Bris­bane by the plate

Food and drink guide to the Aus­tralian city

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Bris­bane’s din­ing scene is in the midst of an almighty upheaval, with a wave of high-den­sity, in­ner-city res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ments seed­ing dozens of new eater­ies.

It means that for a medium-sized city, the Queens­land cap­i­tal’s col­lec­tion of din­ing op­tions punches well above its weight. There’s never been so much choice. Then again, while so many new op­er­a­tors are throw­ing ideas at the wall, not all of them are stick­ing. So where to go af­ter you get off your Air Niugini flight? Here’s a guide the best. DININ G FINE Your go-to spots when you need to im­press a part­ner, whether busi­ness or per­sonal.

Pub­lic is a slick eatery, a favourite among those who en­joy dis­tinc­tive food – think Ken­tucky fried duck, emu tartare or wagyu tataki.

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