If trying new international foods happens to be your favorite part of traveling, Brisbane won’t leave you disappointed. This Australian city is home to countless amazing spots for passionate foodies, and these three are some of the very best.
Eat Street Northshore
Located in Brisbane’s affluent riverside suburb of Hamilton, Eat Street Northshore is heaven on earth for food and craft beer lovers. It’s located on the premises of a former container wharf and it offers a wide range of eateries, lively bars and cafés, and local craft stores.
South Bank Parklands is Brisbane’s most significant cultural precinct, and it offers a little bit of something to everyone. In addition to being home to a wide range of recreational facilities and hosting many events and festivals, it’s one of the city’s major dining precincts and home to its most popular cafés and restaurants.
Howard Smith Wharves
Located just beneath the Story Bridge, this waterside development is one of the best places to sit back, relax, and have some amazing food on the shores of the Brisbane River. It’s home to many chic restaurants and local breweries where you can order everything from comfort foods to local seafood specialties.