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 and bar establishments recently, here’s a round-up of what’s on offer.

Salt Meats Cheese South Bank

Salt Meats Cheese

Say hello to Salt Meats Cheese, South Bank’s new kid on the block. Just in time for the chillier months, this menu is full to the brim of winter warmers and tasty comfort food. Family-owned and well known for their use of gourmet Italian produce, we promise your margherita will taste straight out of Italy.

Ramen Danbo

Ramen Danbo are the biggest ramen-bar chain in Japan, which means this lot know how to do well- crafted, traditional food. However, you won’t find any take away options here! Ramen Danbo believe their food should be devoured when it’s fresh, straight out of the kitchen. But that’s okay, you won’t want to leave with their authentic range of moreish side dishes and variety of Japanese imported beer.

Piano Bar Emporium Hotels South Bank

The Piano Bar at Emporium Hotels South Bank 

Although the name and stunning art deco interior may seem fancy, this space offers early birds and night owls alike an unpretentious meeting place to grab a light brunch or late-night snack. Of course, you can expect to find an array of barrel-aged spirits, timeless cocktails and a very extensive wine list.

Maeve Wine 

Inspired by the European culture of late-night walk in cafes and bars, Maeve offers guests a heritage space within 1929 classism architecture. Created by three women, based on their love for wine and warm hospitality, it’s the perfect space to meet with friends – share plates or something more substantial at the bar or dining room.

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