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Bar And Grill “Kōst” Arrives In The Gold Coast

The recent opening of Kōst in Broadbeach’s Oracle Boulevard is an exciting addition to the Gold Coast’s vibrant culinary scene. Here’s what you can expect:

The Vision and Team

  • Owner: Dave Galvin, known for other popular establishments like Mozza Mozza and Bird Royale in the Sunshine State.
  • Executive Chef: Sebbie Keynon, who has experience with the Burnt Ends Group in Jakarta.

The Food

  • Charcoal Cooking: A significant focus on charcoal-cooked dishes, facilitated by a 2-metre Mibrasa wood-fire grill.
  • Over Embers Menu: A dedicated menu section for dishes that are cooked over embers.
  • Dry Age Cool Room: A purpose-built facility for dry aging a variety of proteins, including a 1kg dry age O’Connor beef T-bone.

Menu Highlights

  • Raw Dishes: A range of raw dishes to start your meal.
  • Snacks: A selection of lighter fare.
  • Seafood: Options like whole market fish, seafood platters, and towers.
  • Specialty Items: Champagne and caviar trolleys, and wood-fired lobsters available upon request.
  • Signature Dishes: XL bay bug harissa bisque, Mooloolaba king prawns with fermented chili, Margra lamb rack with charred onion, and fire-kissed Yellowfin tuna with pickled walnut.

The Bar

  • Bar Menu: Smaller food offerings like lobster rolls, fish fingers, and a signature Kōst burger.
  • Drinks: A robust wine list featuring over 130 options, including an impressive Champagne selection. The bar also offers an inventive range of cocktails, beers, and spirits.

The Venue

  • Seating: A 130-seat main dining area, a 50-seat bar, an outdoor pavilion, and a private dining room that can accommodate up to 12 guests.

Location and Timing

  • Address: 135 Oracle Boulevard, Broadbeach.
  • Open: Daily

Kōst aims to offer a unique dining experience combining the best of local seafood, exceptional charcoal cooking, and a coastal-inspired ambiance. With a well-curated menu and an expansive drinks list, it seems poised to become a must-visit destination on the Gold Coast.

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