Brisbane Dining & Restaurants Guide
The Brisbane food scene rivals that of any cosmopolitan city and the exciting array of trendy streets and bustling precincts around the city offer a bountiful selection of top notch restaurants and cafes that cater to every taste and budget. Here are just a few of the most popular areas for dining in Brisbane.
CBD and Eagle Street – Follow the winding path of the picturesque Brisbane River and diners will find an impressive collection of trendy, upscale restaurants with eclectic menus and beautiful river views. Stroll along the river walk near Queen and Eagle Streets where some of Brisbane’s finest restaurants and cocktail bars are located. Menus here range from Japanese and Italian to steaks and seafood and the views of the massive Story Bridge and flowing river make for a memorable dining experience.
Southbank – Take the CityCat ferry down the meandering Brisbane River for excellent city views. Just around the bend from Eagle Street and on the other side of the CBD sits the idyllic Southbank District. Located near the Cultural Arts precinct, Southbank is a beautiful riverfront oasis featuring festivals, entertainment, parklands and of course a wide selection of stylish cafes, bistros and restaurants. From ethnic and themed restaurants to bistros offering the freshest in contemporary Australian cuisine, visitors will find an endless array of cuisine options in this popular entertainment district.
Fortitude Valley and Chinatown – Located just minutes from Brisbane’s CBD, Fortitude Valley is filled with many delectable enticements. From the funky cocktail bars and stimulating coffee houses and cafes off the Brunswick Street Mall to the fresh Asian delights along the Chinatown Mall, Fortitude Valley is the place to be when it comes to night time entertainment and dining.