Redcliffe Tavern-Barramundi with Roasted Potatoes and Balsamic Glaze
For a pub-like restaurant, the food was high-quality and very delicious–a little surprising to us.
Mexican Tortilla Bowl
Settlers Inn Hotel-Seasame Honey Glazed Ribs with Chips and Salad
Eastbank-Salt and Pepper Calamari
Continuing on my quest for the best margherita pizza…this one wasn’t fantastic. It was good and definitely delicious, but not on my top list.
Prosciutto and Rocket Salad
Bar Bellaccino-Brekkie Roll
With coffee (not pictured), the best flat white in Australia so far!
French Toast with Berries
i-creamy Gelato-9-Scoop Gelato Platter
(top to bottom, left to right) Coconut, Espresso, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Black Sesame, Milo, Thai Tea, Cookies and Cream, White Chocolate Strawberry Cheesecake, Cream Soda
It is also served with a smaller platter of whipped cream, strawberries, and chocolate shavings.
Brown Sugar-Corn Fritters with Bacon and Pesto
One of our favorite CBD finds, Brown Sugar is hidden down a narrow laneway off Little Collins Street. It’s small and cramped, but the food is amazing.
Vanilla Pancakes with Berries
Salmon and Pesto Risotto
Rock, Paper, Scissors-Toast with Salmon and a Rosti
A rosti is like a potato cake, the fancy version of a hash brown.
Toast with Bacon and Avocado
Government House-Australia Day Tea and Scones from the Country Women’s Association
We also got a small bag of the classic ANZAC Biscuits, an oat and golden syrup biscuit.
We found a new brand of tea we love– Bushell’s Blue Label, Australian tea that is really rich and dark.
Ants Bistro-Prawn Toast
In the small, cramped streets of Chinatown, Ants Bistro is an authentic restaurant serving Asian classics. We sat upstairs on a balcony with just a few tables, where we could look out over the rest of the restaurant.
Spicy Beef Hotpot with Glass Noodles
Schezuan Pork and Noodles
Chicken and Vegetables on Crispy Noodles
Crown Chinese New Year Street Festival-Twisty Potato
When you see people walking around with these creations, how can you not get one? It actually tasted good too–just like a huge twisty chip.