Harvest on Queen

Brisbane CBD

Harvest on Queen in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD is an upmarket food hall offering a fantastic selection of top-notch fare from morning 'til night.   

Harvest on Queen, Brisbane CBD

Located on Level 2 of 480 Queen Street, Harvest on Queen is not your average food court.  Modern and chic, the spacious, light-filled dining hall provides ample seating including a business lounge with full table service and stunning views of the Story Bridge, plus an on-site boardroom for business lunches.   

Harvest on Queen Brisbane

Open from 7am on weekdays, breakfast fare ranges from eggs on toast and smashed avo on sourdough to chorizo omelettes and spicy savoury mince. Coffee on pour includes two boutique blends by Humanity Coffee Co.   

Harvest on Queen Brisbane

There’s also an abundance of lunch options, catering for all tastes, including grab-and-go selections such as sushi, sandwiches and salads. Otherwise, there’s pizza and pasta, chicken parmies and cheese burgers, and Asian dishes like sweet and sour pork and beef and black bean stir-fry.

By Deb Lidster

Harvest on Queen

Level 2, 480 Queen St

Brisbane CBD

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