7 best places for a birthday dinner in Brisbane
"This is also a great place to take vegetarian or vegan friends, where they can choose from alternatives like fire roasted veggies, black beans or avocado lime salsa."
The luscious new outdoor dining precinct at Westfield Chermside offers an enticing list of birthday-ready venues. The only question being, how in the world do you choose between them? Here are some tips on where to go for a private/carefree/large/small/blokey/healthy birthday dinner in Brisbane.
Casa Cibo is the newest edition to the Westfield Chermside dining family, and an exciting one at that. This restaurant boasts two stories and three private dining rooms perfect for intimate birthday dinners. Have a look at their mouth-watering functions menu for groups here. It’ll have you dreaming about handmade pasta and 36-hour lamb ragu all night long.
If you’re an advocate of sharing food and you’re looking for a fun night out, Hermosa is the place for you. This Spanish restaurant serves up delicious tapas, paellas to share and enormous jugs of sangria. Make sure you book a table though, Hermosa gets busy on Friday and Saturday nights!
For smaller groups, Kamikaze Teppanyaki provides endless amounts of birthday fun. Book out an entire table and you’ll have your own personal chef chopping and searing fresh seafood and premium meats right in front of you. Check out what the Head Chef of Kamikaze Teppanyaki recommends you order here.
A Sunnybank favourite that’s migrated to North Brisbane, Landmark Yum Cha is best described as a Chinese banquet galore. With a mixture of authentic, adventurous delicacies, and universal favourites like Chinese fried rice and dim sims, Landmark has something for everyone. The Landmark team is well-versed in catering for large groups and special functions, so your birthday will be in good hands.
Celebrating your birthday with a lads night out? The Sporting Globe should be at the top of your list. They’ve got over 50 HD screens showing the biggest sporting events from around the world, and a killer menu of beers and American-style eats. How does a 1kg meat board of wings, ribs and fries sound?