Social Eating House Gold Coast
Class and sophistication is the key at Social Eating House on The Gold Coast. This relaxed yet formal dining experience. Set in a quiet corner of Broadbeach only emphasizes the relaxed nature of this venue.
Impressively Social is the winner of three consecutive years of the People’s Choice ‘Chef of the Year’ Award, and even more impressive is Matthew Jefferson is the Owner, Operator and Executive Chef of this fine restaurant.
Located on the Oracle Boulevard, tucked just behind the Oracle building. Located in a quiet spot, however only minute walk to the centre of Broadbeach.
The food is based around share plates small and large with a variety of influences from all over the world.
Musts would be the roast quail or the wagyu tartare from the small plates and slow cooked lamb shoulder in yoghurt or twice cooked pork belly in chilli and tamarind for mains.
And please please please, try the cheesecake pannacota with stewed rhubarb and yoghurt sponge. Its divine, i can honestly say a pannacota has never tasted so smooth.
Presentation of food is considered a art form at Social with almost art like dishes, but what makes it stand out is the quality to match it that that is a stand out for us.
Monday to Sunday 12 to 3 and 5:30 to late
3 Oracle Boulevard, Broadbeach, Queensland, 4218
If you want a great dining experience Social Eating House is a must visit on any Gold Coast Visit. It is a restaurant that has won many a accolades and rightly so.
Social Eating House was also one of our picks in our Best Restaurants Gold Coast, Australia list and would be hard to deny it a top two at least on the Gold Coast.
The food at social is aimed at share plate like tapas
It is not essential but it highly recommended
Yes vegan options are available
2 replies on “Social Eating House, Gold Coast”
[…] and sophistication is the key in this relaxed yet formal dining experience. The food at Social Eating House is based around share plates with a variety of influences all over the […]
Roast quail, wagyu tartare, slow cooked lamb shoulder in yoghurt, and twice cooked pork belly in chilli and tamarind all sound equally attractive to me…. The tartare would almost certainly be my favourite, judging from the picture.