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Our TOP 7 best restaurants in Brisbane
Are you looking for the best restaurants in Brisbane to spend a nice evening? We have started looking for the TOP addresses in Brisbane, so that gourmets can also get their money's worth in the metropolis of Queensland. Here you can find our restaurant recommendations along the Brisbane River. These restaurants are among the upscale addresses in Brisbane, which is also reflected in the price category of the food and drinks.
Best restaurants in Brisbane
The Alchemy is THE place in Brisbane where you can get TOP prepared dishes with the best view of the Story Bridge (which is beautifully lit in the evening!) Here you can expect real culinary creations of Australian and French cuisine, which can literally pass as little works of art. The head chef Brad Jolly has already received several international awards. It is not for nothing that weddings are celebrated here.
My tip: Be sure to reserve a table with a view of the Story Bridge!
Address: 175 Eagle Street, Brisbane
2. Madame WU - the best Asian restaurant in Brisbane
The Madame WU is one of the TOP Asian restaurants in Brisbane. Here you can dine in style, the restaurant was designed by designers. In such a way that you simply feel good - this is not least due to the perfectly coordinated lighting concept. On top: you have the best view of the Story Bridge from the terrace. In Madame WU, as is customary in many Asian restaurants in Australia, you can order a banquet for the entire table from which you can take yourself. Menus cost A $ 70-90 per person.
Our restaurant tip for allergy sufferers: There is even a menu for gluten-free dishes.
Address: Riparian Plaza 71, Eagle Street, Brisbane
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3. Kingsleys Brisbane - Restaurant of the highest order
You may already know Kingsley from Sydney (it is based there in Wooloomooloo Wharf). If you want to have an equally great taste experience in Brisbane, you should come to Kingsleys Brisbane on Eagle Street. The restaurant mainly uses regional ingredients that couldn't be fresher. The dishes for sharing are really recommendable. We recommend the 1kg shoulder of lamb - it couldn't be better!
Address: 71 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Bacchus is one of the best restaurants in South Bank. Here you will experience first-class service and delicious food in a dignified atmosphere. The ingredients are predominantly selected regionally and couldn't be fresher. Unfortunately the price for the food is not cheap. The classic tasting menu is A $ 110, with wine pairing A $ 189. Very exemplary: there are also menus for vegans and vegetarians!
My savings tip: If you're one of the early evening eaters, choose Pre-Theater Dining. You have to clear the table by 7.15pm, but you pay significantly less. The 2-course menu costs A $ 59 and the 3-course menu costs A $ 75.
Address: Corner of Glenelg Street and Gray Street, South Bank
5. GOMA Restaurant - food is also an art
The Goma Restaurant is one of the popular TOP restaurants in Brisbane and is very close to the Bacchus, but is much more modern. At QA GOMA - Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art - you can combine art and culinary highlights. The absolute highlight is the 5-course menu with a perfectly coordinated wine accompaniment. By the way, the sommelier of the GOMA restaurant is a real connoisseur - your questions will certainly be answered satisfactorily here.
Address: Rydges South Bank, corner of Glenelg Street and Gray Street, South Brisbane
6. La Vue Waterfront Restaurant
As the name suggests, the La Vue Waterfront Restaurant is located directly on the Brisbane River. From here you have an unforgettable view of the Story Bridge and can enjoy modern Australian cuisine with a French touch. Be sure to try the Tiger Prawns Thermidor.
Address: 1/501 Queen Street, Brisbane
7. Patina - Restaurant in the Customs House
Brisbane Customs Department used to be located in this historic building. After the authorities moved into a larger building, it was sold and parts of it are now used by the University of Queensland and the Patina restaurant.
Address: 399 Queen Street, Brisbane
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