Comfort Inn & Suites Robertson Gardens
281 Kessels Road
Brisbane, QL 4111
Phone: (61) 7 38751999
Fax: (61) 7 32741428
281 Kessels Road Nathan, Brisbane, QL, AU, 4111
- Phone: (61) 7 38751999
- Fax: (61) 7 32741428
Located on the busy Logan Road, Southern Spice offers tantalizing South Indian cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere. The décor at Southern Spice is similar to the food, in that it is warm, colorful, but at the same time subtle. The house specialty is Dosas, such as Masala Dosa, a rice and lentil pancake filled with potatoes. Alternatively, a huge banquet filled with South Indian specialties, such as Mysore Chilli Chicken and Vegetable Korma will satisfy both taste buds and stomach.
Michael's Oriental is a multi-award winning restaurant offering popular and classic oriental cuisine at the south Brisbane suburb of Eight Mile Plains. Many tourists and locals have visited these professional surroundings since it opened in 1989. The restaurant is both large and elegant, catering for couples, families, weddings and functions in the 500 seat dining area. Main meals are reasonably priced, and the popular choices include Pumpkin Chicken Curry and Spicy Crispy Seafood.
The unique atmosphere of Figueiredos BYO Restaurant lovers of Indian food from all over Brisbane. The small, but delightful restaurant features soft, romantic lighting and interesting sub-continent artifacts. The owner also performs an odd collection of songs during the evening, with his own distinctive style and superb voice. Whilst the menu is not very large, it does cover a good range of dishes that can be ordered at levels of spiciness to suit all tastes. The fiery Beef Vindaloo is always a popular choice.
A restaurant run by a passionate foodie is bound to be exciting, and Azafran Restaurant, located in a serene suburb of Queensland reaffirms that notion. Deep red walls and dim lighting set the mood. Two small dining rooms and a covered veranda play host to about 45 tables and pose a comfortable, intimate, yet airy setting. Delicious Aussie concoctions, with a twist of French flavors, are created in here by the chefs, who know how to tingle the taste buds. The restaurant is soaking in praise heaped on by well-satisfied patrons.
Despite the very English sounding name, King Arthur's Table offers a rare opportunity to indulge in some uniquely Australian cuisine, such as kangaroo, emu and crocodile. In contrast, the decor is very English, with dark wood walls, tables and chairs, reminiscent of a Tudor household. For the curious traveler, an Aussie sampler of crocodile, kangaroo and emu costs nothing much. Alternatively, for those with a mind for the more traditional, there are plenty of steaks, seafood, salads and poultry for a comparatively cheaper cost.
With almost an array of dishes to select from, it is best to study the menu carefully here to ensure you get exactly what you want. There is seating for over one hundred people on the outside tiled area, and three or more chefs help to keep the customers' hunger satisfied. The dining style is chic, classy that gels with the ambiance. From the appetizers, soups to the desserts, this place is a delight for your taste buds!
Illuminated by its bright neon sign, the Grand Taj Indian Restaurant offers a veritable smorgasbord of Indian cuisine. The dining area is reminiscent of the sub-continent as Indian music and some delightful decoration accompany your meal. With an array of different dishes on the menu, it is a little difficult to pick out any one favorite. A true culinary treat for all food lovers and a home away from home for all Indians!
Most vegetarian restaurants are content just to serve non-meat products, but at Pu Kwong “meat”, in name only, is still on the menu! The decor is very plain, but the food sure does brighten up the room. Pu Kwong Vegetarian Restaurant specializes in making Asian "meat dishes", containing non-animal meat substitutes that taste as close as possible to the real thing. Popular dishes include Sweet and Sour Pork, and the delicious Fillet in Black Pepper Sauce.
Cutting edge design strikes the eye as soon as Belesis Cafe Restaurant comes into sight. Modernism is the obvious influence on the style of decor, with simple tables and chairs throughout and dynamic lighting to induce a very futuristic feel. Dishes are reasonably priced and the menu is bursting with variety, making choice your only concern. The unique Chicken and Caesar Salad-style dish offers a great opportunity to expand your culinary horizons.
The Red Room is a great place where students and locals meet, dance and chat over drinks and tasty meals. The venue can also be hired for corporate events, private parties and similar celebrations.
There are plenty of decent Thai restaurants in Brisbane, but for sheer innovative design, Thai Mali is a front-runner. The decor will either be loathed or loved, as bright purple walls, green chairs and elephant ornaments dominate. The interior is quite large, so takeaway is only for those rushed for time. The menu is naturally Thai based with plenty of seafood, vegetarian and noodle dishes available.
Dining at Pisani's is like eating at a friend's home, with quaint and romantic surrounds. The interior is big enough to be comfortable and small enough to be intimate. The tiled floor, timber tables and chairs, dinner paintings and light-colored walls make for a relaxing evening. The menu is Modern Australian with menu items such as Baked Barramundi , Pork Medallions or Chicken with Garlic Prawns. A bottle shop is conveniently next door so buying wine is easy.