Brisbane Dining Guide
With Brisbane restaurants beginning to reopen their doors to diners, we’ve put together your go-to dining guide if you’re a little stuck on inspiration.
City Winery, Fortitude Valley
Reviewed by other TheFork users as having incredible food, delicious wine and great atmosphere, City Winery should definitely added to your foodie wish-list. With the menu containing all kinds of deliciousness from fermented zucchini and mustard pate to roast pork collar in a curry sauce, New England rub fillet and a selection of cheeses (yum!), it will be sure to become a new favourite. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights City Winery also offers The Fireside Experience, a unique chef-lead food and wine experience showcasing locally sourced farm-direct produce for $85 per person.
Haig Rd Bistro, Auchenflower
This French restaurant located in Auchenflower has been strongly rated by other foodies as a favourite dining destination in Brisbane. We can hear the twice baked goat cheese souffle, dijon marinated spatchcock and creme brulee calling our name! Whether French cuisine is your all-time favourite or one you don’t get to enjoy as often as you like, you need to be booking your table and getting your Euro fix at Haig Rd Bistro.
Boo’s Kitchen, Woolloongabba
Is having Thai for lunch or dinner something you look forward to all week? (It is for us). If you’re looking for a new restaurant to try for your long weekend lunch or even midweek dinner, you need to pop on down to Boo’s Kitchen in Wolloongabba. With an average price of only $20 per person, you can feast on all of the Panang Curry, Curry Puffs and Pad See Ew without breaking the bank.
Deer Duck Bistro, Auchenflower
If you’re looking to treat yourself post-lockdown and dine out at a fine dining restaurant, look no further then Deer Duck Bistro. This Modern Australian restaurant in Auchenflower has an intimate look and feel, making it the perfect spot for your belated birthday celebrations, anniversary dinners or even I-miss-you catch-ups. The a la carte menu has an average price of $105 per person with each dish almost too pretty to eat (we said almost!).
The Morrison Hotel, Woolloongabbba
Currently one of the most popular restaurants in Brisbane, we guarantee you can fill your belly and soul on this classic Aussie pub in Woolloongabba. Plating up everything from cob loaf to buffalo wings, rump & pork ribs combo, you’ll be sure to become a regular. What we’re really dining for is the dessert menu though, we’re drooling over the chocolate fudge brownie and baked berry cheesecake. Go on, book your table.
Moda Restaurant, Brisbane
If it’s not love at first sight with the stylish and modern decor of Moda Restaurant in Brisbane, it will be once you read their menu. Located in the heart of the CBD makes for a perfect pit stop (or destination) in your night out. The menu features Spanish cuisine and is a current favourite of other TheFork foodies like yourself. What are you waiting for? Delicious food awaits.
Alcove Cafe and Deli, Wilston
This little brunch restaurant in Wilston is new to TheFork and is perfect for your quick breakky on the go, long weekend brunch or I-need-pancakes-now cravings. Eat all of the Avo smash, bagels and roast pumpkin fritters to your heart’s desire at Alcove Cafe and Deli, we know we will be.
River Quay Fish, South Bank
Another new to TheFork restaurant is River Quay Fish in South Bank. Cooking up a storm of Seafood cuisine, the menu features everything from small plates to bigger main dishes and dessert so you can pick and choose as little or as much as you want. A few of our favourites (if we could only name a few) would have to be the fish tacos, Mooloolaba sword fish, coconut crumbed prawns and of course, we can’t go past the sticky date pudding for dessert.
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