Enjoy These Top Brisbane Restaurants with Annexe Apartments
Queensland’s busiest city doesn’t disappoint when it comes to world-class dining, and with our Fortitude Valley accommodation, you can be a stone’s throw from the leading Brisbane restaurants.
To get you salivating for your city break, here are eight must-visit Brisbane restaurants that you can enjoy during a luxury stay with us at Annexe Apartments.
For exquisite French à la carte in Brisbane, make sure to visit Montrachet. Located on King Street in Bowen Hills, this world-class restaurant is a short 15-minute walk from our Bowen Hills accommodation, where you’re guaranteed a first-rate dining experience from the heart of France that encapsulates all the flavours and cooking techniques.
Focused on classic French dishes made with a modern approach, Montrachet’s à la carte experience is a treat for gastronomes bolstered by first-rate dining service. To be enjoyed in a Parisian interior, Montrachet Brisbane offers a luxury bistro setting fit for group degustation dining and dinner dates, which shouldn’t go amiss with one of its imported French wines.
Situated on East Street in Fortitude Valley, Happy Boy is a worthwhile visit after shopping at Emporium, serving up simple yet full-flavoured Chinese cuisine in a bright and modern restaurant setting.
For Asian cooking in Brisbane, Happy Boy Fortitude Valley is one of the best, offering all your favourite Chinese starters to be followed by sweet seafood and meat dishes and your choice of house-fried rice or noodles. Rounded off by a full drinks menu that includes boutique Australian wines, tap beer and house spirits, Happy Boy makes for a filling stop in the heart of Fortitude Valley.
Ann Street is part of the main food and shopping district in Fortitude Valley, and one of its many restaurants that shouldn’t go ignored is Tartufo Classic Italian. For a true taste of Italy, Tartufo delivers on every front, bringing together the best in regional produce to create rich Italian flavours helmed by seasoned Neapolitan head chef Tony Percuoco.
Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, there’s no excuse not to visit Tartufo if Italian is your preferred cuisine, where you’ll be treated to handmade pizza and pasta with a distinctive taste of Naples. With imported wine and tap beers to complement, Tartufo is the premium Italian experience when in Fortitude Valley.
Sushi Kenzen Fortitude Valley is your go-to restaurant for fresh, healthy, high-quality sushi, putting organic produce and local ingredients at the front of its ethos. Find it on Wickham Street - just a few minutes from Ann Street - where you’ll enjoy a create-your-own sushi experience that’s 100% guilt-free when it comes to health and the environment.
Watch firsthand as your sushi roll or rice bowl is prepared by Sushi Kenzen’s skillful chefs, with various fillings, sauces and toppings for a fully personalised visit. Committed to being eco-friendly, Sushi Kenzen is both a rewarding and filling experience for sushi lovers in Fortitude Valley Brisbane.
On James Street, tuck into traditional Latin-American food at Fogata Fortitude Valley - a modern bar and restaurant for mouthwatering share plates and eye-catching cocktails to enjoy with a vibrant nightly atmosphere.
Ideal for social evening dining and couples with a love for tapas, Fogata Bar and Restaurant delivers on flavour-packed Latin fusion cuisine with a choice of small and large plates made ready to share. An international assortment of tap beer, wine and house cocktails complete the experience, guaranteed to serve the perfect supplement to your handpicked tapas selection.
The Balfour Kitchen
Located on Balfour Street, The Balfour Kitchen is a charming Fortitude Valley restaurant with an open outdoor atmosphere for light breakfast or lunch stops, romantic evening dinners and social drinks surrounded in a relaxed garden setting.
Devised by award-winning head chef Nick Stapleton, the Vietnamese-inspired menu offers piquant oriental cuisine with a French twist, all prepared with local regional ingredients and forward-thinking cooking techniques. A short walk from Brunswick Street Mall, The Balfour Kitchen is a unique culinary experience that shouldn’t be missed by gourmands who also care about atmosphere.
Savour traditional Japanese dumplings at Harajuku Gyoza, which prides itself on carefully prepared gyoza straight from the streets of Tokyo. An authentic izakaya to be found on Queen Street near world-famous Queen Street Mall - just a 10-minute drive from our accommodation near Fortitude Valley - Harajuku Gyoza won’t disappoint with its well-rounded gyoza menu, to go alongside Japanese salad, steamed rice bowls and famous izakaya titbits.
Centred on the full izakaya style, Harajuku Gyoza is a step into Tokyo topped off with a well-stocked bar, with beverage options including Yoyogi craft beers, cocktails and other refreshments you won’t find unless you go to Japan.
Jimmy’s on the Mall
Footsteps from Queen Street Mall, Jimmy’s on the Mall has been a major breakfast, lunch and dinner hotspot in Brisbane for both locals and tourists for over 30 years. Hard to miss on Queen Street with its bright open exterior, this restaurant offers a memorable experience where casual drinks and award-winning cuisine can be enjoyed with a view overlooking Brisbane's most popular shopping precinct.
Jimmy’s on the Mall has a broad menu to match any mood, offering everything from exquisite nibbles and light sandwiches to juicy steaks and well-garnished pizzas, with an equally extensive drinks menu that includes draft beer, imported wine and classic cocktails - a must-visit for al fresco enthusiasts when visiting Queen Street Mall.
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