With Easter around the corner, we’ve rounded up our favourite eateries that are guaranteed to impress your out-of-town guests. And trust us: you’re going to want to eat your way through them all STAT!
1. Ahmet’s Turkish Restaurant
Little Stanley Street’s Ahmet’s is a vibrant feast for you and your guests eyes (and taste-buds) with dazzling rugs and lanterns, bright colours and authentic seating décor. The menu takes Turkish fusion to a whole new level with everything from lamb and bulgur kofte to eggplant salad. Save room for dessert too, because there’s fresh Turkish delight! Sign us up!
2. Aquitaine Brasserie
Aquitaine Brasserie has won our hearts with its haven of French fare. This fine-dining restaurant takes the humble group booking to the next level with innovative dishes worthy of the ‘gram. You’ll find the likes of pork belly with apple and parsnip to charcuterie boards filled to the brim with cured meats, condiments and pickles here… book us in!
3. River Quay Fish
If you’re a sucker for killer views, River Quay has your name written all over it. This bright and breezy space overlooks Brisbane’s beautiful sky-scrapers, paired with fresh delectable seafood – the perfect crowd pleaser! Choose delicious eats such as salt and pepper calamari, whiting tacos and white anchovy bruschetta… or have it all, we won’t judge you!
4. South Beach Social
Relaxed, welcoming and casual, South Beach Social knows that waterfront dining should be accompanied with friendly service and a traditional beach vibe. Overlooking the scenic beach and river views, you’re sure to impress your guests. Better yet, the menu is a serious squad pleaser featuring pasta, burgers and seafood galore!
5. Tai Tai
Tai Tai has established itself as Grey Street’s visual phenomenon, celebrating all things high quality, delicious and insta-worthy. Tai Tai’s menu is bursting at the seams with Chinese, Malaysian, Taiwanese and Vietnamese flavours and textures, serving up you (and your guests) faves: pork belly bao, whole barramundi and spicy seared marmite king prawns.