Matt Moran oversees new foodies' guide to Brisbane
YOU don't need us to tell you how Brisbane's dining scene is constantly evolving. It seems every day a new restaurant opens giving us more choices than we could hope to get through.
It can be confusing, so the publication of dish, a comprehensive food and drink guide is welcome.
Dish highlights the CBD's foodie hotspots from fine dining to the best cheap eats.
With many of the restaurants throughout offering competitive prices, it is a good time for seniors on a budget. Of course there is plenty in there for those who like to splurge.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said dish provided an opportunity to experience the city's food footprint and offered food lovers the chance to rediscover the city's restaurants and bars.
"Brisbane CBD has a fantastic restaurant and cafe scene featuring some of Australia's best chefs, delivering a wide range of culinary options,” Cr Quirk said.
"There is always something new to explore and dish will provide a great starting point for your foodie adventure.”
dish will feature award-winning restaurants, breakfast-to-brunch hotspots, coffee hideaways, high tea options, hidden gems and laneway feasts, international delights, quick bites and healthy food options.
Guest editor, celebrity chef Matt Moran, was delighted to be involved with the launch of dish and said the Brisbane's new food and drink guide is packed with the best places to eat and drink in the city.
"The Brisbane City dining scene has definitely shifted up a gear and just keeps on getting better,” Moran said.
"There are more offerings now than ever before, from fine dining to something more casual, espresso nooks to cafes, or pubs to pop-ups.”
dish is available for download at bnecity.com.au/dish or track down a print copy of the guide available at through Brisbane's cafes, hotels, airports, libraries and Visitor Information Centres.