At Falalalah, it’s all about great Italian cuisine. Whether it’s traditional pasta, or a contemporary main, the dishes you’ll enjoy are at the top of their class. Found on Brisbane’s Melbourne Street, Falalalah is a local foodie favourite that diners can’t get enough of – and with Happy Hour every weekday, it’s an ideal location to knock a couple back with friends.after work. The restaurant can be found where Melbourne Street meets Boundary, only moments from South Brisbane station.
As one of the best Italian restaurants in Brisbane, Falalalah has a lot going for it. The Melbourne Street restaurant is chic but casual, and includes an atmosphere that’s suitable for nearly any dining occasion. Falalalah in South Brisbane also doubles as a cafe, and features premium coffee drinks including such favourites as the iced long black, the iced mocha and the long macchiato. Sweet tooth? Get a vanilla or caramel shake to satisfy your cravings.
The food menu at Brisbane’s Falalalah includes all of the Italian dishes you know and love, plus several other international delights. We recommend the Falalalah Fusion Pasta, including options like the rib pasta (pork ribs, mushroom, spinach, garlic and onion), the seaweed oil pasta (seaweed, clams, olive oil and garlic) or the hot tomato soup pasta, which features pepperoncini, garlic, mussels and clams. Falalalah are well known for their burgers, too, so make sure to try the beef and tofu burger with potato wedges, the fried chicken burger or the classic Falalalah Burger, which contains bacon, mozzarella, cheddar cheese, pineapple, tomato and spinach. Fill up on unpretentious gourmet delights at this South Brisbane restaurant – book ahead!
Great atmosphere, friendly staff, and interesting food; honey comes with just about everything! I ordered a pizza where the description read "double layer dough, garlic butter, parmesan'...simple, sounds delicious, but not what I got. It came with a little side dish of honey - fair enough, I could choose to put it on or not; I didn't - but it was a sweet pizza. It had some sort of sweet filling, was heaped with cheddar cheese and was soggy. It was huge, so if you like pizza, you get a whole huge one, but for me the pizza was just too sweet and nothing like what I thought I'd get based on the description. Not a complaint, I'm just disappointed that I didn't ask for clarification on what else the pizza had. It was very quiet, which I liked, and they play great music! I'd go again, but I'd ask exactly what is in the dish before ordering.