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12 Restaurants in South Brisbane, Brisbane

Head to South Brisbane’s restaurants for Brisbane’s best gourmet food

If you're heading out on the town for some gourmet food in Brisbane, look no further than South Brisbane's restaurants. This central part of town is home to some vibrant dining areas, from the Parklands to Grey Street, and Quandoo's local selection lists plenty of exciting places to eat. From Izakaya-style Japanese gastrobars to chic French places and Vietnamese pho joints, South Brisbane hosts some of Brisbane's most popular restaurants, so have a look around and book somewhere that catches your eye.

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Harajuku Gyoza - South Bank

South Brisbane
Japanese$$$$
5.6/655
Harajuku Gyoza - South Bank

Cafe63 - Swiss-Belhotel

South Brisbane
Cake & Coffee$$$$
5.4/634
Cafe63 - Swiss-Belhotel

Izakaya Goku West End

South Brisbane
Japanese$$$$
4.5/631
Izakaya Goku West End
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Viet De Lites

South Brisbane
Vietnamese
5.1/616
Viet De Lites

Cafe63 - West End

South Brisbane
Cake & Coffee$$$$
4.9/616
Cafe63 - West End

The Yiros Shop - South Brisbane

South Brisbane
Greek$$$$
The Yiros Shop - South Brisbane

Wagyu King

South Brisbane
Asian$$$$
Wagyu King

Aquitaine Brasserie

South Brisbane
French$$$$
5.0/640
Aquitaine Brasserie

Taiwanese Kitchen

South Brisbane
Taiwanese$$$$
6.0/61
Taiwanese Kitchen

The Burrito Bar - South Bank

South Brisbane
Mexican$$$$
2.0/61
The Burrito Bar - South Bank

Suburban West End

South Brisbane
Cake & Coffee$$$$
Suburban West End

Café Briz

South Brisbane
Cake & Coffee$$$$
Café Briz
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    Head over the Brisbane River to South Brisbane's outstanding restaurants

    For starters, South Brisbane's Japanese restaurants are among Brisbane's very best. The area is the heart of the city's sushi scene thanks to standouts like Izakana-Ya Okuman on Melbourne Street or Izakaya Goku where you can mix up wagyu steaks or tempura veg with refreshing Japanese beers. The area is also a European food hotspot where you can grab a succulent Greek gyros or settle down over a bottle of Burgundy and duck cassoulet. Few areas can match the diversity on display south of the river. Don't miss out. It's a fantastic place to dine.