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Alfred & Constance

  • $$
  • Café

Combining a café, restaurant, three bars, and a beer garden, this hip Fortitude Valley establishment is as much worth a visit for its...

Breakfast Creek Hotel

  • $$$
  • Australian

Perched on the wharf at Breakfast Creek, this iconic, heritage–listed, French-Renaissance-style hotel is renowned for its breezy tropical...

Caravanserai

  • $$
  • Turkish

Decked out in traditional woven kilims and Mediterranean lanterns, this ambient Turkish restaurant is a treat for the senses, with its...

Happy Boy

  • $
  • Chinese

With exposed brick walls and industrial-style Edison bulb lighting, this bustling little wine bar and eatery in downtown Spring Hill...

Jellyfish

  • $$$
  • Seafood

At this upmarket riverside eatery, you can sit indoors on smart black-and-white chairs under low-slung, jellyfish-shape lights, or outside...

Pancake Manor

  • $
  • Café

Housed inside the historic, heritage-listed St. Luke's Cathedral, this elegant 24-hour pancake parlor is a Brisbane institution. Guests...

Pawpaw Cafe

  • $$
  • Asian

The small selection of simple dishes here is beautifully prepared from 90% local ingredients in a modern Vietnamese and Balinese style.

The Charming Squire

  • $$
  • Australian

Named after legendary convict brewmaster James Squire, this stylish new brewery and restaurant in South Bank’s cultural precinct pairs...

The Gunshop Café

  • $$
  • Café

Named after its previous life as an actual gun shop, this trendy West End café is the place to go for breakfast and brunch on weekends...

The Himalayan Cafe

  • $
  • Nepalese

An Aladdin's cave of candles and spices, this traditional Tibetan-Nepalese sanctuary is one of Brisbane's most popular inner-city eats.

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