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I've been to Brisbane a few times but never found the good restaurant areas. Where are they, and can you recommend a few places? Thanks!

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    Would definately recommend Garuva, http://www.garuva.com.au/
    It is hidden tranquility as it says on the website. The food is not the best, but its worth it for the ambiance. You can tell this place is a hit for the fact they have never advertised and there is no signage, though it is always booked.
    When you find the entrance you walk through a mini rainforest and when you open the big old door you will see that every table is seperated by sheer curtains. Be sure to wear clean socks though, you need to take your shoes off and sit on low lounge cusions!. Also there is a lovely little bar at the back that offers delicious cocktails!, recommend going during the week, as Friday and Sat the romance is lost a bit with all the people...

    Another place I would recommend is Yakiniku www.yakiniku.com.au
    This place is in the Valley, near China Town and offers a Japanese BBQ Experience. You have a grill in the middle of the table and you can cook yourself everything they bring out, lots of different things to chose from!xx almost 12 years ago

    Answered by Courtney Simpson via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Pier one and Cha cha cha.

    You cannot go wrong. You're going to pay a bit but what the hell, you only live once!!!

    Otherwise listen to what Courtney says. Mushi mushi Courts xxx almost 12 years ago

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    Mmmm Garuva is grooooovy and very mushi mushi for all you romatics!, Jules you never took me to Pier one or Chachacha, who else were you wining and dining? almost 12 years ago

    Answered by Courtney Simpson via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Jellyfish is getting a fair bit of support too almost 12 years ago

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    try the valley or new farm.

    * ecco between valley and cbd
    * garuva as recommended above is a very romantic and cosy place but the food is nothing to brag about
    * Yakiniku on ann st. in the valley. japanese
    * sitar is a great indian restaurant on james st. in the valley
    * heaps of good cheap chinese, vietnamese, thai places in chinatown
    * isis, brunswick st. valley almost 12 years ago

    Answered by Espen Antonsen via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    jellyfish, sono, skai, urbane, euro bar, almost 9 years ago

    Answered by k-dawg bring' in da monaaay via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    South bank has some very nice new restaurants on the river. I was there last week but can't remember the name of the place we ate at. Very nice view and atmosphere. It was at the far end of south bank - not the side with the museum, the other end. almost 9 years ago

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    I tried Indian food in many restaurants in Brisbane and really some are very good. I am mentioning names of some restaurants you can try them...
    Karma Indian restaurant - http://www.karmaindianrestaurant.com.au/
    Indian taste buds - http://indiantastebuds.com.au/
    Raja Indian Restaurant - http://www.rajaindian.com/
    I like outdoor dine-in the most... over 7 years ago

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    Try the Himalayan Cafe in New Farm. Awesome food and friendly service.
    http://www.urbanspoon.com/r/337/1360542/restaurant/Brisbane/Himalayan-Cafe-New-Farm over 7 years ago

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