Dining out during holiday can be a challenge as you are unfamiliar with the restaurants around town. You would want to pay for delicious meals that are value for money and walk out from the restaurant with a full belly thinking that I will come back to this place again on my next trip to Brisbane. Therefore, we have chosen some special ones for you to tempt your taste buds: If you are a serious carnivore, say no more. Please head straight to Cha Cha Char Wine Bar & Grill. Using Aussie beef, each piece of steak is cooked to perfection with its own distinctive taste to deliver excellent quality. There is also an a la carta menu which includes not only duck, lamb and seafood options, but also vegetarian dishes to suit everyone.
Eating is a pleasure. With our cheap car rentals in Brisbane, you can travel comfortably with family or friends to all the famous destinations to appease your hunger with delectable meals. You will be guaranteed a wonderful gastronomic experience in Brisbane.
Thinking of a bit of casual dining with a taste of the ocean? Let’s go for some fish and chips! Voted as Australia’s best fish and chip shop 2008, it is not surprising that The Fishmonger’s Wife provides the freshest seafood seasoned and marinated in a range of flavors with top quality to its loyal customers who keep going back for more.
Widely recognized as one of the favourites dining location in Brisbane CBD, Palettes Restaurant and Bar let you choose between the relaxed yet stylish indoor seating and the alfresco area where you want to sit by the street and enjoy the natural hustle and bustle. It is the perfect place for family to enjoy a nutritious breakfast or fabulous lunch ordered from its inventive menu. Also, a wide range of beers, wines and cocktails available are ideal for friends to unwind in the evening.
In a rush? Grab a quick lunch at Oyama Japanese Restaurant. It is one of the best sushi places in town for Japanese connoisseur to have a healthy, fresh and tasty meal with a kick of wasabi. The experience won’t be complete without watching the sushi chef shaping your nori hand-rolls and slicing fresh salmon with his sashimi knife.