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    Default Recommend me a restaurant in brisbane

    Anywhere - doesn't matter which cuisine, or if it's in the city, southbank, Emporium, the valley, new farm etc.. just as long as it's good food!!

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    Caxton pub 241 Tuesday is great !


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    If you like Japanese, you can't beat Sake at eagle st pier though it is expensive. Otherwise I like Pheasant at the barracks, it's a tapas style restaurant and got a nice chilled atmosphere.

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    I second Rita....Sake is fantastic! it's my favourite!

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    Ginga in southbank, Georges seafood paragon in eagle at pier, Taj Mahal in new farm, moti Mahal in Everton park, norman hotel in annerley, mecca bah in the valley.

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    Ribs & rumps at emporium, Fusion in New Farm, George's in the city, Aria if you want high end.

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    Kabuki Teppanyaki at The Stamford Plaza... omg food is to die for. Expensive but so so worth it.

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    Sake at Eagle St Pier is great.

    I LOVE Tartufo's at the Emporium. Surprisingly child friendly too, if needed. I've taken DD there in her pyjamas before, and the owner came out to say that he would make her anything we wanted, off-menu. So welcoming.

    Vespa Pizza at New Farm.

    1889 Enoteca in Woollongabba - awesome Italian.

    Moti Mahal at Everton Park (mentioned by Rose & Aurelia above) is REALLY good, and you would never think it from the outside (small place, on a crossroads, next to a pole fit place).

    Portabella at Albany Creek - modern Australian (also very child friendly).

    Birches at Mt Mee - bit of a drive, but worth it!

    The Lab Bar at The Treasury.

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    I went to Wagaya for my birthday last year.

    It's a Japanese restaurant in the valley! So yummy!! All the ordering is done electronically too ! Was great


 

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