There is an art to everything, and whether you take your muse from paintings or pork ribs, you can always appreciate a job well done. Grilling Art up in Brisbane is a veritable gallery of the art of the grill, a home of the Da Vinci of dining, a Picasso of prandial pleasures, a Van Gogh of victuals. Take your pick of Bernini-standard burgers, Salvador Dali-style steaks (thought how surreal you can make a steak, we don’t know) and Caravaggio calibre cuts of meat from the grill. Australian food might not match European art, but we know our way around a grill for sure: take a trip to Rode Road in Stafford Heights to find out how much at Grilling Art.
Excellent food and service😀. Great menu with plenty of choice and reasonably priced particularly if dining with kids. Great for a meal/coffee/meeting up for drinks any time of the day. A hidden gem!
Great meals with friendly, helpful staff. We would definitely dine there again. Good value for money. The service was excellent and we didn't have to wait for drinks or food.
The food and service at Grilling Art Stafford Heights is always beautiful. Staff are friendly and efficient and food is excellent. Breakfast is half price at the moment and that makes it extra special.
Knowing your way through the world of fine art and fashion is not something with which most Australians concern themselves – though we know a little bit about thongs, mullets and shorty shorts, they’re yet to take the catwalks by storm – but grilling is certainly something about which we can teach the rest of the world a thing or two. Brisbane is home to Grilling Art, where they combine the high faluting ways of the galleries with the down-at-home barbie traditions, and if you’re in Stafford Heights, then their location on Rode Road is your local Louvre, where you can stand in wonder at the masterpieces in meat that they produce.
Grilling Art use the grill as their easel, and their prandial paintbox is packed with many meaty brushes. Steak comes as tenderloin, sirloin, rump and rib, and it is accompanied by pork ribs, chicken thigh fillets and plenty of fish, from salmon fillets to prawn skewers. When you make a move up to Rode Road in Stafford Heights from the centre of Brisbane, you’ll be met with a menu filled with Australian favourites for all the family: all you need to do is book a table and head in for a feed.