Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach

Hideaway Kitchen & Bar brings Asian street-food to Broadbeach

Inspired by bustling laneways in night markets throughout Asia, Hideaway Kitchen & Bar is the latest addition to Broadbeach’s thriving culinary scene and dishes up street-food bursting with flavour not pretence. The doors officially open on Thursday June 30.

Given its name, you would be forgiven for thinking it’s tucked away down an alley, on the contrary, however, Hideaway Kitchen & Bar is hidden in plain sight on the Gold Coast Highway. Nestled between highrises, the new venue is the latest from Scott Imlach, owner of Bine Bar & Dining, and Jon Hizola, the former head chef at Etsu, so you know you’re in for a treat. Graffiti covers every square inch of wall space creating a dramatic backdrop whilst some seriously mouth-watering aromas waft out from the kitchen transporting you to the streets of Thailand. Out the back, a spacious alfresco deck lined with tables (and quirky hanging umbrellas) provides the perfect setting for long lunches that accidentally roll into cocktail-filled evenings.

Showcasing the best street-food from around Southeast Asia including Indonesian-style satay, Japanese-style beef and Filipino pork, the entire menu is designed for sharing. Enjoy a roving feast of beautifully delicate sashimi and a range of small plates or skip right to the hefty serves of whole tempura fish and 500-gram rib-eye steaks. Jon has gone to great lengths to source the best possible produce and all sauces including the soy are made in-house and are completely MSG-free. As you might expect, Scott has also curated a pleasing selection of swill including Asian beers, sake and cocktails with a hint of Asian flavour. Designed to accommodate groups with ease, Hideaway Kitchen & Bar offers a range of seating areas including booth-style seating as well as a private dining area that can fit 18. If you’re up for a little culinary adventure, go out of your way to discover Hideaway Kitchen & Bar.

For opening hours and contact details, see our Stumble Guide.

The Stumble Guide is our comprehensive Gold Coast dining guide with more than 350 places to eat, drink, shop and play.

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