Residing on the ground floor of Pullman Brisbane King George Square, Goldfinch is the hotel’s signature restaurant, acting as the big sister to rooftop watering hole Sixteen Antlers. The venue pays homage to its iconic 1970s predecessor Goldfish Bar, which was frequented by visiting celebrities and global dignitaries, and held sordid Fitzgerald-inquiry secrets – there was even an underground tunnel that once linked the Goldfish Bar to council chambers. The space (most recently occupied by Bistro Allure) has been given a significant makeover, with a new Hamptons-inspired fit-out split with a cafe on one side and eatery on the other. Goldfinch offers around-the-clock dining thanks to the two halves, with a menu showcasing local seasonal produce through Mediterranean-inspired dishes, alongside Elixir coffee, wine and cocktails.


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