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The 5 Best Fine Dining Restaurants in Brisbane

Allium, New Farm
Allium, New Farm | © Allium
Photo of Kelly Hawke
28 April 2017
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Brisbane’s foodie scene is constantly evolving, and the city continues to attract some of the country’s top chefs. From modern Australian to Asian and Middle Eastern, this “big country town” has become a fine dining mecca.

Stokehouse Q

Restaurant, Bar, Mediterranean, $$$
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With some of Brisbane’s best waterfront views, Stokehouse Q is a favourite open-plan riverside restaurant that boasts an adventurous menu with tastes from the Mediterranean and Greater Europe.

e'cco bistro

Bistro, Contemporary
e’cco bistro Brisbane is among the city’s best restaurants and offers a contemporary approach to cuisine while maintaining a warm and welcoming bistro atmosphere. Chef Philip Johnson, one of Australia’s most celebrated chefs, created the menu keeping in mind his concept of doing “as little as possible with the best ingredients available.”

Esquire

Restaurant, Diner, Australian, $$$
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Esquire prides itself on fresh produce and offers a multi-course menu that reflects market availability. The menu changes daily, so your palette is always in for a surprise. A mix between a diner and kitchen, Esquire is a stunning degustation-only eatery.

Allium

Restaurant, Australian, Vegetarian, $$$
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Allium, New Farm
Allium, New Farm | © Allium

New on the Brisbane foodie scene, Allium offers creative fine dining. With an ever-evolving menu, this relaxed dining experience plates up familiar yet innovative dishes that aim to be approachable. Located in one of Brisbane’s trendiest neighbourhoods, New Farm, it’s already proving to be a crowd favourite!

Gerard's Bistro

Bistro, Restaurant, Middle Eastern, $$$
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Gerard's Bistro
Gerard's Bistro | © Brisbane Joinery and Shop-fitting /Flickr
Gerard’s Bistro is a tucked away on fashion-forward James Street. Indulge and experience the modern Australian tapestry of flavours inspired by the great cuisines of the Maghreb and Middle East. The menu is curated by Ben Williamson, who was recently awarded Chef of the Year in the 2017 Queensland Good Food Guide. Dining at Gerard’s is a must-do when visiting Brisbane.

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