Top new restaurant openings at South Bank
Fancy trying something new? Read on to discover what's new on the menu of top restaurants at South Bank.
Newest addition to Little Stanley Street, Ma Pa Me is a modern take on nostalgic home-cooked meals fusing Indonesian, Thai, Chinese and Japanese influences. Indonesian-born chef Alfan “Alfie” Musthafa was inspired by his grandparents love for cooking and entertaining. Each dish is filled with guilty pleasures along with the best local ingredients. A well-stocked cocktail bar makes this the perfect place for your next date night.
Located within The Charming Squire on Grey Street, Embers restaurant drifts from the ocean to the paddock. Half lobster, pan fried kingfish and lamb dishes are roasted, smoked and grilled by the custom-made wood-fired grill and rotisserie, and complimented by over 100 Australian and new world wines. With desserts like affogato salted caramel ice cream, the menu alone is enough to make your mouth water.
Multi award-winning OTTO brings a vibrant glamour to South Bank’s thriving dining scene. Enjoy absolute riverfront views or admire the colourful interiors at OTTO Ristorante while devouring seasonal menu by Head Chef Will Cowper, inspired by modern Italy and sourced from the finest local ingredients. OTTO Osteria offers a more casual bite to eat while relaxing waterside with a menu inspired by the regions of Northern Italy – chargrilled local bay squid and fried artichokes with hand chopped pesto. Bellissimo!
Vici Italian brings Napoli style woodfired pizzas, pastas and antipasto to Little Stanley Street. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – this casual yet elegant restaurant serves Campos coffee alongside brunch favourites, traditional pizzas, sumptuous pasta dishes and deli staples. Enjoy an authentic Italian dining experience and homestyle cuisine and after dark, cocktails, wine, beer and bar snacks flow.