Brisbane Restaurant Precincts
When looking to dine out in Brisbane, it is helpful to understand the different
restaurants in Brisbane.
Brisbane CBD Brisbane's CBD offers a great range of dining options
including award-winning restaurants, cafes, alfresco dining and quick-bite eats.
Adelaide Street In Adelaide Street in the CBD there are many chefs and restaurants receiving notable awards for their original and innovative culinary concoctions.
Eagle Street Pier
Eagle Street Pier is Queensland's most frequently awarded restaurant strip . It's refined,
classy and has amazing service. At these riverfront restaurants you'll
find yourself dining with lawyers, media personnel and highly-regarded
Queen Street Mall Queen Street Mall in Brisbane's CBD offers the most diverse
cluster of restaurants that offer modern Asian, Australian and European
menus. The Mall's eateries are open very late and are licensed. The
large indoor/outdoor dining areas promote a vibrant cosmopolitan vibe
having everyday prices and niche bars and pubs.
Portside WharfPortside is situated on the site of Brisbane's brand new international cruise terminal in riverfront Hamilton, and is a mix of apartments, shops and restaurants. Portside Wharf is Brisbane's newest riverside dining location with some of Brisbane's best restaurants and cafes, a function venue (Giannis) and a 5 screen cinema complex.
Fortitude ValleyFortitude Valley (or "The Valley") is host to the main dining precincts including Brunswick Street, Central Brunswick, James Street,
Emporium and Chinatown. Here you'll find a contrast of both cheap and
expensive dining alternatives. A significant amount of eateries are
Caxton Street Caxton Street on Petrie Terrace in Paddington is
close to the heart of Brisbane City. Every day and night there's always
something going on and there's a range of places to dine. Whether
you're after a well-priced steak, international fare or a sumptuous
seafood feast, Caxton Street is the place to go.
South Bank Suth Bank is home to various restaurants, cafes, and
pubs. The riverside pathway is always active with cyclists, inline
skaters, runners and people who just want to soak in the entire
atmosphere. There are more than 30 restaurants and cafes here, with the
bonus of fantastic river and City views.
West EndWest End is a hub of bohemian style and culture, situated on the
outskirts of the city on the doorstep of South Brisbane's cultural
area. This dining precinct is the perfect place to unwind after a hard
week at work or even on those lazy Sunday afternoons.
Paddington The main streets of Paddington -Latrobe Terrace and Given Terrace are home to a wide variety of restaurants and cafes, some of which have become recognised as Brisbane institutions.
Bulimba Bulimba is an informal and laidback suburb full of quaint charm,
with over 15 casual alfresco dining restaurants
stretched along the
main inner east dining precinct, Oxford Street.
Rosalie Village is a favourite of many Brisbane locals. In this quaint precinct you'll
find Japanese food, Balinese flavours, seafood restaurants and more.