South Bank Restaurants Open
Work continues to restore South Bank Parklands following the recent extreme weather conditions experienced in Queensland. Our thoughts go out to all those impacted by flooding and their tough journey to recovery.
Some local businesses have been able to reopen their doors, please find following a list of the restaurants currently open at South Bank.
Ma Pa Me Dish
Authentic Turkish food located on Little Stanley Street.
Traditional French cuisine from fresh, local ingredients at River Quay.
Modern Lebanese cuisine including freshly-made saj flatbreads on Little Stanley Street.
Affordable and popular Vietnamese dishes including banh mi, noodle salads, rice paper rolls, and pho.
Bar, bottle shop and Carribean inspired dishes served in a breezeway on Little Stanley Street.
Creole-inspired recipes served up on Grey Street.
Burger, Brooklyn Depot
Handcrafted burgers, hot dogs, salads and desserts.
Bar and microbrewery serving bar snacks including pizza, burgers and steak on Grey Street, across from QPAC.
Healthy, superfood boosted eats and drinks such as acai bowls and smoothies on Grey Street.
Cafe on Little Stanley Street for coffee, breakfast, lunch or a light evening meal.
Located in The Charming Squire, offering a menu centred around the custom-made wood-fired grill and rotisserie.
Café serving coffee, breakfast and snacks in a breezeway between Little Stanley and Grey Streets.
Beef, chicken, vegetarian and vegan options burgers served with fries on Little Stanley Street.
Traditional Italian fresh hand-made gnocchi.
Located in the middle of Stanley Street Plaza, find an assortment of old-fashioned sweets, to the latest sugary treats on the market.
Happy Pop, Happy Pops
Handcrafted artisanal gelato on a stick made fresh daily in store in Stanley Street Plaza.
Dine in on Grey Street for Japanese dumplings, side dishes, bowls and Japanese craft beer on tap.
Serving a range of drinks, bar snacks and traditional pub food.
Deluxe, handmade soft serves blended with fresh fruit, with cereal and biscuit toppings on the corner of Little Stanley and Tribune Streets.
A variety of Indian and Persian speciality dishes feature.
A great spot on Grey Street for coffee, serving breakfast, lunch and quick bites to eat.
Bar and bottle shop focused on unique, sustainable and craft beverages.
Tucked away on Little Stanley Street, Ma Pa Me offers a modern twist on dishes influenced by traditional Asian home cooking.
Dessert destination offering all things chocolate in Stanley Street Plaza.
Modern Mexican dishes served on Little Stanley Street.
Gluten-free, ‘baked not fried’ donuts, baked treats, coffee, shakes and eats located on the ground floor of the ABC building.
Ole, Sangria and Paella
Located on Little Stanley Street, Spanish share plates and tapas.
Cuisine inspired by regions of Italy and Australian ingredients at River Quay.
Traditional, hearty pub meals and drinks served at an historic Queensland pub in Stanley Street Plaza.
Formerly Next Door Kitchen and Bar now under new ownership, serving a new food and drink menu.
A selection of seafood dishes to dine in or takeaway at River Quay.
Historic gastro pub with an outdoor beer garden at the end of the Goodwill Bridge by South Bank arbour.
At the corner of Tribune and Grey Street serving up Lebanese breakfast and coffee.
Quality pub dining overlooking Streets Beach at the top of Stanley Street Plaza.
Casual and relaxed modern dining including Asian fusion dishes, burgers and small plates.
Poké bowl at Suki
Specialty poké bowl restaurant on Grey Street.
Honouring Chinese and south-east Asian cuisines at the Melbourne Street end of Grey Street.
Modern Australian cuisine focusing on local produce and quality ingredients at River Quay.
Casual, cosy craft beer bar and cider on Grey Street as well as a menu inspired by the Chicago street-food scene.
Modern Italian eats including fresh wood-fire pizzas and house made pasta on Little Stanley Street.
Authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
Serving traditional souvlas, Greek-style salads, dips, sides, and dessert.
Please note that several areas of South Bank Parklands are currently closed to the public, for the latest update please visit our Health and Safety page.
Thank you for your support of local business!