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

New year, new delicious decisions to make! Discover the newest eateries and restaurant revamps at South Bank.

Tai Tai

Tai Tai

Named after the owners ancestral great, great grandmother, Tai Tai believes in passionate cooking with wellbeing in mind. Tai Tai is an adventure in Asian cuisine, featuring taste sensations (try the salted egg yolk king prawns) using unique cooking techniques that will have you counting down the days until your next visit.

Doughnut Time

Do you know what time it is? Australia’s most loved treats are back and better than ever. Including some brand new vegan varieties, Doughnut Time South Bank has something for everybody! A special edition, weekend only doughnut, Kind-er a Big Deal is a must.

Cork and Chroma pop up

Pick up a paintbrush and pour out a pinot... Cork and Chroma have popped up on Little Stanley Street. With classes titled Drinky Drawy, and family sessions during school holidays, there’s never been a better time to get in touch with your artistic side and spend time behind an easel. The pop-up studio is only at South Bank for a limited time, so don’t delay in booking your workshop!

The Terrace Emporium Hotel South Bank

The Terrace – Emporium Hotel South Bank

The Terrace, Emporium Hotel’s eagerly anticipated rooftop bar opened late last year. With views for days, fluffy bar stools that blend in with the clouds, and an all-day food menu to keep you hydrated and hunger-free, The Terrace has become the place to spend a lazy day this summer. 

Stokebar Q

Balcony dining just got a lot more comfortable, with the new Stokebar Q opening inside the Stokehouse Q building. With increased seating, booths, and a private lounge, Stokebar Q is the destination for summer cocktails and casual dining.

Olé Restaurant

Spanish favourite Olé has a glam new look, and a new menu to match. The refreshed restaurant space showcases a central, open bar area with more table seating for diners on the Grey Street side. A dizzying array of tapas, mains and desserts will keep you smiling all night.


At the Glenelg Street end of Little Stanley Street, there’s a new locale for seafood lovers. Simple but stylish restaurant and a menu abundant with seafood options, including market-fresh lobster and bug platters can now be found at Yellowfin. Perfectly located for pre-show dining, or a relaxed meal overlooking the pretty Parklands.

Banh Mee Time

A cute new Vietnamese eatery has popped up on Grey Street, busting out $7.50 rice paper rolls and crusty baguette banh mi; vermicelli noodle and traditional hot Pho. Rock over to Banh Mee Time for fast and fresh Asian meals with a price tag that won’t break the bank.

Belle Époque – Emporium Hotel South Bank

Located at the entry to the new Emporium South Bank Hotel, swing by Belle Époque for delicate French pastries, gourmet sandwiches and the most divine single-serve desserts this side of Paris.

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