Since when did it become so hard to pick a spot for a meal in Brisbane?! With all the choice on offer your list of places to try seems longer than ever, and there’s not enough time in the day to get though them all! Now, we’re certainly not complaining (the more food the merrier, we say) but to make matters worse we’re here to tell you to add another Brisbane restaurant onto your hit list. #sorrynotsorry
In the heart of Enoggera, Seven Stones Restaurant is becoming quite the local fave, and is championing more than just coffee and cakes. Only eighteen months since it changed hands, Seven Stones has re-emerged as a sleek new spot, stripping their offerings back to basics with a kick-arse menu offering breakfast lunch and dinner.
Seven Stones’ ethos is pretty simple; they swear by sourcing local. And anyone who’s anyone knows that TUL hearts local too. Almost all ingredients at Seven Stones are supplied by local producers in the surrounding areas of SE Queensland, and they make practically everything in-house including all of their condiments, cakes and slices (hello, home made hollandaise!); even their wood-fired pizza bases (To. Die. For.). They love a craft beer too, stocking only Aussie-made brews.
Though Seven Stones are known for their hearty fare come breakfast and lunchtime, it’s their dinner menu that piqued our attention—and for all the right reasons. The focus is clearly on Modern Australian dishes, but there’s a definite skew to the Mediterranean and it’s a welcome change from Brisbane’s recent obsession with all things American.
Our picks are easily the pork belly and the seafood platter to start, with the Italiano pizza and flourless chocolate cake to follow. A girl’s got to eat, right?
What makes Seven Stones so extra darn special is the fact that they also provide delivery! Yep, Tuesday through Saturday, choose off their takeaway menu (which is practically their full menu—nice!) and have it delivered right to your door. Goodbye Dominos!
So if fresh local produce and homemade meals is your thing, we suggest that you add Seven Stones to your list of places to try asap!
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Image Credit: Daniel Maddock, Seven Stones