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Queensland Restaurants


ARIA Brisbane

A decade after opening the doors to the highly-acclaimed ARIA in Sydney, co-owners Matt Moran and Peter Sullivan caught lightning in a bottle again, as they debuted ARIA Brisbane, boasting an innovative menu that resonates modern Australia. Backdropped by the Brisbane River and the Story Bridge, ARIA Brisbane brings a delightful framework for exquisite edibles like roast rack of lamb with gnocchi or pan-seared snapper fillet with brandade.


1 Eagle Street
Brisbane, QLD 4000
Tel: +61 7 3233 2555



Restaurant Two

The heritage-listed Old Mineral House in Brisbane now plays host to Restaurant Two, where head chef and owner David Pugh has designed a Mediterranean and Asian vibe with an Australian mix on his menu. Starters, like the shaved borgo prosciutto, and main courses, like the light Sri Lankan spiced pumpkin broth of scallop, Moreton Bay bug and prawns, are common favorites at Restaurant Two.


2 Edward Street
Brisbane, QLD
Tel: +61 7 3210 0600




In a clean and crisp environment, Urbane manages to orchestrate intimacy and coziness into one. A la carte selections or a seven-course degustation option from chef Kym Machin, spotlight picks like octopus with green strawberry, avocado and rye, and wagyu, sugar snaps, watercress and horseradish to lift Urbane into a realm of its own.


181 Mary Street
Brisbane, QLD 4000
Tel: +61 7 3229 2271




The contemporary, split-level bar/restaurant in Fortitude Valley, Ortiga, welcomes Spanish flavor, accompanied by a substantial wine list to pair with anything on the menu. From slow-cooked duck egg to ajo blanco (a cold, white soup) with smoked eel and grapes, head chef Pablo Tordesillas finds his heritage through each masterful creation.


446 Brunswick Street
Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006
Tel: +61 7 5576 8517




Coming from the Italian phrase, I am going out, the aptly named Ioesco, surrounded by the serene Sanctuary Cove, encourages patrons to try a little bit of Italy, whether looking for a casual, intimate night out or wanting a place to unwind with friends. Chef and restauranteur Max Alfieri supplies Napoli flavors to dishes of fresh sea perch, veal medallions, crumbed chicken breast and quality eye fillet steaks for a veritable meal.


3A Masthead Way
Sanctuary Cove
Gold Coast, QLD 4212
Tel: +61 7 5577 8800



Justin Lane Pizzeria and Bar

A rough, urban decor envelops the interior of Justin Lane Pizzeria and Bar, but that's just fine. After all, the queue out the door isn't for the restaurant's looks - it's for the pizza. Justin Lane has evolved into one of the busiest spots in Burleigh Heads, and customers can't seem to get enough of the laid-back setup with the fresh, savory assortment of pizzas (not to mention other Italian favorites) hitting the tables.


1708-1710 Gold Coast Highway
Burleigh Heads, QLD 4220
Tel: +61 7 5576 8517



Bangkok Delight

In St. Lucia, Taiwanese and Laotian spice turn up the heat to develop genuine and affordable dishes at Bangkok Delight. A lengthy but divine menu lineup brings southeastern Asian to Queensland, including tamarind beef, satay chicken and glass noodle pad thai, to the table, whether customers are looking for an authentic curry, salad or wok meal.


5/224 Hawken Drive
St. Lucia, QLD 4067
Tel: +61 7 3870 9977


Cafe Scooterini

A simplistic but effective option for breakfast or lunch lies in the Gold Coast's Coolangatta with a cafe that's as fun to say as it is to visit. Cafe Scooterini can get the day going with a tea or coffee from the charming baristas, while the casual, outdoor, beachside cafe can serve as a perfect escape from a light alfresco sandwich or salad.


1/99 Griffith Street
Coolangatta, QLD 4225
Tel: +61 7 5599 2298



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