Restaurants You Really Should Visit in Brisbane If You Are a Foodie
Dotted with cool cafes, cosy bars, and vintage stores. Brisbane buzzes with splendid and eclectic charm. The restaurant scene here is especially diverse.
Since Brisbane is a top tourist destination, you can expect a lot of people (tourists and residents) and therefore, packed public transportation, which might have you losing your appetite. Not to worry as there’s car hire in Brisbane airport to rent so you can go to any of the sumptuous places in this article without delay – and delightfully famished.
Caravanserai. A vivacious Turkish restaurant famous for its modern Middle Eastern delicacies. It has al fresco dining overlooking the Brisbane River, as well as an indoor set that flowing with a traditional Turkish ambience. As one of the best restaurants Brisbane has to offer, patrons here can choose to feast or dine, with a diversity of banquets and specials on the menu. Favourites include kofta: herbed Turkish meatballs with garlic yoghurt matched with homemade tomato sauce. Another favourite is the world-famed shish kebab: char-grilled chicken skewers served hotly on quinoa tabouleh. Wash everything down with Turkish lemonade: fresh lemon, limes, and mint.
Location: 1 Dornoch Terrace, West End, Brisbane
Thomson’s Reserve. Drive over and sniff out this fantastic restaurant in Spring Hill’s New Inchcolm Hotel and Suites. his fine dining venue holds a Test Kitchen every second Monday, where you can enjoy a 5 course = dinner of inventive Australian cuisine cooked by Thomson’s Reserve chefs especially for the evening. You’ll be able to taste things you’ve never tried before, and participate in some of the best produce Australia has to offer.
Location: 73 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill, Queensland
Esquire. Love fine dining? Then you’ll love it here. The experience at Esquire is an experience comparable to no other, regardless how many times you’ve already been there. When you arrive, you’ll be offered with seasonal dishes that changes daily. Created by top-notch chefs and paired with a seriously splendid glass (or bottleful) of wine, this event will have you concurrently gesturing for more while wishing you’d stopped three courses ago. It’s that good.
Location: 145 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Queensland
Matcha High Tea. This tea wonderland is found in the aptly-named Scrumptious Reads bookstore, Sinmei Tea Room’s unique and special high tea experience will be worth your time and your senses will thank you for it. The tea room is famous for its Chinese tea known as matcha. There are delightfully plenty of matcha-inspired food items as well as heaps of exotic teas offered the menu, high tea at Sinmei is something you don’t see every day. The avant-garde menu offers Earl Grey angel cakes, matcha pesto sandwiches, and green tea lamingtons.
Location: 35c, Latrobe Terrace, Paddington, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
Ready to follow your inner gastronome? Book a flight now alone or better yet, with friends and visit each of the restaurant found in this list easily – and others as you drive across the town. We’re sure that you’ll find gems along the way to fill your stomach not only with amazing food but great memories. Have fun!