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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Toowong has some of the best dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best venues in Toowong via location, cuisine or features.
85 Miskin St
Brisbane's newest contemporary, earthy restaurant at 85 Miskin Street, Toowong. Located at 85 Miskin St in Toowong, we have successfully refurbished an intimate two-storey suburban building that has housed multiple successful restaurants over three decades. Our cuisine embraces flavours from all over the world and incorporates ingredients from our own garden, such as native stingless bee honey and robust herbs. Our menu is designed for you to decide how you would like to eat; you could choose to share dishes with the whole table, perhaps explore a self-constructed degustation or enjoy something to start with, followed by more substantial dishes, desserts and cheeses. We bring the freshest ingredients to the table for you to enjoy with friends, family and work colleagues.
Two Small Rooms
Through the nineties Two Small Rooms earned the reputation as Brisbane's best BYO restaurant and now with David Pugh as Head Chef the awards keep coming. In 1998 the famous British chef Rick Stein dined at Two Small Rooms and found the Mud Crab Omelette so good that he included it in his TV program. Here is what he had to say 'There is a little restaurant in Brisbane on Milton Road called Two Small Rooms, and that's all it is two small rooms, but boy can they cook in there'. In the year 2000 Michael and David moved in to the city and started Restaurant 2 and in 2003 the two small rooms was sold to long serving restaurant manager Peter Willumsen and head chef Marrhew Whitton. The restaurant went thru a very much needed face lift and the premises became licensed. The addition of a very selected wine list and a carefully stocked bar has made it even more exciting to dine here. The menu changes every month and though some dishes stay in place all produce is selected according to season and availability. Two Small Rooms has stood the test of time, 16 years is a long time in this industry, and though the restaurant has changed over the years it is still a damn good place to feed.