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A Culinary Journey around the World in South Bank

 

 South Bank has it's fair share of amazing restaurants. They are, quite frankly, around every corner but centered in Grey Street, Little Stanley Street and around the Convention Center. Experience cuisines, falvours and tastes from all around the world with our handy guide to eating your way through Brisbane's premier cultural hub!

 

Italian – The Spaghetti House Trattoria

 

Born as a staple street food for the poor in the region of Naples in Italy, the humble pizza took the world by storm. Today, pizza, pasta, gelato and other staples of the Italian kitchen are found all over the world and enjoyed by almost every culture. The Spaghetti House Trattoria, located on Grey Street in South Bank has an alluring ambience and serves all of your favourite dishes. Buon appetito!

 

Turkish - Mado

 

Traditionally, Turkish meals are heavily influenced by the region they were created in. For example, regions closest to the sea use fish in many of their meals, while the southeast cuisine uses a lot of kebabs, mezes and dough based desserts such as baklava. Mado Turkish combines all of these influences effortlessly and serves everything from kebabs over moussaka to traditional koftes. If you like, you can even finish your meal with a traditional hookah otherwise known as sisha.

 

French – Aquitaine

 

Located on the shores of the Brisbane river overlooking Brisbane’s colourful skyline, you can enjoy carefully curated dishes that incorporate elements of traditional French cuisine. Aquitaine’s cuisine is honest and flavourful, as they believe no dish needs to be overly complicated. You will find classic dishes like duck liver pate, escargots as well as a wide array of seafood on the menu. Sample some or all of the dishes if you opt for their degustation menu! Bon appetite!

 

Middle Eastern and Classic Australian - Spice Central Kitchen & Bar

 

This beautifully designed, open restaurant will take you on a journey of the world’s greatest spice markets. The local, fresh products star in every dish and guarantee for flavourful, extraordinary culinary experiences. Having recently launched a new menu, you will find dishes such as gin cured ocean trout, sesame crusted salmon and Lapsang Soughan Tea infused chicken on the menu (see featured image). All dishes highlight fresh, seasonal produce and are melt-in-your-mouth deliciousness. The restaurant has floor to ceiling windows allowing guests to enjoy the view of nearby Musgrave Park.

 

Swiss – Max Brenner

 

Switzerland is famous for its cheese and chocolate all over the world. Max Brenner makes chocolate fantasies come true. You will find decadent pastries, thick milkshakes and creamy fondues on their menu. Whether you are feeling like white, milk or dark chocolate, Max Brenner has you covered. Watch in awe as chocolate is melted in bathtub size kennels. A crowd favourite on the menu are their chocolate pizzas with a multitude of toppings and their hot chocolates or better known as a hug in a mug.

 

Thai – Siam

 

Thailand was better known as Siam for a long time and many natives still refer to it as Siam. In the country of smiles, every guest is made to feel welcome and at Siam South Bank you will experience authentic Thai cuisine and customs. Siam offers a wide array of contrasting textures, tastes and seasonings, which are an integral part of Thai culture and are incorporated into the food. Siam features classic Thai dishes like Tom Yum, Tom Kah, Kao Soi Gai or Pad Thai.

 

Mexican – Mucho Mexicano

 

From its humble beginnings, Mexican food has taken the world by storm and can be found in almost every country. Mucho Mexicano dishes up traditional Mexican food with a polished twist and caters to all your burrito, taco or enchilada needs. Every Tuesday from 5pm, you can partake in “All you can eat Taco Tuesday” and eat your body weight in tacos. Mucho Mexicano can also accommodate large fiestas, if needed.

   

Spanish - San Churro

 

Churros are deep fried dough pastries, which originated from Spain and Portugal and are typically sprinkled in sugar, served with melted chocolate or Dulce de Leche and eaten for breakfast. They are the namesake and signature dish at San Churro and have taken Australia by storm. Indulge in pastries, chocolate fondues, sundaes and much more and make all your dessert dreams come true!

South Bank is a cultural melting pot and combines some of the best cuisines in the world in just one spot. We recommend basing yourself in South Bank to explore all this deliciousness. See our attractive accommodation packages here and discover the endless Foodie moments waiting for you.

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