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Updated by Joanna James on Jun 23, 2019
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5 Unique Restaurants in Brisbane – The City Famed For Its Vivacious Urban Precinct

Brisbane is well known for its outgoing lifestyle and great weather but little attention is given towards the booming culinary scene that is just begging to be discovered.


The Euro

Looking for a no frills dining experience? Look no further than The Euro. Simple and delicious, it offers every dish you can imagine. It is the sister shop of Urbane, another popular spot, and offers a range of dishes like scallop tartars and pork shoulder carpaccios. A long beverage menu perfectly accompanies the cuisine. Eco lovers will be glad to know that The Euro is quite considerate of the environment and makes use of composting units to recycle waste inside the grounds itself. Say hello to guilt free dining!


Madame Wu

If your taste buds are in the mood for some fine Oriental dishes, make a beeline from your Brisbane serviced apartment or hotel to Madame Wu. Serving Asian cuisine, this restaurant and bar is set in a great location that offers you beautiful views over the city's vista. The chic surroundings are complemented by delicious modern Asian fusion dishes and an extensive wine and cocktail menu. The fact that the menu was done by famed Head Chef Brendon Barker and the interior décor handled by designer Paul Papadopoulis should say enough about the experience you are walking into.


Gerard's Bistro

Probably the most iconic of restaurants in the city, Gerard's Bistro, which is located at the prestigious James Street, is a hop away from popular hotels and apartments such as Oaks Casino Towers. Featuring a distinctive Middle Eastern ambience, Gerard's Bistro is a visual delight as much as it is a culinary delight. Once you pry your eyes off the marvellous surroundings and the 3D timber walls, prepare to be enthralled by the long menu that serves classic African, Middle Eastern and European cuisine. The menu was modelled on Head Chef Ben Williamson's ventures to Europe and Africa, which should give you an idea of how exciting the menu is.


Aria Restaurant

Famed chef Matt Moran makes his mark in this Australian city with Aria Restaurant. The intricate seasonal menu features local and international ingredients and a wine list that has been widely applauded and won many awards. Add in crazy views of Brisbane and the river from the restaurant and you have everything you need for a great upscale dinner out. With pork bellies and duck dumpling on the menu, Aria Restaurant is a remarkable experience, to say the least.


Urbane Restaurant

As mentioned above, Urbane Restaurant is the sister restaurant of The Euro. If this is not enough of a credential, the long catalogue of awards is sure to prove the restaurant's excellence. The three starred restaurant is famed in Brisbane for its fine combination of great dishes and even better service. The restaurant has a bit of everything, whether it is bar cuisine you desire or a spot of fine dining with your significant one. The same is true on the side of food. Western cuisine or Eastern cuisine, the Urbane Restaurant serves it all, but with enough of a twist to give you a unique experience!

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