If Gambaro isn’t at the top of your list of Brisbane’s best seafood spots, then you need to do some re-evaluating. The landmark destination for a mind-blowing feast has been at the top of its game for years and shows no sign of slipping. Situated in the middle of Caxton Street’s hotbed of bars and eateries, Gambaro sets itself apart with a stellar variety of spaces in addition to the top-notch nosh. Linger at the front bar with friends and a few drinks, or head straight into the lavishly decorated dining room and start perusing the menu. Fresh fish lovers will be excited to know that every catch is hauled in daily and is sourced predominantly from within Queensland. As if that wasn’t enough, Gambaro also features a near unmatched wine selection to complement the feast, so we suggest booking a table at your earliest convenience.
Gambaro’s Spring Menu: As always, crustacean-crazed diners can snack on Tasmanian crayfish or cooked mud crabs, while the new spring menu boasts the likes of tuna tartare with beetroot and raspberry, barramundi fillets with parmesan-egg cream, grilled scallops with porchetta, apple and hazelnut, and orecchiette with peas, broad beans, asparagus and ricotta. View the spring menu here.