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Top 10 restaurents in Brisbane

As one of Australia's culinary hubs Brisbane's food scene is a melting pot of cuisines from around the globe. From award-winning restaurants to chic cafes here are the city's top dining hotspots.

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Restaurant Two

Restaurant Two

In spite of its name Restaurant Two is among the top restaurants in Brisbane when it comes to modern Australian fare. Run and managed by the expert hand of chef David Pugh the venue capitalizes on local Queensland produce to create Australian favourites in the traditional way. Housed within a heritage house opposite the City Botanic Gardens the venue is the best place to enjoy wholesome meals prepared to perfection.

2

E'cco

E'cco

Revered as a cutting edge eatery which explores the techniques of molecular science to tease the palate E'cco Bistro is a zany fusion food heaven for the masses. Having opened its doors to the public in 1995 the venue located inside a former tea warehouse complex enjoys stunning views across Story Bridge as well.

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Buffalo Club

Buffalo Club

Located in Fortitude Valley, the Buffalo Clun is a strictly degustation restaurant with chef Ashley Hicks at the helm. Combining strong flavours by using a variety of processes that can only be described as awe inspiring the dishes on offer at this imaginative restaurant are nothing but extraordinary. The 8-12 course menus are the talk of the town while the wine collection is nothing to scoff at either.

4

Moda

Moda

One of the more casual dining options in Brisbane, Moda takes simplistic classics to new heights with a rustic Spanish themed restaurant tat is the toast of the town. Affordable and prepared with great care the menu at this Edward Street diner is a crowd pleaser in every sense.

5

Urbane

Urbane

Offering six menus for the price of one this all-encompassing eatery includes a-la carte lunch and dinner options in addition to degustation lunch and dinner menus. A dessert degustation is also part and parcel of the Urbane experience which also offers a special menu for vegetarians.

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Ortiga

Ortiga

Having opened its doors back in 2010 this Spanish eatery provides a rustic and welcoming ambiance with its open kitchen and stripped down decor. Spanish dishes that are meant to be consumed as a group are served here along with desserts that are to die for.

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Aria

Aria

The brainchild of MasterChef judge Matt Moran Aria occupies a scenic location atop Eagle St Pier. Boasting a wine collection of over 400 bottles Aria brings its own blend of bold flavours and textures to create a menu similar to its Sydney counterpart.

8

1889 Enoteca

1889 Enoteca

Taking Italian cuisine and wines to new heights 1889 Enoteca is a classic restaurant with Roman decor and a wine bar. Home to its own wine cellar and vending shop the eatery is housed within a heritage structure in Woolloongabba's old quarter.

9

Montrachet

Montrachet

When it comes to French food in Brisbane there's nothing quite like Montrachet. Oozing French sophistication and elegance this stylish restaurant managed by chef Thierry Galichet specializes in creative dishes with a robust taste and flavour that is as surprising as it is subtle.

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Alchemy

Alchemy

Occupying a picturesque riverside location Alchemy is one of the busiest and most popular eateries in the central business district of Brisbane. Run by Brad and Angelica Jolly the venue's menu is full of classic fare that is served with its own unique twist. Visitors based in Oak Mews or nearby Brisbane CBD apartments can enjoy easy access to this well-known diner.