QT Newcastle unveil ‘inventive’ F&B offering ahead of opening next month

The highly anticipated QT Newcastle is set to open next month, three years after the initial signing with Iris Capital.

Opening on June 9, the establishment will house an iconic food and beverage offering showcasing local produce.

The restaurant, Jana, and rooftop bar, Rooftop at QT, will be helmed by celebrity chef Massimo Speroni, of Brisbane’s multi-award-winning restaurant, Bacchus.

Having worked at the two-star Michelin restaurant San Domenico in Imola, Italy, and the one-star Michelin restaurant Café le Paillotes in Pescara, Speroni brings a wealth of experience in high-end catering.

“True to the QT ethos, QT Newcastle will deliver a highly inventive dining experience, showcasing local provenance,” said Speroni.

Chef Massimo Speroni

“QT is a champion for delivering extraordinary experiences with a touch of luxury and originality, from design to signature service. I am thrilled to showcase and advocate for the beautiful Hunter Valley and surrounding regions.

Made by the QT design team and collaborator, Nic Graham, Jana is a modern Aussie bar and grill, featuring an open kitchen and private dining area.

The menu centers around premium local produce, such as premium lamb from the nearby Little Hill farm and Pukara extra virgin olive oil 90 minutes away.

QT Newcastle has partnered with Tyrell’s for its wine selection – a collaboration that QT’s beverage director Chris Morrison says is a good match.

“Tyrell’s are stewards of Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley, and continue to re-emerge as industry innovators,” Morrison said.

“Both [QT and Tyrell’s] are well established and respected as such. QT and Tyrell’s are well matched in terms of growth and values.

The QT’s rooftop is the tallest open-air rooftop in Newcastle, offering views of the harbour.

Guests can enjoy a variety of QT’s famous cocktails, local wines and a collection of Japanese-inspired spirits to complement the Japanese cuisine on the menu.

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