Brisbane Powerhouse opened as an arts centre in 2000 after its 43-year reign as a power station. Bold industrial structures laced with European flair, raw textures and preserved graffiti walls combine to create the perfect artistic space and have earned the building a heritage listing.
The recently refurbished Brisbane Powerhouse precinct ensures a holistic arts and dining experience; Bar Alto, overlooking the Brisbane River, a reconfigured Turbine Platform to constitute a concert stage, and an additional Rooftop Terrace.
EASTER OPENING HOURS
Good Friday – Closed
Saturday – 11.30am til late
Sunday – 11.30am til late
Monday – Closed
Thursday (Anzac Day) – 9am – 3pm
For reservations, please call the restaurant on (07) 3358 1063 after 10am Tuesday to Sunday
This took him to the Cayman Islands where he found himself under the tutelage of Chef Stephen Wagner and veteran restaurateur Vico Testori at Restorante Pappagallo.
Here Sajith had the opportunity to work alongside some of Venice’s finest chefs from the famed Cipriyani Hotel who would come to the Caymans in the off season. This experience built on Sajith’s love, knowledge and technique for regional Italian cuisine and would form the basis of his food philosophy.
Sajith worked under Pablo Tordesillas during Bar Alto’s opening and the following three years. This time would teach Sajith the art of combining traditional Italian cooking philosophies with Pablo’s modern techniques, fastidious attention to detail and uncompromising attitude.
In 2009 he took on the position of Head Chef at Bar Alto.
Group dining offerings include either a two course or three course menu. Both menus feature a variety of dishes to choose from, including vegetarian options. We are more than happy to cater for specific dietary requirements on an individual basis with prior notice.
Please note that our menu alters per season, meaning that bookings made in advance may be subject to some menu changes.