QT Hotels and Four Pillars plan one night only dinner to celebrate Ordered Chaos Gin

  • Chris Singh
  • May 12, 2021
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QT Sydney Gowings

When we posted about an exclusive new gin created by Four Pillars and QT Hotels – the Ordered Chaos Gin – in February, even we were surprised at just how much demand came flowing through.

Traffic was good that day, and the next, and the next, and the next. Needless to say, something about a coconut and bamboo gin, resulting from a love affair between Australia’s most effervescent hotel group and the country’s world-dominating no.1 gin producer, was just too much excitement for gin lovers.

The gin, only available at QT properties in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, was a quick sell-out and has remained in high demand ever since.

To stoke that demand, QT Hotels and Four Pillars are throwing an “Ordered Chaos” gin dinner to toast to their success. Going down at all three of the aforementioned properties, the five-course dinner will be paired up with sensory cocktails (gin, of course), music, and entertainment as the night is hosted by the one and only Stu Gregor, best known as the co-founder of Four Pillars.

Each menu will be hinged on unexpected flavours, deconstructed dishes, and “smash-able desserts”. QT Sydney, for example, will turn Gowings Bar & Grill into an epic feast of raw scallops with chive, blood orange vinaigrette raw beef, brik pastry, and sterling caviar; Black Berkshire porchetta with apple, fennel, and walnut; and more. Dessert will be worth sticking around for as well – a white chocolate ball with coconut mousse, coconut gel, and chocolate crumble.

QT Melbourne and QT Perth will be having their own versions of this dinner, so be sure to check in on the respective hotel’s website for further information and tickets.

If the QT Sydney Ordered Chaos dinner has you all jittery from hunger pangs, set aside $175 for a ticket and click here to book.

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy-Editor-At-Large of the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.