Restaurants at South Bank
No matter your craving, you'll find a restaurant to suit. Discover South Bank's restaurants.
Enjoy a trip to Turkey with authentic food and great service.
Specialising in handmade noodles and dumplings, Bamboo Basket showcases authentic northern-style Chinese cuisine.
Serving Carribean inspired dishes, Barbossa's menu includes jerk chicken wings, lime-chilli corn, beef empanadas and more.
Named after New Orleans’ French quarter, Bourbon Street oozes jazz vibes and creole-inspired recipes for a smooth dining experience.
Brooklyn Depot South Bank - inspired by Old Brooklyn - will get your tastebuds ticking with a chef-prepared menu of handcrafted burgers, hot dogs, salads and desserts.
Part of Rydges Hotel and open to the public, CBD Café Bar Dining offers and extensive breakfast, lunch and dinner menu.
Located in South Bank's ABC Headquarters, Champ is a place to eat and to drink with friends as the sun sets over the city.
Based on authentic Tuscan-style cooking, Cucina by Toscani's serves Italian and Mediterranean food made fresh to order.
Hawker-style Junk Boat offers fresh South-East Asian cuisine including bao and dumplings served with bubble tea and Asian beers.
Kiss the Berry serves up nutritious, organic açaí bowls and smoothies from its parkland location at South Bank.
Little Big House is a lively pub established in a re-vamped heritage-listed house, offering a drinks menu emphasising local QLD produce and food focused on rotisserie chicken, meats and seafood.
Located in the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) building, Lyrebird Restaurant plates up exquisite meals inspired by the best of Queensland and Australian produce.
Pizza + Pasta + Deli. Like most Italians, Mister Paganini is a little bit cheeky and a whole lot of fun and brings simple and delicious Italian fare to South Bank.
Vibrant, fresh and interactive, Mucho Mexicano offers up a communal-style menu of modern Mexican dishes.
Styled as a traditional Bavarian bierhaus, Munich Brauhaus serves dishes such as schnitzel, pork knuckle, pretzel, sausages and other German delicacies.
Tucked away in Brisbane's cultural precinct, South Bank, Next Door Kitchen & Bar combines the fine art of mixing drinks with the fusion of good food and good times.
Giving a nod to the good ol' days, Ol' School is official serving up quality fish 'n' chips to South Brisbane's visitors.
Share the joy of being amongst great company while enjoying Spain's most fun and original cuisine style, tapas.
Offering takeaway and alfresco dining, Paper Fish is a fish and chippery located on Little Stanley Street.
Salt Meats Cheese
An Italian foodie favourite with a curated menu catering to everything from casual breakfasts to afternoon antipasto, an extensive cocktail list and a range of local and imported wines (pictured above).
Discover the fine art of traditional Japanese dining at San Kai Japanese Restaurant
Get the family together for a Thai feast at Siam South Bank
Southbank Beer Garden offers quality pub dining located in the heart of the South Bank Parklands with picturesque views of Streets Beach and the CBD.
Focusing on casual dining, Southbeach Social encourages you to sip, savour, socialise and share. Take in the river views and soak up the endless summer vibe.
The Spaghetti House is an authentic Italian trattoria located at South Bank in sunny Brisbane.
The venue honours the life of James Squire – the infamous, yet charismatic, rogue convict-turned-brewer who inspired the creation of award-winning and flavoursome beers.
Traditional, hearty meals are served with country hospitality at this iconic pub.
A street bar and beer garden with excellent menu options.
Tippler's Tap is a casual, cosy craft beer bar offering a menu inspired by the Chicago street-food scene.
Yellowfin serves the freshest local seafood, everything from prawns to mussels, bugs to lobster.
For fine dining, cafe, cheap eats, dessert and bar options at South Bank head to the 'Eat and drink' page.