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Gret evening out - good service and an excellent menu. Food was really tasty. Even though ity was the middle of winter, we were very comfortable sitting in the open air with the excellent view.
Food very ordinary, even bread became an issue that woukd gave been ok BUT. An expensive night which we were totally prepared for a special treat. Wine and food for 6 people, we were celebrating a birthday with friends from UK. At the end the waiter hovered over then asked us to leave at 10:00.. Expensive and disappointing.
Fabulous French cuisine with first class friendly service!! Aquitaine has stunning views of the city and a wonderful ambience. Loved our dinner experience there and would highly recommend it!
Attracting discerning diners from all over the area, Aquitaine Brasserie in Brisbane's South Bank provides diners with some rustic French elegance, taking provincial fare and giving it a modern edge. Begin with some beef tartare or the duck with paté, ham, black pudding, foie gras, pickled quince and spiced bread crumb, before moving on to one of the delectable mains. We recommend sharing the whole wood-fired Bendele farm duck served with shaved cucumber, radish, lime, pickled shallots, red pepper aigre doux and sumac yoghurt, followed by some mille-feuille with orange chiboust, hazelnut praline crumb, mandarin and cocoa.
Of course, as you would expect from a quality French restaurant, the wine list has been perfectly put together with an array of French and local wines, and you’ll find a list of European-inspired cocktails too. With its stylish surrounds and views across the Brisbane skyline and river, Aquitaine Brasserie is the perfect location for a special occasion or a romantic date. You’ll find it on South Bank’s Sidon Street in the chic River Quay dining precinct – book in advance to avoid disappointment!