Isles Lane

Brisbane Cbd

Isles Lane in Post Office Square, Brisbane is taking on fine-casual inner-city dining, within their relaxed, botanic style micropub.

The pub has a refreshed look, with a fusion of New York and French décor. There’s booth seating as well as regular dining and bar tables. There’s even a Chef’s table which can also be turned into a Champagne Bar for functions. The outdoor al fresco area is a popular spot for dining.

The menu is laden with ultra-fresh produce, with a paddock to plate concept. Their bar snacks are a great place to start – haloumi chips anyone?

The green paw paw betel leaf bites are another tasty morsel and are super fresh.

The Isles Lane jerky goes down a treat with some of their iconic cans of beer.

There’s plenty of share plates to choose from such as their organic Balter XPA spicy beer-can chicken that can be shared between four people. Or, you can make your own plate by choosing your poultry, veg or salad and condiments.

For dessert, there’s a few options available for both sharing and individual plates. The Eton Mess is to die for, with fresh fruit from the farm.

You can’t go past Isles Lane cocktail list. The Opice and Guava Daiquiri are already popular orders, featuring a bespoke blend of spirits and flavours.

Need to know – Isles Lane has a take-away menu.

Nice to know - Isles Lane also serves breakfast - their smoothie bowl is a must-try!

By Zoe Kirby

10/300 Queen Street

Brisbane

Opening hours

Licensed

3124 7270

Map

300 Queen Street

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