Whilst not the easiest place to find, this sparklingly modern Indonesian restaurant is well worth the hunt. Having discovered the entrance, you walk ... More
Whilst not the easiest place to find, this sparklingly modern Indonesian restaurant is well worth the hunt. Having discovered the entrance, you walk into a very colourful, art deco style eatery with a street-side balcony, perfect for watching the world go by in the lively suburb of Rosalie, one of the latest additions to Brisbane's increasingly popular dining areas. The decor is anything but Indonesian, but the food is very traditional and truly memorable. Their main dishes (Approximately AUD12-18), including the wonderful Lemon Grass and Chilli Chicken are excellent, and their Balinese hot pots are magnificent.
With a view such as this it would be easy for the Summit Restaurant to overlook the food. Thankfully, it
proves to be just as impressive. Surrounded by idyllic parkland, with Brisbane and the coast stretching out from below, ...
Established more than a century ago, the decor at the Breakfast Creek Hotel may not be turn of the millennium,
but the quaint Spanish feel is sufficient to supplement the mouth watering menu. The outdoor eating area is dimly ...
Establishing itself as the first wine/tapas bar in the area, Gertie's has maintained its reputation for fine dining, as well
as being a great place to hold special occasions and events. Huge windows give a fabulous view of the ...