This is the most exciting place in town to eat in – here are our picks of the bunch.
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A woodfired menu and a 1500-bottle wine list are just the start at one of 2020’s most impressive restaurant openings.
While rooftop bar Eleven takes a break, we have this Mexican pop-up. There's ninety seats, a local-produce driven menu and a shedload of tequila, all set to those jaw-dropping views.
Longtime's successor Same Same is one of the restaurant openings of the year.
Brick walls, leather banquettes, house-made pasta and Italian wine.
A gorgeous restaurant and bar at the centre of Brisbane's Middle Eastern moment.
A couple of young guns cooking (and doing the dishes) in a tiny, 10-seat omakase-style fine diner down a pokey laneway.
Refined share plates and mezcal on a classy corner of Brunswick Street.
Prawn, bug and lobster cocktails, oysters served with champagne mignonette, caviar, and platters of up to six different types of shellfish. Plus award-winning Kiwami Wagyu.
Prawn doughnuts with yuzu curd are the kind of creative fare you can expect at this moody, communal Japanese restaurant from the owners of Longtime.
Modern Chinese food and a killer wine list from brothers Cameron and Jordan Votan.
A war-era warehouse transforms into a beautiful 60-seat Italian restaurant.
Widely regarded as one of the country’s best Greek restaurants.
This urban winery boasts a cellar door, a 70-seat restaurant and beautiful 20-seat private dining room.
A wood-fired Valley beauty in James Street's Ada Lane.
The Moubment Group’s best-regarded restaurant delivers innovative Middle Eastern cuisine in a texture-rich dining room.
A single-dish menu makes this restaurant distinct (and then there’s the bathhouse downstairs).
Brisbane’s first pasta laboratory, which aims for complete authenticity in its pasta and sauces.
So much more than your average neighbourhood Italian joint.
Pan-Asian share plates and an impressive drinks list in a moody Valley dining room.
Burgers and beers with personality.
Venue two for some of Brisbane’s best yakitori.
Simple burgers, done well.
A lynchpin venue in a more quiet part of the Valley.
Barbara's getting a little bit more crowded with Mexican pop-up Trash Taco finding a permanent home in this Fortitude Valley favourite.
A 220-seat, 24/7 gastropub inside an old drapery, which has a dedicated katsu sando menu.
Accessible luxury in Chinatown.
Vietnamese street food with a modern twist.
Big and juicy home-style Northern Chinese dumplings