Gerard’s Bistro is the latest of the stylish restaurants in the James Street precinct. This one-of-a-kind culinary destination has earned many praises from critics since it opened in July of 2012.
Its modern décor features a textured yet relaxing environment and is a masterwork of the Moubarak Brothers. They are the avant-gardes that brought West End’s Lychee Lounge and Fortitude Valley’s Laruche Bar to life. The restaurant’s intelligent and simplistic structure and layout, which create a flow through chains of interconnected areas, promise to give guests a unique dining experience.
The remarkable thing about Gerard’s Bistro that sets it apart from other popular dining destinations is its enticing menu. The man behind its delightful creations is Head Chef Ben Williamson—one of the elites of the restaurant scene in Brisbane for his widely-recognised work with Cha Cha Char and Urbane. The menu has great influences from some of the most flavourful cuisines in Southern Europe, Northern Africa, and the Middle East. The restaurant also has an extensive list of wines and drinks to complement its hearty and mouth-watering offerings.
Gerard’s Bistro serves lunch from Tuesday through to Sunday and dinner seven days a week, while breakfast is also available on weekends mornings.