With more Brisbane Restaurant, our guide continues with places to eat in the suburbs of Milton, Paddington, and St. Lucia.
These suburbs are upriver of the Central Business District otherwise known as the CBD.
They somewhat quieter than the city downtown and its neighboring areas of South Bank and The Vallley.
This area is located in the general area of the University of Queensland.
So if you are studying there, or staying in that area to visit anyone who is, you might like to also discover eating places that are close by.
La Dolce Vita is hard to miss! One trip down Park Rd and you will instantly notice La Dolce Vita. However don't let the replica Eiffel Tower or Venus de Milo or flashing Christmas lights put you off. You need to visit this restaurant.
The service at La Dolce Vita is fantastic with each member of the staff friendlier than the next.
The food is Italian inspired and I found it quite delicious every time.
Make sure you leave room for dessert as I've tried every one and can tell you they are each fantastic.
Head up to Caxton St where you will find a variety of restaurants as well as quirky shops to look around. If you're going to a game at Suncorp Stadium or looking for a great place to go out for the weekend then Caxton St is your best stop.
Pandemonium is a busy bustling restaurant that delights in service, decor and menu.
From the moment you walk in the door you will feel embraced in the happy, quirky atmosphere.
From the menu have a look at the all day breakfast, especially the French Toast, and the burger section.
With a wide variety, and many unique, burgers to choose from you can spend all day just trying to decide.
To add to your meal try one of the smoothies or old fashioned spiders.
A Salt and Battery is one of the best fish and chip places in this suburb Although there aren't many restaurants in this area the name alone makes its memorable, as its very clever.
While many of its clientele are students from the local university, there are plenty of people who travel across the city for the fish and chips at A Salt and Battery.
They serve fresh seafood from around Australia as well as healthier options for those looking to steer clear of fattening batter.
The line up is usually curled around the store, but don't let that put you off. Once you get your food the wait will have been worth it.