Foodies, it’s time to stop what you’re doing and hit the Moreton Bay Region to taste the dishes offered by our award-winning foodie hot spots near Brisbane. Indulge on fresh seafood, chow down on a juicy burger or drool over one of the best breakfast dishes this side of the city!
Great catches, generous servings and an affordable price are what put the Moreton Bay Region’s favourite Redcliffe fish and chip shop on the radar. Now dubbed the number one best fish and chips in Brisbane, Yabbey Road is officially on the list of award-winning foodie hot spots!
Using famous English rock band, The Beatles, as a theme, guests can even take an iconic ‘Abbey Road’ inspired photo in front of the shop before indulging on the fresh catch of the day, beautifully salted chips and their homemade mushy peas! Dine-in beside the life-size cutout of John Lennon and relax to the tunes of the era and don't forget to spot the yellow submarine behind the counter (it's not a hard find).
Their menu includes a bunch of gluten-free foods include their chips and batter, homemade tartare, roasted garlic aioli, lemon aioli, tzatziki and curry sauces.
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This Brisbane northside cafe is on a mission to provide quality, fresh baked goods, free of artificial colours, flavours and preservatives – and lucky for them, they’ve got the sixth best eggs benedict breakfast in Brisbane. Hills Bakery Café is a boutique cafe specialising in an award-winning foodie indulgence of eggs benedict. Starting with a brioche bagel topped with two poached eggs, this breakfast food also comes with sautéed spinach, hollandaise sauce and leafy greens, with the choice of ham, bacon or pulled beef. Egg-ceptional!
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Beardy’s Bar & Kitchen are no stranger to great food and top-notch brews having recently won the title of third-best burgers in Brisbane. Dishing up some of the freshest burgers on the Redcliffe Peninsula, with all patties pressed and cooked on site and homemade sauces so good you’ll be wanting to know the secret ingredients, Beardy’s should be on your list of award-winning foodie restaurants near Brisbane.
The menu may be concise, but it’s got all your taste buds covered with 12-hour slow cooked pulled pork burgers, premium beef burgers, even a Tradie Brekkie Burger for those wanting to grab-and-go and drive-thru bacon and egg burgers available Monday to Friday.
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Parmi, parmy, or parma? Does it really matter as long as it's delicious and dubbed the sixth best in Brisbane? Albany Creek Tavern may be a popular eatery known for its steaks, but its take on the classic pub parmi is hugely popular. The Albany Creek Tavern plates up a classic golden-crumbed chicken schnitzel topped with leg ham, Napoli sauce and grilled mozzarella served with chips and garden salad for just $22! Catch the Monday schnitzel night and enjoy a parmi for just $19.
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The Moreton Bay Region's newest foodie awards The Forkies, is asking food lovers to nominate their favourite venues from the region. Nominated businesses have the chance to win more than $20,000 worth of cash and prizes.
So show them some love, nominate them today because they've got your coffee made every morning when you walk in, and don't judge you at 8am on a Sunday.