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Beirne Lane, The House of the people, is a 24 hour, seven-day-a-week gastro pub with the motto “Dine all Day, Drink all Day, Dance all Night”, located within the beautiful heritage-listed TC Beirne Building.
The food and drinks menu has Irish and Japanese cuisine flavours, taking inspiration from the building’s namesake, Thomas Charles Beirne, who was an Irish Immigrant with a love for Japan. The Josper charcoal oven, a proud feature of the kitchen, will be turning out flavour-packed dishes like king prawns with black garlic butter, marinated spatchcock with charred lime, and featured dry-age beef from our local supplier, Bannock Brae farm.
Beers include a few crowd favourites as well as a constantly-rotating selection of craft beers by local and interstate breweries. As for the wine list, it is considered a balance of contemporary and classic drops with an emphasis on natural, organic, biodynamic, and longer skin contact wines alongside accessible favourites.More
Nationally acclaimed and award winning e'cco Bistro was founded by one of Australia's most celebrated chefs, Philip Johnson, in Brisbane in 1995. For the past 23 years, Philip and his team at his landmark bistro have taken a sure yet simple approach by serving unpretentious food to the delight of all diners alike, this has cemented e'cco's reputation in the culinary landscape.
Having relocated from it's original location in Brisbane CBD to the fast growing inner-city residential mecca, Newstead, e'cco has been positioned to prosper for the next 23 years and beyond.
As Philip says “We do as little as possible with the best ingredients available.More
The term "gastropub" is actually a combination of the words pub (short for "public house") and gastronomy (the study of the relationship between culture and food).
The one element that truly sets the gastropub apart from a traditional pub is its emphasis on quality food. Microwaves, deep-fryers and giant freezers give way to fresh ingredients, revolving menu items and creative preparation.S
A true gastropub changes its menu daily, uses fresh (often locally grown) ingredients, and is casual yet refined in atmosphere. That’s exactly what we will be serving up for you, every day, every time. Think classic, hearty, restaurant quality food offered in a stylish pub setting!More