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Vanitas Retains One Hat at Brisbane Times Good Food Guide Awards

July 21, 2016 Accolades No Comments Email Email

Vanitas restaurant at Palazzo Versace Gold Coast has been awarded One Hat at the prestigious 2017 Brisbane Times Good Food Guide awardson Monday evening.

Vanitas (Italian for ‘vanity’) is renown as a top restaurant on the Gold Coast and has been awarded with an impressive list of accolades since it opened its doors over 15 years ago.

The ever evolving seasonal menu presented by Chef de Cuisine Dayan Hartill-Law embraces sustainability and promotes local produce; a philosophy the team at Vanitas have introduced since reopening their doors with a fresh new-look in February this year.

Chef Dayan was humbled to retain One Hat on behalf of Vanitas, “I think that our team has accomplished a lot of great things in such short time, I’m looking forward to growing and encompassing all that is the Gold Coast together and to continue to ensure our guests’ experiences are above and beyond expectations.”

Dayan defined his skills in the kitchens of 3 hatted restaurant Quay in Sydney and 2 Michelin Star Restaurant Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London.

Sommelier Megan Cox shares her wealth of wine knowledge gained from previous roles at Rockpool and Spice Temple in Sydney, managing a 400-strong list of international and Australian wines at Vanitas.

Over the years Vanitas has become an institution for special occasion dining, playing host to many engagements, birthdays, weddings, bespoke events and wine makers dinners.

To book an award winning dining experience at Vanitas call (07) 5509 8000 or visit

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