A beautiful, modern and contemporary restaurant in Brisbane’s most iconic heritage listed building, Customs House.
At the helm of Patina is Executive Chef, John Offenhauser. With his wealth of international experience, Offenhauser has crafted the menus as distinctive as the space itself, featuring appearances from the garden, pasture, sea and bay.
“Patina at Customs House provides the perfect opportunity to showcase the best produce our region has to offer, by incorporating delicious local cuisine into the indulgent new share style menu,” says John.
“From the stunning location, to the luxurious interiors, Patina promises to be an unforgettable dining experience.”
All cuisine is local, regional, farm to table based, with Patina growing their own mushrooms in an on-site cellar.
Menu top picks include the mouth-watering Hand Rolled Gnocchi with Zucchini Flower, WA Scallops with Cauliflower and the Grilled Mooloolaba Prawns with Roasted Garlic Aioli and Gremolata.
The elaborate menu showcases an extensive selection of meats, with 1KG of Darling Downs OP Rib with Chimichurri tipped to be one of Patina’s must-try dishes. Crafted with sharing in mind, the menu hosts a selection of entrees and mains designed to be mutually enjoyed between guests
For an incredible dining experience with some of the best views in the city, Patina is the eye-catching new restaurant the city has been waiting for.
Diners are invited to enjoy fresh seasonal produce and local seafood that is sourced daily by the kitchen brigade, against the spectacular backdrop of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge.
The name Patina links to the iconic copper dome atop of Customs House, which over time has oxidised to develop its distinct green colour. Complete with a stunning light installation in the main dining room, and earthy-toned plates paired with matte black cutlery, Patina’s divine and chic interiors cement the establishment as Brisbane’s most elegant new dining destination.