Foodies assemble for the revamped Little Stanley Street
Our favourite dining strip in Brisbane, Little Stanley Street, is in the process of an amazing revamp. There are renovations both underway and completed, and new kids on the block appearing that are definitely worth a visit.
Denim Co. Café – renovation complete
South Bank classic Denim Co. Café has a fresh and funky new fitout. There is a sleek, contemporary colour scheme featuring white with aqua accents. As always, a stylish establishment for not just a coffee catch-up but also a spot of breakfast, lunch or dinner. An updated menu has been created by new head chef Steve Warden-Hutton to complement the new digs.
Baba Ganouj – relocation and renovation complete
Moving to a larger space, South Bank’s Baba Ganouj is new to Little Stanley Street. It now offers more space to sit down and enjoy the delights of modern Lebanese cuisine. The combination of an exposed-brick and timber interior is completed with yellow and black chairs, cosy booths and a bar area. The unique dome-shaped hotplate, on which freshly baked saj bread is made to order, takes pride of place near the front counter.
Malt Traders – brand new
Malt Traders is a boutique bottle shop and a whisky connoisseur’s paradise. The establishment is most inviting, decoratively stocked with premium-quality goods. Pick up something that is sure to impress at your next dinner party! Why not stay in and sample the fine products available, with a selection of meat and cheese boards on offer to pair with your drink, or BYO food is permitted.
Junk Boat – brand new
There is a cool, lively vibe at Junk Boat. The layout is open plan with funky Asian culture-inspired styling, perfect for group get-togethers. Fresh, hawker-style Southeast Asian cuisine abounds at this new addition, which is fast becoming a lunch and dinner fave with the locals.
French Martini – renovation in progress
French Martini is shuffling along Little Stanley Street to create a larger tenancy with va-va-voom. A bigger kitchen facility is being introduced to expand the venue's delicious menu of French cuisine, opening towards the end of the year.
Greystone Bar and Cellar – renovation in progress
A South Bank original and favourite bar haunt and bottle shop, Greystone Bar and Cellar is also expanding. Bringing a tropical Caribbean theme to the street, it will open towards the end of the year.