Doujo is a funky little Japanese eatery in Stones Corner offering authentic fare in an airy, art-filled space.
A perennial favourite with western suburbs diners, My Thai continues to attract crowds to its ornately decorated Auchenflower worker's cottage
Fine dining has arrived in Springwood with the opening of Midnight Blue offering Italian fare with a French twist.
As restaurants and bars in Brisbane go, Kettle and Tin is the quintessential Queenslander, where behind the picket fence of an historic Paddington worker’s cottage there exists an endless summer.
Moga Izakaya and Sushi is Rosalie Village's stunning go-to restaurant for both casual and upmarket Japanese dining.
Rome meets Sardinia in Colle Rosso, the classic homey Italian trattoria everyone wishes they had in their neighbourhood.
Whilst not everyone’s pot of beer, the Gap Tavern, perched on a hill at the base of a disused 19th century granite quarry, virtually performs a community service for parents of young ones in the western suburbs.
Leave any pre-conceptions about motel restaurants at the door of this family run trattoria, which keeps the punters returning for its hearty Italian fare and warm hospitality.
There are Japanese restaurants and then there is Sono where in a large exquisitely designed space upstairs at Portside, diners can partake in the finest of Japanese cuisine.
This stunning riverfront eating house and bar is a feast for the eyes and the senses.
This understatedly chic little eatery serves up fresh modern Viet cuisine with panache
Rogue Bar Bistro is a spiffy little beacon of fine wining and dining.
Public is an oasis of warmth and understated style.
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.
Peasant Spanish Restaurant is a well-established fixture in The Barracks dining scene.
Oshin’s cosy traditional dining space is usually bustling with Japanese diners

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