As if you couldn’t tell, we really like our food. We’ve always got our ear to the ground, on the hunt for new delicious morsels to shovel into our mouths and satisfy our need for fabulous food.
To give your palate a helping hand this year sniffing out the truly top shelf dishes on your next day trip to the city, we’ve teamed up with Personalised Plates Queensland’s New I ? Plates to bring you the hottest dishes in Brisbane right now!
Check out our picks of the best new dishes in Brisbane. You’ll love them!
Double Double Cheeseburger | Ze Pickle
A firm fave on the burger scene since coming to Brisbane from the GC in 2015, Ze Pickle‘s Double Double burger is a king among men in the burger world. Wrap your smackers around two wagyu beef patties, double jack cheese, double maple bacon and their special zp sauce. Double the feels right now.
“The Consultant” Pizza | Corbett & Claude
The quest for insanely good pizza at normal person prices can stop right here folks; ‘The Consultant’ has arrived. Thinly sliced potato and crispy prosciutto adorn Corbett & Claude’s perfectly crun-chew (yeah, the perfect mix of crunchy and chewy) base. You’re welcome.
Crispy Corn Fritters | BillyKart West End
Start the day right by hooking yourself up with the breakfast of champions; BillyKart West End’s hella delish crispy corn fritters. Served with grilled avocado, heirloom toms and a dash of chilli, this dish will transform your most important meal of the day.
Mooloolaba Kingfish | Spicers The Peak
Though technically not in Brisbane (you’ll find this beauty in Scenic Rim country), you’ll thank us later for the tip-off. Award-winning restaurant, The Peak’s Mooloolaba Kingfish with fermented cauliflower and chilli consommé is as beautiful as it is delicious.
The Smoked Bacon Burger | Buzz Bistro Gasworks
The Smoked Bacon Burger from Buzz Bistro at Gasworks is big, mean, and a hot contender for the best burger pattie in Brisbane. 220g of juicy wagyu beef, American cheddar, radicchio and house made smokey bacon jam make this the burger of all burgers.
Oreo Crusted Unicorn Cream Pie | Chester Street Bakery
Chester Street Bakery‘s mega pie will satisfy your deepest, darkest, dessert urges. White chocolate cream pie with choc whipped cream, an oreo crust and covered in M&M’s, just one bite will be the undoing to all your 2016 fitness goals. It’s totally worth it.
Crème Brûlée | Too Zero Bar Inn Of Indulgence
Kicking it with a killer classic, Too Zero Bar’s Crème Brûlée is the stuff of decadent dreams. With its rich custardy bottom and perfectly crunchy caramel top, sometimes it really does pay to perfect an oldie but a goodie!
Pork Hock Croquettes | Woolly Mammoth
The Valley go-to for a good time, Woolly Mammoth isn’t just famous for its impressive selection of craft brews. Their menu is the perfect match for a frostie, and their pork hock croquettes, served with apple and juniper sauce, artichoke aioli and fennel salad, is next-level bar food.
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