Brisbane's Top Secret Dining Spots

From hilltop tapas bars, hidden Japanese late night eateries, quaint suburban bistros and warehouse restaurants in industrial side streets, 10 of Brisbane's best dining spots that even the locals don't know:

Neesh Bar is one of Brisbane's best value places for dinner - an old corner store in East Brisbane
Boo's Kitchen brings the fresh flavours of northern Thailand to the Gabba
Haig Rd Bistro is a charming French bistro that brings a taste of Alsace to a colonial Auchenflower cottage
An old war igloo in a Valley side street has been converted into a chic 2 level European wine bar and restaurant
One of Brisbane northside's best wine bars, this newcomer is also one of the top places to dine thanks to its acclaimed chef
Vaquero is a gorgeous Spanish-inspired dining room and bar hidden from the street in Albion, with a secret entrance via a butcher shop
Shunsai is a real slice of Japan in Brisbane - a pocket-sized upmarket Japanese restaurant and bar found tucked away
Macondo is a leafy little slice of Colombia, hidden in the industrial backstreets of Salisbury, serving authentic Colombian cuisine
One Fish Two Fish is a seafood restaurant and bar with the wow factor in a beautifully renovated Queenslander
Pata Negra is a charming and authentic little Spanish tapas bar and deli found nestled in the hills of Bardon

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An ABBA-themed brunch is coming to Brisbane in September
To commemorate the Paddington Depot tram fire of 1962
BIFF returns to Brisbane for 11 days in October
Join Motorwagen for this intimate wine and dinner event
Blush by Effervescence returns to historic Hanworth House in October
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

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