If you’re one of those diners that avoids the plentiful city restaurants because you’ve spent one too many hours driving in circles looking for a carpark, we have some good news for you. No longer do you have to plan a trip to Eagle Street Pier via Translink, or allow time for lengthy cab lines on your dinner date at the Riverside Centre, because Wilson Parking
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Choose your preferred urban foodie adventure here
and you can take advantage of their current offers, which include $10 flat rate parking if you enter after 5pm on a weeknight, $20 weekday lunch parking between 11am-2pm and $10 parking on weekends. So you can definitely afford to stay for dessert.
We say that’s reason enough to tick off every single one of our top 10 dishes that you’ll find in the city’s tastiest precinct!
If you can nab yourself a designated driver, Riverbar’s blackened crispy chicken wings with plenty of chipotle mayo for dipping are the perfect match for a jug of lychee mojitos, but if you do have to drive, their house made seasonal cordials are just as refreshing.
Sake | Popcorn shrimp tempura
Ask any one in town what to eat at Sake and they’ll tell you – you have to have the popcorn shrimp. There’s plenty more incredible (and slightly fancier) dishes on the menu, but this one’s a must have.
Pony Dining | 12 hour braised lamb shoulder
You might just not want to share this tender slow cooked lamb, but if you grab a side of Wagyu fat potatoes and wood fired cauliflower, there’s no way you’ll finish it on your own.
Ok, we definitely suggest a designated driver for this spot – those pork belly baos are just begging to be downed with an ice cold beer.
You could make your own pizza at this famous spot – or you could let the masters do all the work and choose the toppings for you. After all, they really know what they’re doing and this combo of spicy salami, Italian sausage, mozzarella and parmesan proves it!
The season’s lamb dish at Aria is one with a difference – and that difference is lamb bacon. Just as good as the original, it’s paired with roast lamb rack, sweetbreads, peas and buttermilk for a treat yo’self meal you.
Il Centro | Sand crab lasagna
Practically a Brisbane icon, this Italian spot dishes up a tender, cheesy sand crab lasagna that will just about have you asking for seconds.
Sure you could have a steak, but Cha Cha Char’s signature snags are our pick, complete with Wagyu bacon and crushed new potatoes.
Madame Wu | Moreton Bay bug dumplings
They’ll only be one dish of your 17 dish feast at Madame Wu (at least), but they’ll certainly be the one you remember the most. Well, that and the beef cheeks. And the chicken ribs. Ok, all of it.
No matter how much you eat of Navala’s all you can eat Brazilian BBQ, make sure you save room for the grilled cinnamon pineapple. Yes, even if you eat thirds of the garlic rump and fourths of the pork ribs.
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Words by Ranyhyn Akui