Quality Inn Airport Heritage
620 Kingsford Smith Drive
Brisbane, QL 4007
Phone: (61) 7 32685899
Fax: (61) 7 32681584
Chez Laila Cafe is Lebanese-style dining overlooking mangroves and the curvaceous Brisbane River. The décor outside is simple, but it is the view and vibrant atmosphere that draws in the crowds. The wooden interior is elegant and sheltered from the hoards of passing tourists. The food is very well priced with the most expensive meal the Pacific Dory Kebab. For the budget conscious, the focaccias are hard to resist.
Built in 1865, Hamilton Hotel offers a peppy atmosphere where one can relax and unwind with family and friends. It features bistros and restaurants, nightclubs and sports bars with TAB facilities, two spacious function rooms and an indoor entertainment area for children. Providing live entertainment and sumptuous food, Hamilton Hotel is a great venue to party and enjoy.
Located in one of the most popular shopping and dining districts of Brisbane, Baguette offers a stylish yet casual atmosphere. The décor is quite subtle, with lightly colored walls and wooden table and chairs. The atmosphere is both comfortable and contemporary for the business clientele or couples. Baguette also caters for larger groups from 30 to 100 people. The cuisine is generally Australian, with delightful and hearty dishes like Lemon Marinated Rabbit Loin and Char Grilled Sirloin.
One of the best restaurants in the city, Oxford 152 provides you with entertainment for the evening and also makes sure you go home a well-fed fan. They have regular offers like the $10.00 off Steaks Tuesdays, or a web offer that gives you 30% Off Any Main Meal. They also have a number of live performances like the Mother of all Sundays event that allows you special offers on drinks to go with the live music from 3 pm onwards, or the Hahn Super Dry & Red Rock Chips, which gives you a free pack of Red Rock Deli chips on a purchase of a schooner of Hahn Super Dry. Thursdays also features a soloist who is your musician for the night or if you're in the mood for something more upbeat try Fridays and Saturdays when the resident DJ kicks in at 9pm. The venue also has a bottle-shop drive-through and the facility to entertain private events such as weddings and other functions. Do visit the site or call to know of the other offers available.
Established more than a century ago, the décor at the Breakfast Creek Hotel may not be turn-of-the-millennium, but the quaint Spanish feel is sufficient to supplement the mouth-watering menu. The outdoor eating area is dimly illuminated and many a candlelit dinner takes place at the popular steakhouse. Widely acknowledged as the best place for steaks in Brisbane, the Breakfast Creek Hotel serves up the juiciest, most tantalizing food, clubbed with chilled beer in their beer garden just the way it's supposed to be. Check website for upcoming events and venue hire details.
A smart pizzeria, cafe and wine bar, Beccofino serves authentic Italian food. Special care is taken to make that perfect serving of pieces with Italian favorites dressed with mozzarella and oregano. The interiors are very bright with orange chairs and you will find the restaurant very busy with the aroma of freshly prepared wood fired pizza all around.
Recognized all over the world, Albion Comedy Club & Restaurant is the most visited comedy club to dine at. Tuesday through Saturday the club has shows featuring five or six acts like Adam Vincent, Big Brother Little Brother, Fiona McGary and other international as well as Australian artists and acts. The club hosts regular events and shows, so for details about the acts as well as ticketing details, do check the website and contact them.
Baalbek Lebanese Cuisine is located at the popular Morningside Central Shopping Centre, and makes for a great place to appease your appetite after you're done shopping. Offering authentic Lebanese cuisine, the quality of its food rests on fresh ingredients and traditional flavors. You can find almost all the standard favorites here, including the patent bread cooked on a burning hot dome-like skillet. Call for details.
Whilst hidden somewhat in the quieter end of Fortitude Valley, the Waterloo Hotel is a hidden gem that should not be missed. A massive live music area is its crowning glory, with a capacity of around 500 people and an impressive stage set-up. Regular local acts share the stage with national and international favorites, along with music events, such as the annual Blues Festival. The main bar area is in the round and very impressive with its modern decor and impressive collection of beverages.
Complete with the look and feel of a French bistro, Belle Époque Patisserie serves traditional French cuisine with an impressive selection of wines. The restaurant also offers traditional breads, pastries and a selection of tarts to choose from. The cafe will give you an experience of a Parisian sidewalk establishment. You can wine, dine and enjoy yourself, as the prices at this place are economical. Check website for exact dining hours.
Wagamama has its restaurants in many states and cities - UK, Dubai, Belgium, Amsterdam, Ireland and here, in Australia. A renowned name, the cuisine here is pan Asian. The menu of this noodle restaurant includes different kinds of Juices, Gyoza, Soups, Rice and of course, Noodles. Wagamama is a perfect hang out, especially when out with your family.
Established in 1995, the Purple Olive is an award winning cafe and restaurant with a Mediterranean flavor. The décor is modern and spacious, with excellent artworks lining the walls. Being located near the Queens Arms Hotel and Village Twin movie cinema ensures a busy, vibrant atmosphere for the trendy crowd who attends. There is a large variety of Mediterranean food to choose from, however for lunch, the pizza, pasta and salads deals are hard to ignore. The open times vary, please call ahead.