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Australian Restaurants in Brisbane

Discover Australian restaurants in Brisbane

The capital of Queensland is well-known for championing local and innovative restaurants, and boasts a lively culinary scene. In particular, Brisbane has some great restaurants serving Australian-style dishes that are honestly changing the foodie landscape in this wonderful city. So we’ve got a few tips when it comes to discovering the best Australian restaurants in Brisbane. Read on and find out why Australian cuisine is the most sought after in the city.

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The Belvedere Hotel

Woody Point
Australian$$$$
4.6/6223

St. James Crabhouse & Kitchen

Kangaroo Point
Australian$$$$
5.4/6143

Suttons Beach Pavilion

Redcliffe
Australian$$$$
5.2/683
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Sassafras Canteen

Paddington
Australian$$$$
5.0/642

Sasquatch Bar

Chermside
Australian$$$$
5.6/629

Keith's on Cambridge

Manly
Australian$$$$
5.0/653

Ruggers Bar & Restaurant

Albion
Australian$$$$
4.9/616

The Coffee Club - Aspley

Aspley
Australian$$$$
4.7/620

Waka

Scarborough
Australian$$$$
5.6/65

Sylvia's Restaurant & Wine Bar

Brisbane CBD
Australian$$$$
5.8/64

Gopher Coffee - Kallangur

Kallangur
Australian$$$$
5.5/64

No.15 Restaurant

Fortitude Valley
Australian$$$$
4.3/66

Lagoona Resort Restaurant

Eight Mile Plains
Australian$$$$
5.0/61

Vue Lounge

New Farm
Australian
4.4/65

Hummingbird

Rosalie
Australian$$$$
1.0/61
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St. James Crabhouse Hamilton

Hamilton
Australian$$$$
5.0/61

Hawks Sports Club

Taigum
Australian$$$$

88 Forty Eight

Fortitude Valley
Australian

Blue Owl Cafe and Restaurant

Tweed Heads
Australian$$$$

The Groove Train – North Lakes

North Lakes
Australian$$$$
4.3/681
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    Breakfast, brunch & lunch in Brisbane’s Australian restaurants

    There's no shortage of restaurants in Brisbane dishing up classic Australian fare. Expect a relaxed ambience, seasonal menus and premium ingredients prepared simply yet with expert precision. For a classic Australian breakfast pay Plum Tucker on Enoggera Terrace in Red Hill a visit for a bacon and egg roll on a freshly-baked damper bun topped with lemon aioli, fried eggs, bacon, kanga banga, leafy greens and house chutney. Then, pop back for a lunchtime fix and opt for a salad packed with roast pumpkin, avocado (of course), pickled beets, house kraut, leafy greens and miso dressing. Or, if you’re over in Woody Point, for a meal with a view, The Belvedere Hotel boasts a sensational wagyu beef burger with all the trimmings, and a side of beer-battered chips.
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    Tuck into seafood in Brisbane’s Australian restaurants

    If you’re a fan of seafood, there are a number of Australian restaurants in Brisbane specialising in the fruits of the sea. One such restaurant is St James Crabhouse and Kitchen on Baildon Street in Kangaroo Point. Here you can enjoy locally-caught blue swimmers or succulent Alaskan snow crab, alongside grilled prawns, mussels and Moreton Bay bugs. Or, why not stop into Teneriffe Social House and treat yourself to the oyster bar where you can go au natural, Rockefeller (baked and topped with spinach, cheese, bacon and breadcrumbs) or Japanese-style (served with wakame, toasted sesame and yuzu dressing), before an array of tapas options like lime & black pepper calamari, popcorn prawns and seared yellow fin tuna.
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    Go true blue in Brisbane’s Australian restaurants

    Needless to say, Aussies love a good barbie, which is reflected in Brisbane's Australian restaurants as you’d expect. For example, at venues like Grilling Art on Rode Road in Stafford Heights you'll find a choice of juicy steaks, baby pork ribs and chicken fillets, flame-grilled to a mouthwatering smoky finish and basted with a range of tasty marinades. One of our favourites is the teriyaki salmon which just the thing for an evening meal as the sun goes down on another balmy day in Brisbane.