Located on Trafalgar Street, right on the seafront, Wilson’s Boathouse’s location couldn’t be more perfect for indulging in some of the finest seafood that Brisbane has to offer. Glass panels on three sides of the restaurant give panoramic views of the area, so you can watch as the boats from Manly harbour glide past you, while the menu of modern Australian cuisine is sure to appeal to even the most discerning of diners. Just remember to book ahead in order to score one of the best tables!
Slow service and dirty toilets. For the price you'd expect a lot better. Food was good but nothing to write home about. Took an hour to get food
Service was friendly and efficient. The restaurant itself is a little tired looking and needs a fair bit of TLC. Our meals were expensive. Seafood chowder was very nice, whilst main courses could have been better. A bit sad to see the potential of the place, such a great location, not being met.
Superb bay side venue with excellent seafood Ross was so attentive So very compelling Will be back for sure Adorable and at sunset quite as asset
With stunning views looking out across Moreton Bay and the Manly boat harbour, Wilson’s Boathouse provides the perfect backdrop for a special meal in Brisbane, whether it’s a casual lunch or an elegant evening meal. Champions of local produce, the fish and seafood is sourced fresh every day for a superlative seafood experience on Trafalgar Street. Begin your meal with some natural, kilpatrick or Thai-style oysters or a bowl of fish and crustacean soup with clams, scallops, squid, bacon, potato, leek, croutons and rouille.
Some of the choices on the main course menu include North Queensland grilled barramundi with macadamia crust and lemon butter and the Fraser Island sand whiting, panko crumbed or beer battered and served with crispy chips, tartare sauce and salad. If you’re not a fan of seafood, chow down on a juicy steak or beef ragout, slow-braised with red wine and served with housemade pappardelle pasta and baby spinach. Drawing in diners with its fresh seafood and idyllic location on the Manly sea front, Wilson’s Boathouse can get busy. To guarantee a table at this chic Brisbane seafood restaurant, making a reservation in advance is recommended.