Top five family-friendly Brisbane restaurants

Posted By Leanne On September 4, 2013

After a long day, it's great to tuck into some delicious food. Top five family-friendly Brisbane restaurants

When you're planning your family holiday in Brisbane, sometimes the question of 'where to eat' can be the last thing you think about.

In the chaos of searching for the best hotels in Brisbane, packing all the essentials and planning your itinerary, it's no wonder that some of the smaller details may go unnoticed.

However, finding a great restaurant can be crucial after a long day of sightseeing and activities - nothing kills excitement faster than an empty stomach, after all! It can be hard to judge whether a restaurant will be a hit or miss with your family, which is why you definitely want to be prepared ahead of time.

Don't be left wandering around with no idea of where to grab a bite - read on for our picks of the top five family-friendly restaurants in Brisbane and get your culinary plans sorted before your next family holiday.

The Point Bistro & Bar

Offering up a dazzling array of Turkish food in a stunning location, you can find The Point Bistro & Bar at Shop 15, Little Stanley Street on the South Bank - close to Mantra South Bank Brisbane.

The Point is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, where your family can enjoy great food served by friendly staff, in a vibrant dining atmosphere.

There's even a kids menu on hand to tempt those little tastebuds as well - and for the adults, there's soup of the day, fresh seafood and perfectly cooked meat to enjoy with dishes like their Mooloolaba tiger prawn cutlets with handmade gnocchi, smoked chilli and parsley butter.

"It can be hard to judge whether a restaurant will be a hit or miss with your family, which is why you definitely want to be prepared ahead of time..

Continental Cafe

Located in nearby New Farm at 21 Barker Street, the Continental Cafe has a quirky character all its own, serving up tasty dishes in a friendly atmosphere with a range of culinary influences.

With a wide range of delectable entrees, light meals, main courses and desserts as well as an extensive wine list for the adults, Continental Cafe has a variety of autumn specials to tempt your tastebuds on your Brisbane family holiday.

Fusion 54

With a food philosophy that involves a simple fusion of flavours from 54 countries throughout Asia, Fusion 54 is aptly named, presenting a delicious range of dishes in a fun and vibrant dining atmosphere.

Located at 79 James Street in New Farm, the menu covers snacks and street foods (including tasty salt and pepper squid and crispy prawns), shared meals, delectable desserts and lunch specials.

With vegetarian options on offer as well as plenty for the carnivores, Fusion 54 is a great option for a quick and tasty dinner with all of your Asian cuisine favourites.

Modern Thai

Located at 1498 Logan Road, Modern Thai is ranked in the 12th position in Trip Advisor's list of Brisbane restaurants and packs a flavoursome punch with its wide array of tasty Thai dishes.

Serving up traditional cuisine in a funky and friendly decor, Modern Thai is perfect for families that love their Thai food and want to sample one of the most popular Thai restaurants in Brisbane.

Offering up a broad range of dishes that are sure to please everyone's tastebuds, you can bet on Modern Thai for a filling and delicious dinner option.

Suburban Cafe

Located at 220 Melbourne Street, Suburban Cafe is a relaxed and friendly cafe open for dining both day and night.

Sticking to the basics of great food and service, Suburban Cafe has plenty to tempt your family with, offering a tasty range of breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes.

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