Hotels

QT Newcastle signature restaurant and bar revealed!

QT HOTELS & RESORTS HAS ANNOUNCED THE SIGNATURE RESTAURANT AND ROOFTOP BAR VENUES SET TO OPEN AT THE HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED QT NEWCASTLE ON 9 JUNE.

The hotel’s signature restaurant, Jana, and Rooftop at QT, are set to be under the direction of chef Massimo Speroni.

Chef Massimo Speroni

Modern Australian bar and grill, Jana, will be the latest addition to join the collection’s stable of award winning dining destinations.

“True to the QT philosophy, QT Newcastle will offer a highly inventive food and beverage experience, highlighting local provenance,” Speroni said.

“QT is a champion for providing extraordinary experiences with a touch of luxury and quirk, from design to signature service.

“I’M EXCITED TO SHOWCASE AND CHAMPION THE BEAUTIFUL HUNTER VALLEY AND SURROUNDING REGIONS.”

Jana invites guests with familiarity of flavours, in an elevated bar and grill offering.

Guests are to be welcomed by the warmth of an open kitchen, dry-aged meat cabinet, and a unique experience with a nod to the past and future.

At the heart of this bar and grill is the steak offering, which has been curated with local producers and providores at the helm; the premium steak selection has been sourced entirely from New South Wales; 2GR, Riverine, Jack’s Creek, Rangers Valley, the lamb travels forty minutes from the Little Hill Farm and the Pukara extra virgin olive oil; ninety minutes away.

The goddess which Jana is named after, is represented with two faces, one facing the past and one the present.

Her traditional offering is wine, and this emergence of old and new, extends to the hotel’s wine partner, Tyrell’s.

QT’s director of beverage, Chris Morrison said on the partnership, “Tyrell’s are custodians of Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley, and continue to remerge as innovators in the industry.

“Both are well established and respected in their own right. QT and Tyrell’s are well matched in growth and values.”

Jana and Rooftop at QT are set to open their doors on June 9 the 2022, in line with the hotel launch.



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