Dining out in Brisbane? Consider yourself well-fed, with our top three restaurant picks.
Dining on holiday is always fun – new places, new food, and new experiences. Brisbane offers a plethora of cuisines to tempt every palette. Making a decision can be mind-boggling however – you’ll thank us for these diverse options.
If you’re holidaying with friends and fancy something special, a sumptuous seafood dinner at Gambaro is ideal. Renowned for its fresh catches, the menu features classic and contemporary offerings, including luscious desserts and an extensive wine list.
Don’t leave without sharing the traditional Gambaro Seafood Platter – a mouth-watering array of sand crab, Mooloolaba prawns, Moreton Bay bugs, oysters and lobster.
33 Caxton Street, Petrie Terrace, Brisbane QLD
(07) 3369 9500
AUGELLO’S – RISTORANTE & PIZZERIA
When kids are in tow, you want a restaurant where the dishes are familiar and pronounceable. For those reasons, Italian establishment Augello’s is a household name with locals and a popular spot for tourists, too.
Featuring a scrumptious variety of well-made classic pasta, pizza, mains and more for the adults, there’s a separate kids menu with favourites like ham and pineapple pizza and bolognaise that’ll end up in their bellies and not on the floor (colouring sheets and puzzles are available). The beach is just a few steps away if you need to walk it off.
The Peninsular Beachfront Resort, The Esplanade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
(07) 5478 3199