A classic "Queenslander" with a lovely outdoor cocktails area shaded by century-old mango trees and fine-dining inside, Harrisons impresses with deftly executed French–meets–Modern Australian dishes that showcase fresh seafood and premium regional produce. You might start with Moreton Bay bugs or yellowfin tuna sashimi; mains on offer include roasted barramundi or tender Chateaubriand of Victorian Black Angus steak (A$98 for two). Desserts run the gamut from light-as-air lemon merigue pie to a decadent Valrhona white chocolate and amaretto zabaglione with honeycomb. There's a six-course "menu gourmande" at A$100 per person, A$150 with matched wines. On the wine list, you'll find plenty of good mid-priced Antipodean drops and a smattering of French ones.