Start with Gerard’s Bistro which looks a little different to many modern restaurants. Its outstanding food is influenced by the chef’s time spent in the Middle East. It is contemporary, relaxed, urban yet inspired by Morocco and Lebanon food quality, which is unique indeed.
Urbane lives up to its name, reflecting the long-term value of good architecture and design. Always at the cutting edge in Brisbane, It maintains the reputation with the food of Alejandro Cancino, a cerebral, adventurous interpretation of the modern Spanish and Japanese cuisines.
Esquire belongs to the small coterie of Australia’s great contemporary restaurants.
ARIA Brisbane maintains the standard, with a special focus on Queensland beef producers and Moran’s own brand of family-reared lamb.
There are many more restaurants high on quality food and class. Some of them are E’CCO Bistro, The Euro, Montrachet, Sake, and 1889 Enoteca.