Take your days and nights to new heights at Emporium’s iconic Terrace, Brisbane’s premier open-air rooftop bar. With a bespoke retractable ceiling and operable glass roof, bask in subtropical luxe all year round as you soak in the unrivalled views across South Bank Parklands, Brisbane River to the city and beyond. Open from 7am til late featuring all-inclusive breakfasts to casual lunch dining and inimitable bar vibes in a cocktail oasis, there is simply no better place to be. Raise your days and heighten your nights for any occasion at the Terrace.
Signature Restaurant celebrates innovation with a constantly evolving menu that champions quality local produce and seasonal inspiration for a truly defining dining experience.Underpinning Signature’s celebratory approach is inclusivity: the harmonious décor is warm and instantly welcoming, an intuitive menu caters to shifting trends and a variety of dietary needs, while an extensive wine collection has something for every palate, from the considered local line-up to the super rare. Elevate your dining experience to whole new level in Signature Restaurant’s private dining room for the ultimate intimate indulgence. Signature really is the pinnacle of Emporium Hotel South Bank’s culinary collection.
A doyenne of the Brisbane patisserie scene, Belle Époque pays homage to the beauty of French traditions with its food philosophy, authentic design and exceptional quality. Sweet and savoury and absolutely sublime, every element of the menu - from breakfast to lunch to the famed High Teas in between - is skillfully and freshly crafted every day by our dedicated in-house team.
Takashiya is a splendid and exclusive Japanese omakase, whiskey and sake bar tucked away under the Emporium Hotel in South Brisbane. Overseen by Takashi Nami – a chef known across town as one of the deftest hands at slicing sashimi, crafting nigiri and other technical wizardry – TakashiYa is looking to ignite a local passion for omakase-style fare, fanning the flames with delicate flavours, fresh ingredients and more than a touch of showmanship. TakashiYa is a much more multifaceted venture where the format is designed to not only accommodate a quintessential omakase experience but also cater to those unfamiliar with this particular aspect of Japanese fine dining, giving them a chance to sample elements of the menu without committing to a multi-course affair. Guests are greeted upon entry by the 24-seater casual bar area.