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BIG, BEAUTIFULLY KITTED OUT AND PEDDLING A RANGE OF PLEASURES

Tony Harper, Restaurant Review, Brisbane News. September 28, 2017

The last time I stepped into the space now inhabited by Burnt Ends Kitchen and Bar I ended up with the cruellest, longest-lasting hangover of my life, and I was still somewhere in my 20s. Then it was the Underground. More than 20 years later I’m back, with a less powerful thirst and much more interest in the culinary goings-on under its new ownership and guise. Burnt Ends is the latest venue for the NKB Group and it joins a fairly ritzy collection. But it is the most glamorous of the bunch: big, beautifully kitted out and… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS KITCHEN & BAR TURNS UP THE HEAT ON PETRIE TERRACE

Published on 31 Aug 2017 by James Frostick

There’s a new hot-to-trot face on the inner-Brisbane dining scene, one that is sure to get you hot under the collar with excitement. The NKB Group’s newest venture is taking a two-pronged approach to its dining offering, both boasting a fiery twist. Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar has brought sizzling yakitori, char-grilled Modern Australian morsels, tantalising Japanese-inspired… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS KITCHEN & BAR

Published on 31 Aug 2017 by James Frostick

The Barracks received breath of fresh air in 2017 when it welcomed new resident Burnt Ends Kitchen & bar. The venue comes from restaurateur TJ Peabody’s NKB Group, behind Nantucket Kitchen & Bar, NKB Express, Nickel Kitchen & Bar and Nativo Kitchen & Bar, which is also situated at The Barracks. The group has took over the old stable building… Continue Reading

WHERE TO FIND BRISBANE’S BEST STEAK RESTAURANT

Oct 04, 2017

That neverending quest for the perfect steak may be over, with this new Barracks eatery adding seared beauty to premium beef, writes Anooska Tucker-Evans. One of the great pleasures in life is a bloody good steak. For me, that’s bar-marked and caramelised on the outside, blushing, medium-rare in the centre, cutting like butter and tasting of the paddock the beef was bred in. And that’s just what I got at the new Burnt Ends in Paddington’s The Barracks. From restaurateur TJ Peabody, the eatery is focused on the grill. Group executive chef Gordon MacGregor has composed one of the best value menus in Brisbane, with generous serves and top produce at keen prices… Continue Reading

BRISBANE’S GORGEOUS NEW YAKITORI RESTAURANT OPENS THIS FRIDAY!

By Alex Topakas – 30 Aug 2017

Just when Brisbane’s culinary action couldn’t get any better, iconic bar and dining precinct, The Barracks decides to go and up its game, bringing a stunning new restaurant aand bar to sate our ferocious appetites: enter,Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar! From the Brisbane team that brought you Nantucket Kitchen & Bar, NKB Express, Nickel Kitchen & Bar and newbie Italian joint Navito, NKB Group are no strangers to the Brisbane dining scene—and we can certainly expect big things… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS KITCHEN & BAR | THE BARRACKS, PETRIE TERRACE

AUG 31, 2017 – FORK TALK: ISSUE 28

Opening officially on Friday 1st September, Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar is brought to us by the good people of the NKB Group. You may recognise them as the faces behind other popular venues such as Nickel Kitchen & Bar, Nativo Kitchen & Bar, and NKB Express. No biggie, just some of Brisbane’s coolest venues. Blending modern Australian fare with rich Asian fusion, Burnt Ends will be most renowned for their state of the art coal-fired kitchen. Expect perfectly cooked steaks, juicy lamb racks, slow roasted vegetables, and more. Diamonds come from coal, so we can only imagine what delicious eats will come out of this kitchen… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS KITCHEN & BAR

Written by Christie Smith on Tuesday, 05 September 2017

The gang behind Nickel in Fortitude Valley, Nativo at the Barracks and NKB Express at Indooroopilly have brought us another banger of a restaurant, and it goes by the name Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar. This new Petrie Terrace eatery opened it’s doors last week and has two-halves to its drool-worthy menu – a Modern Australian menu which serves protein-heavy dishes cooked over a fire pit, and a yakitori style menu served over at the bar. Pop in for a quick bite or stay for the full blown foodie experience, the choice is yours… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS KITCHEN AND BAR AT THE BARRACKS

Story and photos by May Cross on September 5th 2017

Coal-fired kitchen brings new cooking techniques and flavour. Brisbane’s newest food destination hauls its food over the coals – literally. Burnt Ends Kitchen and Bar at The Barracks, in Petrie Terrace, officially opened its doors to the public on the 1st of September but I was lucky to be present beforehand at its VIP event for a sneaky peek. I was pleasantly surprised to find two distinct dining styles under the one roof. Firstly, at the end of the bar, there are the Asian-fusion delicacies which take on a fiery twist when cooked over the custom-built fire pit… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS KITCHEN & BAR

NKB’s Group newest addition to The Barracks hauls Asian-fusion and Modern Australian fare over the coals to unveil Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar. Offering two distinct styles under the one roof, delve into Asian-inspired delicacies that are cooked to perfection over the custom-built Burnt Ends Bar fire pit. From skewers and charred vegetables to bao and french fries. Burnt Ends offers a range of dining styles including high energy, bar-style seating adjacent to all the fiery kitchen action, intimate private dining experiences and the relaxed vibe of the lush alfresco-style glass conservatory extension… Continue Reading

CHARCOAL MEATS | BURNT ENDS | PETRIE TERRACE

BRISBANE’S COMPENDIUM OF CARNIVORE – SEPTEMBER 13, 2017 BY GOURMAND & GOURMET

Burnt Ends is the new kind on the block, and it’s lighting Brisbane up! The menu is divided into two sections, a protein-heavy Modern Australian menu (hello fire pit!) and yakitori at the bar. For a quick sticks meal of grilled yakitori and Asian style bao before the movies, try the pork meat balls sticks, or for something adventurous – chicken heart sticks. Dinner the main event? Embrace your inner caveman on with past the fire pit menu, with rump steaks, Flinders Island lamb racks and whole garlic and herb butter rotisserie chickens, all served with wood fried vegetables… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS KITCHEN & BAR | PETRIE TERRACE

WEEKLY FORK #125 – SEPTEMBER 5, 2017 BY GOURMAND & GOURMET

Burnt Ends is The Barracks’ answer to the question ‘where can I get the ultimate coal fired kitchen experience?’ This modern Australian and Asian fusion restaurant features a range of sticks, steaks, and other meaty concoctions cooked over Burnt Ends very own fire pit, as well as freshly shucked oysters, bao and wood fired clams. Owned by the team behind cult favourites such as Nantucket and Nativo, you know you’re in for a good time… Continue Reading

CHARCOAL FIRED MEATS | BURNT ENDS | PETRIE TERRACE

SEPTEMBER BUCKET LIST – SEPTEMBER 5, 2017 BY GOURMAND & GOURMET

Get ready to set the night on fire at Burnt Ends Kitchen. Their unique charcoal oven is heating up, ready to smoke out your cravings with everything from yakitori to binge-worthy bao. With a bar stocked with beer, top-shelf wine and a selection of spirits, Burnt Ends is set to become one of our inner-city favourites… Continue Reading

A GUST OF SMOKE HITS THE BARRACKS.

Published on 14 September 2017 by ELLIOT BAKER – Photos by TERRY GOW

Apparently there’s no stopping NKB Group’s TJ and Kim Peabody. After closing their Hampton-influenced Indooroopilly eatery, Nantucket Kitchen and Bar, in May, they quickly opened Nativo in Petrie Terrace’s Barracks precinct. Now, just across the road, comes Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar, a fire-themed venue the Peabodys unveiled earlier this month. Before you ask: no, it’s not related to Burnt Ends in Singapore, Australian chef David Pynt’s modern barbeque restaurant recently rated as among the 50 best in Asia. “[David Pynt] is doing something absolutely phenomenal,” says NKB Group executive chef Gordon MacGregor. “We’re hopefully going to do something absolutely phenomenal, but [it’s] different.” Perhaps best known for its long tenure as the iconic Underground nightclub… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS IS SERVING UP MASSIVE STEAKS AND JAPANESE-INSPIRED COCKTAILS

By Kat Hayes – SEPTEMBER 06, 2017

Think 1kg T-bones and tipples with hibiscus vodka. The Barracks has officially welcomed its latest culinary destination with the opening of Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar. Run by the good folks at NKB Group, Burnt Ends is no freshman effort: they’ve already got Nativo Kitchen & Bar (also at the Barracks), Nickel Kitchen & Bar, Nantucket Kitchen & Bar and NKB Express on the go. Their latest offering boasts a state of the art coal-fire kitchen at its heart, and a range of dining options as its bread and butter, so to speak. There’s a busy bar-style section for those wishing not to linger, and an intimate private dining option for those who do… Continue Reading

BURNT ENDS LAUNCH

Published on September 5, 2017 | in Socials

Burnt Ends Kitchen & Bar launched at Petrie Terrace’s The Barracks on Thursday 31 August. Burnt Ends is the is the fourth venue for TJ Peabody’s NKB Group alongside Nativo Kitchen & Bar, Nickel Kitchen & Bar, and NKB Express. The restaurant features modern Australian fare with an Asian fusion twist — expect dishes cooked over a fire pit and yakitori-style portions at the bar… Continue Reading