5 of the best Quick Lunches in the CBD
Whether you’re on holiday or just looking for something to liven up your weekday lunchtimes, Brisbane has no shortage of midday hotspots.
Say goodbye to wandering around looking for your food and hello to our guide, which will point you in the direction of 5 of the city’s best, most affordable and delicious spots to grab a bite to eat.
Sage on Ann
Where is it? 140 Ann Street, Brisbane
Why is it special? Dine in, take away or get lunch delivered to your door. This trendy café not only boasts a premium hot menu but an extensive list of sandwiches, featuring all your traditional favourites alongside some gourmet options to treat your tastebuds.
AJ’s Vietnamese Noodle House
Where is it? 70 Charlotte Street, Brisbane
Why is it special? This restaurant is always busy and for good reason. Locals can’t get enough of this very cheap yet delicious menu that offers fresh and plump rice paper rolls, vermicelli salads and house special, the flavour filled spicy beef noodle soup.
Le Bon Choix
Where is it? 379 Queen Street, Brisbane
Why is it special? French heaven is right on your doorstep. Dine in or take away at this bakery with authentic baguette sandwiches, or a croissant packed with all your favourite toppings. Whatever you choose, make sure you follow your lunch with a dessert.
Where is it? 145 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Why is it special? This vegetarian restaurant also caters to vegan dietary needs and promises an impressive array of delicious meals that showcase the best local produce. You will be spoilt for choice all while enjoying your lunch guilt free.
The Victory Hotel
Where is it? 127 Edward Street, Brisbane.
Why is it special? Looking for something a little bit more substantial? You can’t go past a $10 pub feed at one of Brisbane’s most iconic hotels. No time to sit down? Ring ahead and make an order and your mouth watering meal will be waiting for you to pick up.