Hideaway Kitchen and Bar

Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area

Hideaway Kitchen and Bar is one of the Gold Coast’s new culinary sensations - an exciting new venue for evening drinks and mouth-watering Asian food, right in the heart of Broadbeach.

Dine inside surrounded by the impressive graffiti artwork or outside under the hanging umbrella installation. Whether it’s for an intimate dinner for two or a large group, they have your feasting needs covered with a selection of small or large share plates. Think duck pancakes, sticky lamb ribs, fried crab wontons, green papaya salad, tempura whole fish, duck red curry and plenty more to satisfy your cravings!

They have a variety of signature cocktails, a carefully thought out wine list as well as both local and imported beer options, all designed to compliment the cuisine.

Join them from 5pm Monday to Friday, and from 12pm on Saturday. If you’re looking for a Sunday session, live music kicks off in the garden around 12pm every Sunday.

Small and large groups welcome. Bookings are a necessity.

There is some parking available but Hideaway Kitchen and Bar is best accessed by public transport, conveniently located on the Gold Coast Highway.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMonday5pm - 10pm
Tuesday5pm - 10pm
Wednesday5pm - 10pm
Thursday5pm - 10pm
Friday5pm - 11pm
Saturday12pm - 11pm
Sunday12pm - 11pm

Cuisine Types

Asian

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2657 Gold Coast Highway
Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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