Global Flavours of South Bank
Can’t afford even those ridiculously cheap sale airfares? Cure your wanderlust with a wander through South Bank’s very own "eat streets" – Little Stanley Street and Grey Street.
Take your own culinary Contiki Tour stopping off for Italian fare at River Quay’s Popolo, fill up on the amazing Greek flavours of Zeus, say Ole to Spanish tapas and sangria and top it off with French crepes from Gelare.
Street food with table seating – yes please! Snack on Pan-Asian flavours at Junk Boat, down a curry without the hurry at Gandhi, enjoy the French-inspired banh mi at Mrs Luu’s, or fill up on plump little dumplings from Harajuku Gyoza.
South Bank has not one, but two good old English pubs. One of the oldest drinking establishments in Brisbane, the Plough Inn is your quintessential pub and beer garden establishment. From the traditional to a modern take on pub fare, The Charming Squire is a combined gastropub and microbrewery in a modern setting.
The food trend of the moment, wrap your lips around the mammoth burgers at Brooklyn Depot, down a dawg at Manhattan Line or chow on a bowl of creole at Bourbon Street.
But wait, there’s more! South of the border take your pick from Mucho Mexicano, Burrito Bar or Cactus Republic for cervezas, frozen margaritas, tacos, burritos and mucho more!
A little under-represented, but present nonetheless River Quay Fish and Stokehouse Q present the best fresh fare from our local shores. New Zealand Natural Ice Cream rounds out the regional offering with a cone of ice-cream for dessert!