Indian-Mexican restaurant IndiMex recently opened at Greenslopes, bringing colour, fun and creative fusion food to the inner-city suburb. Pictures by Erika Myer
Des Alpes has been serving up Swiss cuisine with a twist for twenty-one years on Blackwood Street in Mitchelton.
Blake and Taylor is a charming and creative recycled furniture and homewares store, situated in a historical building of Paddington from the 1890s.
The Flying Nun Café is a quirky and unique eatery situated in the now converted Uniting Church of Samford Village.
Home Store Café in Ashgrove is warm and friendly, welcoming guardians and children, couples and friends with multiple pockets to relax over a good breakfast.
Urbane is a hatted restaurant that redefines the notion of food with inventive combinations that thrill and surprise the taste buds, in an intimate and romantic dining room.
Alchemy is an award-winning restaurant and bar situated on a serene edge of the Brisbane River, with panoramic views of the iconic story bridge complimented by distinctive understated elegance.
Malt Dining in Brisbane lures in diners with a warm and welcoming old world charm in the 1865 Wenley House that was originally Queensland’s first municipal market.
Situated on the bustling crossroads of Browning and Boundary Streets in West End, Little Greek Taverna serves up authentic and fresh Greek cuisine with dishes created from special family owned recipes.
Little Brew is a secret gem in Paddington, with soft fairy lights hanging in the front trees and illuminated mason jars glimmering in the evenings at the far end of Latrobe Terrace.
The distinguished restaurant, ARIA Brisbane, features sophistication and understated elegance with splendid sweeping views over the river and the Story Bridge.
Tucked away on a side street in Paddington is Shouk Café, a modern Middle Eastern eatery serving up stunning meals inspired by the traditional markets of Turkey, Israel, Egypt and more.
Sitting on the outskirts of Brisbane City Centre is Scout Café, a quirky eatery with a dreamland of unicorns, bambi and grizzly bears.
The old Regent Theatre of Brisbane City has been transformed into the beautiful Aromas Café, similar to a Parisian café only indoors.