South Bank's best eateries

Some things in life are a sure bet – the sun will rise each day, a good coffee will get you through just about anything, and South Bank is THE place to eat out. Make sure you check out these must-try venues on your next visit.

Mister Paganini Pizza
Mister Paganini
You can’t go wrong with Italian and Mister Paganini delivers in spades with pizza, pasta and a range of traditional mains (think fish or lamb) available. If you’re visiting on a Tuesday after 5pm, you can also enjoy their $25 unlimited pizza special.

Zeus Street Greek
Cheap, flavoursome and cheerful is where it’s at! Zeus specialises in all of the above with their traditional Greek yiros menu. All yiros are under $15 and can be accompanied by a range of sides, salads and breads to round out the meal. 

Brooklyn Depot

For a heavenly slice of the USA without the pricey airfare, head to Brooklyn Depot. Their meals are exactly what you want from an American-inspired eatery – there’s burgers, wings, hot dogs, fries and more.

People enjoy dinner at Stokehouse Q in South Bank
Stokehouse Q
Perched pride-of-place along the water’s edge at River Quay, Stokehouse Q is often regarded as one of the best dining experiences in Brisbane. Originally located in Melbourne only, they’ve embraced Queensland’s warmer climate with a spate of seasonal menu items to suit.

Aquitaine Brasserie
Another River Quay stalwart, Aquitaine serves up incredible food with a French twist. And like all of their neighbouring restaurants, the waterfront view is second to none. 

Junk
We’re going to put it out there – Junk’s bao are among the best in Brisbane! They come with a variety of fillings to suit all tastes, while other must-try menu items include salads, stir-fries, rice dishes and spring rolls to name a few.

Suki
Suki
One of the freshest concepts on the Brisbane dining scene, Suki on Grey Street serves up poke bowls (a traditional Hawaiian menu item) packed with fish, chicken, salad, rice and quinoa. Don’t like meat or fish? That’s ok, you can tailor your bowl to suit your tastes.

Mucho Mexicano

It’s impossible not to love the happy, summery vibe of Mucho Mexicano, a bustling eatery on Little Stanley Street. As the name suggests, they’re your go-to location for sangria, nachos, tacos and other Mexican treats.

Viet de Lites
Don’t let the simple décor fool you – the food at this unassuming Vietnamese restaurant packs a flavour punch! If you’re dining with a group, make sure you take advantage of the banquet offer, 
which starts at just $35 per person.

Nitrogenie
One of the perks of living in Queensland is that it’s ice-cream weather all year round! Celebrate our great state with a cup of deliciousness from Nitrogenie, who make their ice-cream fresh to-order using liquid nitrogen.

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