What's new for food and drink fans at South Bank - Visit Brisbane


What's new for food and drink fans at South Bank

Calling all food and drinks fans! South Bank has welcomed some exciting new dining options recently, here’s what’s on offer.

Happy Pops South Bank

Happy Pops

Noosa’s handcrafted gelato has arrived at South Bank, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Thanks to Chef August Pittkammer and her husband, we can all enjoy the artisanal gelato - and guilt-free! All popsicles are made from natural and preservative-free ingredients, with a handful of vegan options too. Pre-made flavours include Hokey Pokey with Australian honeycomb, Belgian chocolate, fruit pavlova and much more; or you can customise your own creation from a plethora of sweet toppings. Also on offer are gourmet waffles and brownies, both served on a stick, alongside premium soft serve and slushies.

Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers dishes

Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers

Prepare your taste buds for Gnocchi Gnocchi, South Bank’s specialty pasta haven. The Brisbane purveyors of gnocchi opened their Paddington restaurant in 2016, and since its inception have never been short of carb-craving guests. The menu is simple, but they do it well, from traditional bolognese to mushroom truffle; every dish rich in flavour and complete with their famous pillowy gnocchi. The Mediterranean inspired eatery will also be complimenting your dishes with a range of Italian wines and liquors as well as cocktails and beers. And for those on the move, there is a take away window for extra swift collections - so you can mosey on down to River Quay and take advantage of the grassy, alfresco setting. 

For more details about what's on at South Bank, plus the latest news in restaurant openings, events and competitions, sign up to the South Bank Insider's Guide e-newsletter or visit our What's On section.

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