This Middle Eastern/Jewish hotspot is a James Street stayer that should be at the top of every Brisbane foodie's list.
Helmed by Adam Wolfers, Gerard’s Bistro’s menu is a vegetable-heavy star, featuring an array of house-made breads, local ingredients, and unexpected combinations.
From the kibbeh nayeh tartare with potato lahoh and black sesame to juicy cabbage skewers with ras el hanout, every dish carries bold, unique flavours with minimal ingredients – a style that carries all the way through to dessert, too.
Wine is the name of the game at Gerard’s, with a comprehensive list of Australian and international drops, and plenty of expertise on offer to help guests choose the perfect match.
Whether you’re seated in the leafy laneway, moody dining room, or are lucky enough to be a guest in the expansive PDR, Gerard’s Bistro is one Brisbane institution that needs to be experienced.