Tai Tai is a casual, chic al fresco restaurant bringing authentic South East Asian cuisine to a street corner in South Bank.
French Martini is South Bank’s convivial French restaurant and bar, like a rustic slice of France in the line-up of eateries
The Spaghetti House Trattoria serves rustic Italian fare and bona fide European wine to South Brisbane’s appreciators of pasta and vino.
Ramen on Grey sits next to sibling Suki Sushi Burrito & Poke Bowls on South Bank’s Grey St
Suki is South Bank’s go-to for Sushi Burrito and Poke Bowls, which sits alongside its sibling Suki Ramen on the upper side of South Brisbane’s Grey St.
Junk Boat, located along South Bank's Little Stanley Street, serves a fresh take on traditional Asian street food
River Quay Fish is a casual yet top notch seafood restaurant and bar overlooking the river and CBD skyline in prime position
Pig and Kraut has popped up in South Bank’s Parklands, specialising in German sausages, Belgium style frites and iced tea.
Mr Paganini is a star player in the hit and miss South Bank dining scene – a bustling Italian eatery, bar and deli that serves delicious rustic Nonna style food with a contemporary twist.
Zeus is a Greek God’s gift to South Bank – a slick casual eatery serving up delicious Greek street food that is perfect for those after a quick budget bite to eat.
Adding an Italian flavour to South bank’s river quay pocket is Popolo, a slick restaurant and bar with stunning city views and a regional menu of dishes designed for sharing.
This lively tapas house is the go-to place for South Bank visitors looking for an authentic Spanish bite
Champ Kitchen and Bar is a slick open-sided bar eatery that invites anyone passing by to pull up a seat and watch the world pass by
Aquitaine Brasserie is River Quay’s Little France, where traditional French cuisine is given a fresh contemporary Oz flavour.
It may be a little far from the Southbank action but Bamboo Basket offers its own flurry of activity

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