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Restaurants in West End, Brisbane

 Restaurants in the West End of Brisbane

An especially eclectic mix of African, Middle Eastern, Asian, European and Levantine restaurants awaits anyone visiting Brisbane's West End. This thriving inner city suburb has a strong multicultural vibe, and it's also known for its street art, boho boutiques and wealth of cool hangouts. A few minutes from the city centre, it's a great place for a relaxing bite to eat before checking out the flea markets at Davies Park or the local Mission Revival-style architectural landmarks.

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Caravanserai Turkish Restaurant

Caravanserai Turkish Restaurant

West End
Turkish$$$$
5.3/6247
Siam Samrarn

Siam Samrarn

West End
Thai$$$$
5.0/631
Mu'ooz Eritrean Restaurant and Catering

Mu'ooz Eritrean Restaurant and Catering

West End
African$$$$
5.5/617
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Kafenio

Kafenio

West End
Greek$$$$
4.8/619
The Montague Hotel

The Montague Hotel

West End
Tavern$$$$
4.5/611
Soi 9 Thai

Soi 9 Thai

West End
Thai$$$$
5.5/62
Chop Chop Chang's

Chop Chop Chang's

West End
Asian$$$$
5.5/64
West End Garden

West End Garden

West End
Asian$$$$
4.4/612
Makanan Indonesia

Makanan Indonesia

West End
Asian$$$$
2.6/65

Eden Garden Indian Cuisine - West End

West End
Indian
5.0/62

Fusion Café

West End
International$$$$
3.5/62

Donini's Pizza - West End

West End
Italian
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    Brisbane West End restaurants with an international outlook

    The restaurants of Brisbane's West End offer a range of flavours from around the world. There are Turkish venues like Caravanserai on Dornoch Terrace, where you can tuck into aromatic lentil soup and lemon chicken as well as lots of vegetarian and gluten-free options. In the meantime, Mu'ooz on Mollison Street is an Eritrean eatery rustling up a selection of curries and stews seasoned with authentic berbere spices. The neighbourhood also has strong Greek roots, so it's no surprise to find taverna like Kafenio on Vulture Street dishing out generous mixed platters of souvlakia (kebabs), sheftalia (sausages) and dolmades (stuffed vine leaves).