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Brisbane’s Top Restaurants for Waterfront Dining – Foodie Delights by The River

If you are a foodie heading to Brisbane and looking to not only treat your taste buds to the finest in cuisine but also soak up the city’s enchanting ambience then waterfront dining is just the thing. It is quite popular amongst both locals and foreign visitors and the waterfront area is lined with many popular eateries and restaurants where you can savour both the view and the varying flavours. Here are some top picks worth trying out.

1. Customs House
Part of the charm of dining here is the fact that this restaurant occupies a historic building; couple that with a wonderful view of not only the river but Story Bridge too and you get a venue which exudes old world charm. Modern Aussie fare is served here including fresh and truly delectable local seafood and other delicacies perfectly paired with wines.

2. ARIA Brisbane
Owned by Peter Sullivan and Matt Moran who you may recognise as a guest judge from Australia’s Master Chef, ARIA Brisbane features stylish decor and panoramic river vistas. The interiors reflect the city’s modern charm and patrons have the chance of sampling everything from Barramundi to Oyster Blade Wagyu beef along with an extensive list of wines from Australia.

3. Kingsleys Steak & Crabhouse
With its idyllic views of Story Bridge, the Kingsleys Steak & Crabhouse is a popular foodie haunt for those who love seafood and the best of steaks. The 1 kg T-bone steak is worth giving a try as is the chilli mud crab dish. Once again the wine list features regional wines that complement the flavours of these dishes. Such dining venues are easily accessible from Brisbane city hotels near the waterfront. Oaks Casino Towers is one such option you can consider.

4. Watt Restaurant + Bar
As with the other waterfront restaurants, seafood is a speciality here. Overlooking the Brisbane River, the Watt Restaurant + Bar can be found in the vicinity of the Brisbane Powerhouse and has both indoor and outdoor space. The menu features modern Australian fare, while there is also a pre-theatre menu, perfect for that yummy bite before a show.

Nigel Walters is a travel writer, who writes under the pen name, Fritzjames Stephen. His content is based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life.

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