beef that’s dry-aged for 40 days. To make your stake even better you can choose from seven steak toppers, including prawns, oysters, blue cheese wedges and even crispy onion rings.

13. The Boatshed

Vintaged Bar + Grill sources the very best locally sourced Australian fish and meat produce. The meat here is cooked on the grill using traditionally infused char giving the amazing meats from Western Downs, Oakey and Warwick an incredible flavour. The grain- and grass-fed Angus rump cap, Eye fillets and wagyu scotch fillet cuts are served with house-made sides and sauces like caper and anchovy butter, chive cream sauce or red wine jus to name a few.

14. Vintaged Bar + Grill

Hamilton Hotel is home to local favourite Graziers Steakhouse Restaurant and Bistro. Which use fresh local produce and also offers some amazing char-grill steaks. With cuts like American ribs, Eye fillets, Wagyu Rumps and T-bone cuts. These cuts are accompanied by toppers like creamy garlic prawns, wild forest mushrooms, garlic and rosemary seasoned potatoes and even Cajun chicken wings.

15. Hamilton Hotel

Fatcow Steak & Lobster is wieldy known for its large selection of woodfired beef. With prime cuts like a wagyu rump, Satsuma wagyu striploin, a one-kilo T-bone and even an ultra-luxe wagyu tomahawk to name a few. Each steak comes with a choice of sauce and a selection of premium sides including smoked butter mashed potato, baked mac’n’cheese, creamed spinach, battered onion rings and more.

16. Fatcow Steak & Lobster

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