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Hankering for some finger lickin’ American buffalo wings, authentic Spanish tapas, fresh-baked Ethiopian injera, Chinese dumplings or hearty German sauerbraten? Or perhaps a tasty Korean BBQ, Brazilian stew, Iranian Fasanjan, Swiss fondue or Peruvian style paella...Brisbane’s multicultural eateries form a melting pot of over 35 cuisines, as compiled alphabetically in the list below. While most are random need-to-know pop-ups, some are concentrated in their neighbourhood precincts: Sunnybank being the hub for authentic Chinese and South-East Asian cuisine and Vietnamese restaurants concentrated in the Inala and Darra area south. Meantime Moorooka holds the mantle of Little Africa with its Eritrean, Ethiopian, Somalian and Sudanese eateries and traditional Italian is largely found in the inner city, predominantly New Farm.

  • afghani

    Traditional Afghan restaurant Bamiyan is an unexpected find in a little strip of shops... » Read more
  • american

    Texas Bar n’ Grill’s second Brisbane location in Camp Hill is a hit with the locals,... » Read more
  • austrian

    K & K comes as a highly pleasant surprise for those who stumble upon it while those... » Read more
  • brazilian

    The raging red bull on the front façade of Mundo Churrasco is your first taste of the... » Read more
  • chinese

    Sichuan Bang Bang is Wilston’s go-to for spicy Sichuan cuisine in a glam contemporary... » Read more
  • degustation

    Urbane's low key appearance gives little clue to the extraordinary dining experience... » Read more
  • eastern european

    Balkan Lounge is a unique and authentic Eastern Europe restaurant in the leafy Brisbane... » Read more
  • eritrean

    Mu’ooz, the long-time fave Eritrean restaurant of Moorooka, has upped roots and moved... » Read more
  • ethiopian

    Gojo Ethiopian in Indooroopilly is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant and cafe » Read more
  • filipino

    Don’t be fooled by the appearance of this little Filipino eatery – it offers something... » Read more
  • fish and chips

    Sea Fuel is a sleek contemporary fish and chip restaurant and takeaway nestled in the... » Read more
  • french

    Madame Rouge Bar & Bistro in Fortitude Valley is a gorgeous vintage chic bistro and... » Read more
  • german

    The Brat Cave is an uber-cool warehouse in Woolloongabba where patrons can enjoy Brisbane... » Read more
  • greek

    Zeus is a Greek God’s gift to South Bank – a slick casual eatery serving up delicious... » Read more
  • indian

    Colour Me Flavour is an Indian inspired modern fusion restaurant in Woolloongabba, that... » Read more
  • indonesian

    For a real Indonesian foodie experience unbeknown to all but the Indonesian community,... » Read more
  • italian

    Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers, Australia’s very first dedicated Italian gnoccheria, can be... » Read more
  • japanese

    MisoHapi is a funky little sushi and ramen bar nestled on Boundary Road in West End. » Read more
  • korean

    NomNom Korean Eatery brings the delicious tastes of Korean street food to Fortitude... » Read more
  • malaysian

    Kopitiam Street Food Bar is a little goldmine of Malaysian food tucked away within the... » Read more
  • mexican

    Chingon Cantina y Taqueria is a real taste of Mexico in Brisbane CBD’s Eagle Lane – a... » Read more
  • middle eastern

    Little Beirut Bistro in Indooroopilly is a celebration of Lebanese culture with delicious... » Read more
  • mod oz

    In prime position on the water in the exclusive South Bank River Bend precinct,... » Read more
  • moroccan

    Brisbane's only Moroccan restaurant can be found hidden in the unlikeliest of places... » Read more
  • nepalese

    The colourful flag-trimmed cottage perched on a ridge of Latrobe Terrace that Himalayan... » Read more
  • new zealand

    Brisbane Kiwis who are craving an authentic hangi and fried bread or fish and chips... » Read more
  • organic

    The food at Mondo also happens to be organic and, wherever possible, from sustainable and... » Read more
  • pan asian

    Junk Boat, located along South Bank's Little Stanley Street, serves a fresh take on... » Read more
  • persian

    The Little Persian Cafe on Racecourse Rd provides an ideal spot to escape for a Middle... » Read more
  • pizza

    Fratelli Famous Pizzeria is an ideal dining spot for workers and drinking patrons along... » Read more
  • polish

    Club Polonia is never going to win a decor award but it is these very features that make... » Read more
  • polynesian

    Pinati's has grown from humble beginnings as a vegetable stall in Savalalo Village,... » Read more
  • portuguese

    This small and humble club is serving up authentic Portuguese fare at prices that won’t... » Read more
  • seafood

    River Quay Fish is a casual yet top notch seafood restaurant and bar overlooking the... » Read more
  • south american

    Macondo Café is a little slice of Colombia, hidden away in an old industrial estate,... » Read more
  • spanish

    Socarrat Paella Bar is an ambient piece of real Spain in South Brisbane, serving a range... » Read more
  • sri lankan

    Nestled next to Woolworths in a little shopping complex in Darra, Shanti Indo-Lankan is a... » Read more
  • sudanese

    Dinder Delights brings bona fide Sudanese food to the heart of West End » Read more
  • swedish

    There’s nothing IKEA about this fabulous Swedish eatery, bar and sometime cabaret nestled... » Read more
  • swiss

    Since this quaint wooden hut style restaurant opened almost 20 years ago it has carved a... » Read more
  • taiwanese

    Take the inside stairs* to an unmarked door that opens onto a mini food court which... » Read more
  • thai

    A perennial favourite with western suburbs diners, My Thai continues to attract crowds to... » Read more
  • turkish

    Downtown Istanbul is a cool contemporary Turkish restaurant on a leafy corner of a lively... » Read more
  • vegetarian

    Moo Free Burgers in North Lakes is Brisbane's first dedicated vegan burger bar,... » Read more
  • vietnamese

    Located in a small shopping precinct in Banyo, Vietnamese Pho Ever serves up pho and... » Read more
  • yum cha

    Tucked away under the Roma St overpass can be found this treasure of a little dumpling... » Read more