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Asian Restaurants in Brisbane

 Enjoy a feast at Asian restaurants in Brisbane

The capital of Queensland is a thriving city with a wide range of things to do, ranging from the City Botanic Gardens to the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. The options on offer on the city's culinary scene are similarly diverse, and when it comes to Brisbane's Asian restaurants, you'll have a lot to choose from. If you can't decide between all the cuisines on offer, you're in luck because Park Road Kitchen on Park Road serves up lots of pan-Asian delights, ranging from classic starters like Chinese vegetable spring rolls to more unusual delicacies such as crispy Japanese octopus takoyaki.

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Park Road Kitchen

Milton
Asian$$$$
5.4/627

Super Bowl Chinese Kitchen

Fortitude Valley
Asian$$$$
4.8/611

Tibetan Kitchen - Spring Hill

Spring Hill
Asian$$$$
4.7/617
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Bangkok Milton

Toowong
Asian$$$$
5.0/610

Mo Charcoal Alley

Carseldine
Asian$$$$
5.3/69

Chop Chop Chang's

West End
Asian$$$$
5.5/64

Thai O-Sha

Aspley
Asian$$$$
6.0/61

Ipoh Laksa Asian Cuisine

Strathpine
Asian
5.4/68

West End Garden

West End
Asian$$$$
4.4/612

September 18

North Lakes
Asian$$$$
5.2/65

Suncrop Seafood Restaurant

Fortitude Valley
Asian$$$$
5.0/61

Thai on Wok

Caboolture
Asian$$$$
5.3/64

Tibetan Kitchen - Toowong

Toowong
Asian$$$$
4.6/65

Makanan Indonesia

West End
Asian$$$$
3.6/65

PappaRich Garden City

Upper Mount Gravatt
Asian$$$$
3.0/62

Umami Asian Tapas

Fortitude Valley
Asian$$$$

Wagyu King

South Brisbane
Asian$$$$

Malaya Asian Cuisine - Tweed Heads

Tweed Heads
Asian$$$$

Red Rock Noodle Bar - Buranda

Buranda
Asian$$$$

Red Rock Noodle Bar - Yeronga

Yeronga
Asian$$$$
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    Sample top seafood at Brisbane's Asian restaurants

    Whether it's the salty seafood tastes of Chinese Shandong cuisine, the sushi rolls of Japan or the fish stews of Sri Lanka, there's a lot of fish to choose from in Asian cuisine. For top Sri Lankan food at Asian restaurants in Brisbane, head down to Tibetan Kitchen in the Petrie Terrace area of Spring Hill for a seafood extravaganza. Try the Jhinge Machha ra Aduwa (green prawns cooked in a ginger and lime infused coconut milk sauce) or the deep fried barramundi curry in Nepalese-style sauce.
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    Eat vegetarian classics at Brisbane's Asian restaurants

    Brisbane's Asian restaurants cater to everyone, and with Australia's market for vegan food recently revealed to be the third fastest growing in the world, there are plenty of meat free treats to enjoy at Brisbane's Asian restaurants. At Tibetan Kitchen there are lots of tasty veggie options, including the Miseko Tarkari (a mixed vegetable curry flavoured with coriander) or the Churipi curry (tofu served with tomatoes, capsicum and onions). Over at Ceylon Dine In Style on Melbourne Street, you’ll find another range of tempting curries including cashew curry made with green peas and coconut milk or dahl curry with onions and Sri Lankan spices.
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    Book Brisbane's Asian restaurants in advance to get a table

    Brisbane's Asian restaurants are pretty popular, so if you want to be sure of getting a seat it's vital to book ahead of time. Luckily for you, the days of calling ahead to reserve tables are long gone. Now, all you need to do is log on to the Quandoo website or app, look through the user reviews and menu highlights for Brisbane's Asian restaurants, and reserve a table online in seconds. It's simple!