Brisbane’s very own Gambaro Group has officially launched their fourth restaurant, and it’s one that has us delighted to discover more about their Italian heritage. Launched as part of the spectacular Brisbane Quarter precinct, Persone is a contemporary Italian eatery that’s inspired by the laneways of the classic Italian film La Dolce Vita, to the precinct. With a highlight on authentic Italian cuisine that inspires the good life, Persone celebrates everything we love about Italian and Australian fusion. Michael Gambaro, the patriarch of the family, explains, “This is about sharing our passion for quality Italian food and it’s a matter of family pride to ensure it’s authentic”.
Persone Head Chef Shane Veivers reveals that the Persone cuisine will highlight modern Italian dishes that showcase local and imported ingredients. Persone will focus on cooking regional dishes that have become famous throughout the world – while also putting a special touch to them to modernise and excite our customers. Persone will deliver bold flavours, simplicity in cooking and stay true to Italian classic flavours. Whether it’s a romantic evening with your partner, relaxed dining with loved ones, or a large event with all your family and friends, the Persone staff will welcome you in with warmth and hospitality and ensure your experience is memorable from beginning to end.
View this post on Instagram
Boasting spectacular views of North Quay, Persone is a luxurious and beautiful venue. Plus Architecture’s creative concept and design philosophy for Persone centres around expressing the unique feeling one experiences walking the streets of Italy, namely the laneways. The colour and design palette reinforces the concept of a modern interpretation of the historic Italian street. Textured stucco walls and signage pay homage to the historic Italian facades that are lit with bespoke globe lights inspired by streetlamps.
Everything from the plush, modern décor to the regional-inspired dishes comes together to celebrate both traditional and modern Italian influences. While dining, you might forget you’re in the heart of metropolitan Brisbane and drift off to historical Italian laneways.