This is the most exciting place in town to eat in – here are our picks of the bunch.
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A woodfired menu and a 1500-bottle wine list are just the start at one of 2020’s most impressive restaurant openings.
Brick walls, leather banquettes, house-made pasta and Italian wine.
Longtime's successor Same Same is one of the restaurant openings of the year.
While rooftop bar Eleven takes a break, we have this Mexican pop-up. There's ninety seats, a local-produce driven menu and a shedload of tequila, all set to those jaw-dropping views.
Prawn, bug and lobster cocktails, oysters served with champagne mignonette, caviar, and platters of up to six different types of shellfish. Plus award-winning Kiwami Wagyu.
Prawn doughnuts with yuzu curd are the kind of creative fare you can expect at this moody, communal Japanese restaurant from the owners of Longtime.
A gorgeous restaurant and bar at the centre of Brisbane's Middle Eastern moment.
A couple of young guns cooking (and doing the dishes) in a tiny, 10-seat omakase-style fine diner down a pokey laneway.
Modern Chinese food and a killer wine list from brothers Cameron and Jordan Votan.
Widely regarded as one of the country’s best Greek restaurants.
A war-era warehouse transforms into a beautiful 60-seat Italian restaurant.
The Moubment Group’s best-regarded restaurant delivers innovative Middle Eastern cuisine in a texture-rich dining room.
So much more than your average neighbourhood Italian joint.
Refined share plates and mezcal on a classy corner of Brunswick Street.
A wood-fired Valley beauty in James Street's Ada Lane.
A single-dish menu makes this restaurant distinct (and then there’s the bathhouse downstairs).
Brisbane’s first pasta laboratory, which aims for complete authenticity in its pasta and sauces.
This urban winery boasts a cellar door, a 70-seat restaurant and beautiful 20-seat private dining room.
Pan-Asian share plates and an impressive drinks list in a moody Valley dining room.
Burgers and beers with personality.
A diner serving burgers, fried chicken, soda and beer.
Venue two for some of Brisbane’s best yakitori.
Simple burgers, done well.
A lynchpin venue in a more quiet part of the Valley.
A 220-seat, 24/7 gastropub inside an old drapery, which has a dedicated katsu sando menu.
Accessible luxury in Chinatown.
Vietnamese street food with a modern twist.
Big and juicy home-style Northern Chinese dumplings