It is tempting to limit your ‘things to do in Brisbane’ list to outdoor activities. After all, you’re not the only one who believes that all destinations in Australia are perfect for outdoor activities. While this isn’t entirely a lie, what you may not realize is the option of family friendly restaurants where you can have an exciting time as well. Whether you’re with your spouse or the entire family, Brisbane has some amazing restaurants worth visiting.
The following is a list of six of the best family friendly restaurants in Brisbane.
Zankiki Wood-Fired Pizza Moorooka
Here, you have access to the best of Italian cuisine. Is there a child who doesn’t like eating pizza? If your children are crazy about pizza, and other aspects of the world famous Italian cuisine, you should not hesitate bringing them to this Brisbane establishment. This family friendly eatery has a casual feel to it, which is perfect for putting the family at ease. Some of the dishes you will find here include:
- BBQ Meatlovers
- BBQ Chicken
Que Huong Vietnamese Restaurant Darra
With a massive cavernous space replete with colored lights, tinsel and fake flowers, there does no doubt that the restaurant is the ideal setting for your family eat-out. It attracts a hoard of visitors, especially the Vietnamese. Some tasty Chinese and Vietnamese meals are available at almost rock bottom rates. With $20, members of your entire family will each have eaten to their fill. What you get with $20 is:
- salt and pepper tofu
- crispy skin chicken
- rice paper rolls
- jelly fish salad
- sweet/sour prawn soup
- fried noodles
Sakana Japanese Clayfield
What you get from this family friendly restaurant is the best of Japan. The Japanese food cooked and sold here is designed for those interested in inexpensive meals. All the dishes prepared here are not only fresh, but also of the highest quality. The management allows patrons to mix and match whatever they feel like eating at any given moment. Its sashimi is available as one of the bargain side dishes.
The Hutch Bistro Grange
It’s common to find family friendly restaurants that compromise on quality. Fortunately, this Brisbane restaurant offers you the best of both worlds. For example, it’s child friendly thus great for your entire family. Other than that, its quality matches the best that you might have experienced elsewhere in Brisbane or Australia. Although its configuration is cold, you’re likely to be mesmerized by its breezy laidback style.
Loving Hut Mt. Gravatt
The restaurant is the ideal location for all vegetarians. The Loving Hut is a no frills eatery renowned for its vegan menu. It mostly prepares Pan Asian menu. No additives are involved. The foods are not only fresh, but also plenteous. The menu borrows a lot from the cuisine of the West. It also borrows a bit from South East Asia. Before placing your order, however, it’s a good idea to remind you that you will see plenty of tofu in most of the dishes.
Polish Club Milton
This restaurant will never be a candidate for the best decorated eatery in Brisbane. What it offers, however, is a throwback into the 1970s in the form of vinyl chairs, faux wood tables, and dark swirly carpet. Apart from the interior décor, the exceptionally good customer service gives it an edge over some of the best in this part of the country. The budget priced menu has everything your family needs for a good meal.
How do you make time for your family to actually visit all these wonderful restaurants? Simple. Get people to takeover your household chores. (we suggest starting with hiring someone to do lawn mowing ;-))