Where to indulge in caviar in Brisbane
Sorry, roe, but you can continue gently down the stream… we’re here for the real deal!
Rich, saline and glisteningly gorgeous, proper sturgeon caviar is a foodie indulgence that everyone has to try (at least) once.
If you’re planning a gourmet celebration or just ticking one off the bucket list, here are some spots to try caviar in Brisbane. Our pairing recommendation? Champagne, of course!
Fatcow Steak and Lobster | Eagle Street Pier
It’s hard to beat surf ‘n’ turf, especially when the marine contribution looks like this! $200 will see you scooping into 30 grams of Oscietra caviar served with buckwheat blini. Follow up with a juicy steak, and suddenly the Brown Snake’s looking a lot like the Moskva…
Bisou Bisou | Fortitude Valley
Whether you’re enjoying a gourmet French experience in the restaurant or just indulging in the bar, Bisou Bisou serves up 30 grams of Oscietra caviar for $190, with blinis, crème fraîche, sieved egg, chives and shallots to accompany.
SK Steak and Oyster | James Street
Soak in the old-school steakhouse vibes in this modern/minimal dining room, and be sure to wear your slinkiest outfit to suit the indulgence that lies ahead! For $220, you can enjoy 30 grams of Oscietra caviar, served traditionally with buckwheat blini and accompaniments including perfectly diced chives and shallots so you can create your perfect (and we mean perfect) bite.
The stunning heritage surrounds of Treasury Brisbane have to be the perfect accompaniment to caviar (aside from crème fraîche, chives and toast)! At Black Hide you have options, with Oscietra caviar going for $125 for 10 grams or $325 for 30 grams, or big boy Beluga caviar on offer for $600 for 30 grams.
Ruski Way Deli | Woolloongabba
Keen to SERIOUSLY wow the guests at your next dinner party? This hidden gem in Woolloongabba is stocked with Russia’s best, including plenty of caviar to pile high on your homemade blini, dress some oysters, or scatter over scrambled eggs…
Go on… you deserve it!