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Top Asian restaurants in Brisbane City

The City is home to a plethora of Asian cuisine throughout its streets and arcades ... From dumping and teppanyaki connoisseurs, to Vietnamese, Korean, and Chinese eateries, The City has it all.

ChineseChina City, Queen St
China City is a favourite amongst Brisbane locals that serves up some of Brisbane's best traditional Yum Cha every day, plus a great seafood a la carte Chinese dinner menu. It's super handy too, right in the heart of the Queen Street Mall.

DumplingsSteamed, Turbot St
This new dumpling bar has just popped up on Turbot Street. The dumplings are patiently stuffed and hundreds of dumplings are pleated in the steamy kitchen out back. They come in three types; 'Harbin', pork and chive; `Lovabull', beef with various spices that "lack English names"; a vegetarian version called 'Zen' named after the owner Kevin's mother, a zen buddhist, as well as 'Pork Clouds'- wonderfully light and fluffy pork buns.

Japanese - Sake, Eagle St Pier
Saké serves up contemporary Japanese fare created by sushi master Shaun Presland, who draws on authentic Japanese training to present an outstanding mix of new-style sushi and classic dishes. Japanese culture is all about precision, organisation and respect. This is certainly true of the food produced at renowned restaurant Sake where each dish is sculpted into a tiny work of art – intricately perfect in its display and taste.

KoreanMadtongsan II, Elizabeth St
Rumoured as Brisbane's best Korean, Madtongsan II is the big sister to the smaller Madtongsan; a long-standing favourite in the Elizabeth Arcade. Enjoy one of their famous soups, stirfrys or hot pots with complimentary sides of kimchi, sweet potato and pasta salad.

Rice Paper Rolls - NamNam, Adelaide St
Recently opened on Adelaide St, NamNam serves delicious Vietnamese rice paper rolls packed with flavour and crunch. Serving delicious options like Peking Duck, Prawn and Pork, Avocado, Coconut Chicken and Beef, plus your choice of delicious traditional sauces. Not only are they tasty, these rice paper rolls are fresh and healthy for you to enjoy.

AsianPeony Asian Fusion, Albert St
This fusion restaurant gained instant recognition for its unique take on modern Asian cuisine. Equal parts sushi bar, yum cha house and street food vendor, Peony offers something for everyone. If the mood strikes you, you can indulge in some delicate sashimi, comforting yum cha, fragrant pad thai or warming pho all in the one meal.

Vietnamese - AJ Vietnamese Noodle House, Charlotte St
AJ Vietnamese Noodle House offers excellent, cheap and authentic Vietnamese delights. This casual eatery pleases with its plethora of noodle options, from vermicelli to handmade and everything in between. The menu boasts hearty and refreshing broths, such as pho, and handmade noodles served with spicy accompaniments such as stir-fried pork and beef.

Ramen - Taro's Ramen Cafe, Adelaide St
Taro's philosophy is to deliver the safest and the most delicious bowl of ramen ever to Australia. That's a big call but they do deliver. Taro trusts his sense and taste more than anything when it comes to selecting ingredients. And the ramens contain no MSG or preservatives and only the best natural ingredients are selected.  

Teppanyaki - Kabuki, Stamford Plaza Hotel
"Teppanyaki" is a style of cooking in which the chef prepares prime cuts of beef, chicken and seafood together with fresh seasonable vegetables in front you and cooks by grilling on a large steel hotplate. Located in the Stamford Plaza, Kabuki’s master chefs will amaze you with their skill as they slice, dice, juggle, and entertain you. Bring along a group of friends for a unique culinary and cultural experience you won’t forget. Just watch out for the flying food!

Posted (17-Oct-2012)

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