Brisbane’s Best Restaurants
Check out our guide to the city’s top restaurants below.
Southside, South Brisbane
Fish Lane has welcomed a very stylish addition to its mix with the arrival of Southside. Situated under the train line, Southside serves up quality East Asian dishes from its industrial and pared back restaurant. Dim sum, share plates, noodles and banquets are all on offer here.
SK Steak & Oyster, Fortitude Valley
Any guesses as to what SK Steak & Oyster will be dishing up? Unfortunately there’ll be no prizes for guessing correctly as fresh seafood and prime cuts are the obvious hero of this menu. The crew behind famed modern Greek restaurant Hellenika have opened this passion project outside The Calile in Ada Lane.
Mosconi Restaurant & Wine Bar, Fortitude Valley
Now you spend every waking minute enjoying delicious eats along Arthur Street as Mosconi Restaurant & Wine Bar has opened next to local favourite King Arthur. Serving crisp wines and specialty cocktails alongside a menu of European-inspired delights means you can pop by for a nibble and a drink or stay for the full feast – we think the latter is most likely.
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