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Best restaurants in Brisbane - For the food lovers!

Brisbane is popular among travellers for an array of things. One aspect that stands out is none other than Brisbane's incredible dining options. You can eat some heavenly seafood of Queensland or try out authentic European dishes, or other famous international cuisines. All are available in Brisbane. Here are some of the well-known restaurants to check out when in town.


Stokehouse Q

The Stokehouse Q is a popular restaurant that offers some epic views. The restaurant specialises in seafood and steak that is very popular among the locals and tourists alike. What's more? There are other premium dishes offered here which includes kangaroo carpaccio, oysters, spring lamb and so on. And then you can follow it up with some mouth-watering desserts that are some of the best in the area. Besides, if you're looking for holiday apartments in Brisbane for accommodation, properties the likes of Oaks Mews offer a good experience.


Hello Please

Are you a fan of Vietnamese food? Then Hello Please is the place to be for some outdoor contemporary Vietnamese cuisine. Located in Fish Lane, the pumping loud music will draw you in. You can share tables and benches with other people, which ensures that you get to meet locals and mingle. Try out their spring rolls or even Bao chicken. Their chicken curry infused with lemongrass and coconut is another incredible dish worthy of mentioning.


Madame Rouge

How about a French bistro? Then Madame Rouge is the place to check out. If you're looking to take your partner on a romantic dinner out, Madame Rouge has the perfect ambience to get your night started. And for the food, they serve some fine soufflé, steaks and duck dishes.


Kettle and Tin

This cafe has been set up in a cottage and serves some authentic Australian food which focuses on incorporating local produce and honey that has been obtained by the cafe's very own beehive. You can head to Kettle and Tin all seven days of the week for breakfast or lunch.


The Catbird Seat

Wondering what the Catbird Seat is all about? This is a European styled small bistro that can serve up to forty people at a time. The bistro is located near Brisbane's famous sport's ground. Once you head there, start off your meal with a silky turkey liver parfait. If you're up for it then go ahead and order a dish of escargot spaghetti carbonara. Although the place is a bit high-end price wise, you are served quality food with a good quantity! You won't be needing dinner at all.


Chur Burger

How about a budget place? The Chur Burger is just the place serving some exquisite burgers. This burger joint has been decorated with some cool art, booths, giant Jenga, Invader's machine and a Fortitude Valley space. You get to play free games of Space Invaders whilst enjoying some sandwiches which will make you crave for more. The place will surely not disappoint. You can have a splendid meal here.