Logan Rd Stones Corner

Brisbane's Best Eat Streets

The ambient tree-lined Logan Road precinct in Stones Corner is one of Brisbane's best eat streets for budget dining.

Along with a handful of cool cafes and a funky bar, there's a range of casual eateries, including Vietnamese, Thai, Mslaysian, Greek, American and Latin, as well as one of Brisbane's landmark historic hotels serving great pub grub. Here's 15 places to enjoy a good affordable feed:

Shady Palms is an oasis of cool found at the south end of Stones Corner
Buenos Dias Con Cafe is a hidden laneway cafe tucked away in Stones Corner serving expertly brewed coffee
A much-loved Malaysian restaurant has relocated to a lucky suburb, dishing up its signature Char Kuey Teow (CKT)
Stones Throw is a funky café with a cool vibe serving single origins alongside a top-notch house blend with an inspired menu
Chili Coco Thai Kitchen and Café is a charming timber cabin-style eatery serving authentic and delicious Thai food
Clove n' Honey Cafe dishes up delicious foodie fare for breakfast & lunch along with locally-roasted coffee
5 Boroughs bar and eatery - inspired by Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens and Staten Island - brings a taste of New York City
The Smug Fig has re-opened in a slick new location with the same great all-day brunch fare and excellent coffee
Buncha Buncha brings a taste of Hanoi to Stones Corner serving authentic Vietnamese street food
A cool cafe serving Campos coffee, breakfast, lunch and homemade treats

Cheeky Poke Bar is serving up delicious fresh locally sourced poke bowls and other Asian inspired delights from its home in the heart of Stones Corner village

With a graceful aged jacaranda tree shading its al fresco tables, the historic 1888 hotel forms the centrepiece of Stones Corner shopping precinct.

One of Brisbane's most popular burger bars has made its home in the heart of Stones Corner, serving up a delectable range of burgers, together with hot dogs, salads and desserts as well as top shelf drinks

The tiny Latin kitchen is the go-to for Brazilian sourdough or Latin pulled beef sandwiches, guacamole on toast, burritos, nachos and tacos

Get your fill of traditional Nepalese and Indian dishes from the regions at this colourful budget eatery

One of Brisbane's best ramen bars serving big bowls of slurp-worthy soup

Image credits: 
Latinismo Kitchen - courtesy of Latinismo Kitchen Facebook page
Mountain Bliss - courtesy of Mountain Bliss Facebook page

Looking to discover more hidden gems of Brisbane, check out our Guide to Brisbane Suburbs HERE! Happy exploring!

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