Best New Restaurants 2018

In 2018 the dining bar was raised high in Brisbane with the openings of many game-changing restaurants, from Michelin-starred Indian to next level Chinese in heritage buildings, Japanese hidden gems and a whole new era of Greek dining...

Brisbane's fine dining Chinese Restaurant is now taking taking bookings for up to 10 guests, serving exquisite Cantonese and Sichuan dishes
Heritij is Brisbane’s finest Indian restaurant, boasting a Michelin-starred chef, bespoke decor and jaw-dropping views
Moda Tapas Brase Bar in Petrie Terrace is Brisbane’s best tapas bar and eatery, occupying the stunning heritage-listed police stables at The Barracks
One of Brisbane northside's best wine bars, this newcomer is also one of the top places to dine thanks to its acclaimed chef
Little Valley is a stunning neo-Chinese dining hall and garden bar occupying the shell of an old Fortitude Valley warehouse
Honto is a stunning dark moodily lit Japanese restaurant and bar hidden away in a Fortitude Valley back street
This elegant restaurant at Customs House is open for in-house dining with sumptuous 2 and 3-course dinners including a glass of
Hellenika is a glamorous Greek taverna sitting poolside on the first level of James St’s boutique Fortitude Valley hotel The Calile
Shunsai is a real slice of Japan in Brisbane - a pocket-sized upmarket Japanese restaurant and bar found tucked away
Spice Den is bringing a touch of edgy, urban flavour to their renowned Asian inspired restaurant in Brisbane’s CBD.
Atelier Brasserie is a contemporary Euro-chic restaurant and wine bar located within the old Brisbane Showgrounds precinct
Walter's Steakhouse is open for lunch on Father's Day serving 270-day, grain fed, dry aged porterhouse, prepared and cooked to perfection
Momani’s is one of Brisbane’s most unique restaurants – serving exquisite Middle Eastern dishes within a glamorous old world setting
Olive Thyme Turkish Cuisine is arguably Brisbane’s best Turkish restaurant, located in a gorgeous heritage-listed 1920’s Albion building
Salon de Co is bringing art deco vibes and unique, eclectic dishes to the heart of Spring Hill, within the Ovolo Inchcolm Hotel.
Howard Smith Wharves' Greek restaurant is now offering in house dining with a delicious set menu of Mediterranean favourites with
La Cache a Vin is the jewel in the crown of Brisbane’s French restaurants, found tucked away in a Spring Hill laneway basement
Kimchi Cheese Smile is an absolute hidden gem of a Korean restaurant occupying an historic shop in East Brisbane
Romantica brings the traditional taste of Roman cuisine to Paddington, serving unique pizza and pasta dishes
Stavros the Greek is serving up outstanding traditional Greek food with a modern twist in the leafy westside suburb of Kenmore.
Persone is an upmarket Italian restaurant and bar in Brisbane’s The W Hotel, with stunning dress circle views of QPAC and South Bank

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

BIFF returns to Brisbane for 11 days in October
Join Motorwagen for this intimate wine and dinner event
Boom Boom Room is re-opening as a Japanese-inspired restaurant/bar
Blush by Effervescence returns to historic Hanworth House in October
Join comedian Mel Buttle for a much-needed night of comedy
Oktoberfest is coming to Cloudland
Learn to paint with this unique paranormal sip & paint experience
This drive-in concert is headlined by Russell Morris
A unique Mean Girls style high tea experience is coming to Brisbane

Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers

Highlights include flower-filled parks, live music, a ferris wheel, foodie experiences, fun for pooches, twilight tours and more
Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers
Stunning Riverfront Dining:
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