We take a look at some top spots for your next Asian culinary endeavour in Brisbane
Bird’s Nest Yakitori & Bar (Shop 5, 220 Melbourne Street, South Brisbane)
For Japanese yakitori in Brisbane, Bird’s Nest is up there. They takes a modern approach to this simple but delicious dish with a selection of traditional chicken skewers as well as veggie alternatives. These really go well with some good Japanese beer and rice wine or sake. They have a selection for first timers and experienced foodies alike.
Little Saigon Grill (Ground Floor, 123 Albert Street)
Little Saigon Grill is perfect for a quick, cheap and tasty lunch on any given day. They serve delicious authentic Vietnamese cuisine in a casual, market-style setting. You can get all of the Vietnamese classics here: fresh spring rolls, pho, etc. Definitely worth checking out.
Madame Wu (Riparian Plaza, 71 Eagle Street)
This trendy spot serves modern Asian-fusion cuisine. Everything about Madame Wu, from the venue to the menu, has been carefully crafted to create a unique experience. The relaxed space even has the bonus of a great water view. They also have an extensive wine and cocktail list that they have crafted to pair with the flavours of the food.
Sake Restaurant (Level 1, 45 Eagle Street, Eagle Street Pier)
If you’re an avid Japanese cuisine enthusiast, Sake Restaurant on Eagle Street Pier is a must-try. The food known for being as visually stunning as it is delicious – all down to the attention to detail that Executive Chef Perry Fuller puts into his carefully crafted plates. True to Sake Restaurant’s namesake, their sake collection is also one of its biggest attractions – they’ve even paired it to the food.