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The latest venture as part of the Oakwood Hotels chain, No. 15 Restaurant headed by Luke Farrow, is one of Brisbane’s most exciting new restaurants. No matter if you’re a guest of the hotel or a Brisbane local after some delicious, Australian-style fare, No. 15 Restaurant caters for even the most discerning of diners. This chic and modern space is home to a menu packed with dishes, from freshly-made pastas to succulents meats fresh off the grill. And the wine list is not to be overlooked, either. Open for breakfast and dinner, you’ll find this restaurant on Ivory Lane in Fortitude Valley, a stone’s throw from the Storey Bridge. Bookings are essential.
This restaurant is part of a hotel and whilst potentially a successful breakfast buffet , left a lot to be desired as a dinner venue. We were the only diners in a restaurant set-up for 50+ people and this should have been a warning. My meal was good although my wife found hers dry and unappealing. Remarkably with two wait staff and only two diners for the whole night, the service was poor! After the mains we waited for 25 minutes for a dessert menu which was never forthcoming so we left and went elsewhere for dessert. There are a lot of better restaurants around.
Unfortunately the views were not as pictured. The food was overly greasy (the grazing plate had deep fried bread! The oil also being very old) or dry (we wondered how they had “cooked” or most likely reheated the spare ribs)
I thoroughly enjoyed my experience. The food was delicious and beautifully presented with lovely service to match. I would go again. The mocktails are delicious.
The location of No. 15 Restaurant is without a doubt one of the best in Brisbane. Nestled on Ivory Lane in Fortitude Valley, this elegant restaurant is a short walk from bustling nightlife, the Brisbane CBD and the sought after Teneriffe and New Farm areas. No. 15 Restaurant specialises in modern Australian cuisine and we recommend kicking things off with the grazing platter, brimming with cured meats, haloumi, salt and pepper squid, olives and artisanal bread and dips. Perfect for sharing, and perfect for whetting your appetite!
Then, take your pick at No. 15 Restaurant from the wild mushroom risotto served with creme fraiche, enoki flowers and salsa verde; confit duck with truffled potato, bacon lardons and mandarin jus or the Asian-style short ribs, braised and served with slaw, coriander and beer-battered chips. The grill is as much as part of No. 15 restaurant as the stellar view of the Storey Bridge, and you can feast on a succulent Australian sirloin steak with all the trimmings; pan seared Atlantic salmon or chicken wrapped in proscuitto. If all this sounds like your idea of a good time, well it’s time to pay this Fortitude Valley restaurant a visit. You won’t be disappointed.