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Sono Restaurant Portside Wharf1. Sono Restaurant Portside Wharf
131 reviews
Japanese | Hamilton, Brisbane

Delicious food and great atmosphere More

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Martha Street Kitchen2. Martha Street Kitchen
61 reviews
Italian | Camp Hill, Brisbane

Awesome local resturants. Delicious fresh food, great service. Awesome cocktails and wine list. Highly recommend More

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Pause Samford3. Pause Samford
114 reviews
Modern Australian | Samford, Brisbane

Simply brilliant Sunday afternoon with one of Brisbane's best known jazz and blues singers. The food was AMAZING - five star all the way. All the staff were interested in everyone having a good time. It is hard not to sign about it - one of the best days out in years! More

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Rogue Bistro4. Rogue Bistro
267 reviews
Modern Australian | Brisbane CBD, Brisbane

food is very nice good balnce present as look as well wish to come back again for other foods More

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Les Bubbles Bar and Bistro5. Les Bubbles Bar and Bistro
384 reviews
Steakhouse | Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

Fantastic service and a great atmosphere. Simple menu means a quick decision but all the photos on the wall means a long lingering discussion of "do you remember when..." if you are of a certain age. More

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Farah RestaurantFarah Restaurant
Persian | Brisbane CBD, Brisbane

Farah restaurant is the only licenced Persian restaurant in Brisbane which offers an authentic Persian cuisine, where you will enjoy the Persian hospitality along with the tasty healthy dishes made of high quality meat.
The smoked eggplant dip (Mirza Ghasemi), fried eggplant dip (Kashk Bademjan) , Olives marinated in walnut and pomegranate (Zeytoon Parvarde) and yogurt with mint make tantalizing starters. Farah’s main dishes includes traditional kebab dishes and special slow cooked dishes. Farah Mix platter for two is one the best options to share a kebab plate including all kinds of Persian kebabs in one dish. Special slow cooked Lamb shank is served with a traditional green rice as well as a delicious gravy.
Farah restaurant is located in the inner-city suburb of Spring Hill.
Nearby street parking is available.More

Heya BarHeya Bar
Asian | Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

Inspired by the street markets of South East Asia and the alleyways and bars of the Golden Gai in Shinjuku, Heya is a subterranean wonderland of mysterious doorways, secret rooms and late night eats and drinks. Hidden bars, live music, pool tables, pinball machines, pan-Asian street food, cocktails and dimly lit corners – you’ll find it all secluded away under bustling Brunswick Street in Heya’s maze of sights, sounds and flavours. Gather in a cosy lounge and sit down to an intimate feast of flavoursome street eats or lose yourself in the delights of one our unique bars while you sip carefully crafted cocktails and curated spirits.More

Little Big HouseLittle Big House
Australian | Brisbane CBD, Brisbane

Little Big House encompasses the rich history, the vibrant energy and the relaxed sun soaked lifestyle that is Queensland

The iconic, heritage-listed Queenslander (originally known as "Collins Place") has hosted a variety of colourful tenants since being built in 1889, including incarnations as a Ship Inn, a Spaghetti House, a squatter’s den, and even a stint as the South Bank Police Station.

From ‘Big House’ to ‘Little Big House’ the venue pays homage to things of old while adding a fresh perspective, balancing charm with cheek, and drawing on images from Queensland's vast flora and fauna, animals, reptiles and creatures, serving it all up with a cheeky grin.

Reopened in the heart of the Southpoint development in South Bank in summer 2017, with all original features restored, Little Big House will take you on a journey…immersing you in a sweaty, humid, sun soaked, laid back, old Queenslander house party where everyone is your mate.More

Little ValleyLittle Valley
Chinese | Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

Little Valley is brought to you by the team behind the hatted Rick Shores, a melting pot of culture and influences, much like Hong Kong is to greater Asia, and what Fortitude Valley represents to Brisbane.

Little Valley aspires to carry on the rich Chinese cultural heritage of the Fortitude Valley area, with new takes on traditional dishes from many of the great and varied regional cuisines of China.

From Guangdong to Shandong, Hunan to Yunnan, there are influences drawn from all over this diverse country with dishes that suit our south-east Queensland lifestyle at the fore.More

Ze Pickle - Fortitude ValleyZe Pickle - Fortitude Valley
Burgers | Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

Opening its doors in October 2012, Ze Pickle was the first dedicated craft beer bar on the Gold Coast and quickly also became known as the place to go for the best burgers in South East Queensland. In the years following, new Ze Pickle stores opened in Brisbane & Sydney in order to supply their decidedly addictive fodder to a bigger crowd. Going from strength to strength, the Ze Pickle boys have amassed a monster army of devout followers who not only share their same love for their inimitable Burgers & Bar Snacks, but for their amazing, rotating 12 tap selection of Craft Beer, unique selection of cocktail and wine and also awesome atmosphere thats always prevalent upon entering ZP. ZP not only have their sights set on building more franchises in and around Australia, but are also now planning on moving their indicative brand internationally, looking at sites in the birthplace of “the burger” … the USA as well as Asia.More