Hurricane's Wood Fire Grill Surfers Paradise

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Hurricane’s Wood Fire Grill is nestled in the heart of Surfers Paradise. One of two Hurricane’s steakhouses on the Gold Coast, this chic alfresco restaurant is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.

Famous for their premium quality steaks and ribs, Hurricane’s Wood Fire Grill draws on traditional Portuguese, South African and Modern Australian influences.

From their open kitchen, Hurricane’s chefs prepare and grill juicy grass-fed steaks, tender pork, lamb and beef ribs, spicy Portuguese chicken and free range lamb, over slow burning Australian Ironbark wood and charcoal. It’s a tantalising aroma that does not disappoint, with each dish infused with a delicious subtle smoky flavour.

Seafood platters for two, are skilfully arranged, laden with oysters, scallops, fried and grilled calamari, octopus, market fish, king prawns and lobster.

Fresh healthy salads, homemade sauces, grass-fed beef burgers, seafood and vegetarian starters and sides, and delicious desserts complete the menu.

With indoor and courtyard dining areas and two bars serving a fine selection of wines, spirits, beers and cocktails, it’s the ideal venue for special occasions and functions all year round.

Book a table and come try Gold Coast's wood fire dining experience.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily12pm - 10pm

Cuisine Types

Australian
Bar
Gluten Free Available
Hamburgers
Modern Australian
Organic
Paleo
Portuguese
Seafood
Share Plates
South African
Steak
Steakhouse
Vegetarian
Wine Bar
Woodfired Cooking

Price Range

Main over $30 (AUD)

Menus

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Non Smoking Establishment
3184 Surfers Paradise Boulevard
Tenancy 43, Circle on Cavill
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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