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    Default Fine dining in Brisbane

    My wedding anniversary is coming up and I would love to go a flash dining date.

    Can anyone suggest a beautiful fine dining restaurant in Brisbane??

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    Aria - in the city.

    It's the restaurant owned by Matt Moran.

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    I have been to the following and highly recommend:

    Aria- amazing food and service. Can be a little business like and sometime doesn't feel relaxed.

    Il centro- amazing food and service. This I think feels a little more relaxed than aria.

    Jellyfish- amazing seafood and wonderful service. I went earlier in the evening and it was very relaxed but still 5 star.

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    I like Brett's Wharf. Has been a long time since I've been!

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    Marco Polo at the Casino was very flash we went there before a show, but we wish we had made it a 'thing' on its own, we didn't get to enjoy it properly. There's also a beautiful little cocktail bar for pre/post drinks.

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    Customs House was lovely last time I was there.

    Check out Gourmet Traveller and see what restaurants they recommend. Or UrbanSpoon.

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    I love 1889 Enoteca in Wooloongabba.

    Also Joseph Alexanders - although I think they have had a name change now.

    Euro (next to Urbane) is lovely.

    Customs House too.

    Such a shame we lost Siggis - that was my favourite.

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    Don't know if this is fine dining enough, but a friend hired out E'cco for her wedding and the food was amazing.

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    Salt.. At rosalie!

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    Thanks for all your suggestions. Will be checking them out

    How often do you fine dine? I'm wanting to start going and start exploring around the city. I'm getting bored of the suburbs


 

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