Multi-cultural Brisbane is filled with restaurants and food courts serving food from all around the world. When you've had your fill of the bountiful Chinese and Italian restaurants, try these less common cuisines.
Experience traditional Middle Eastern hospitality at the Persian Restaurant (Shop 5 Harries Road, Coorparoo). Open for lunch and dinner, this venue offers authentic Persian meals and drinks as well as coffee fortune telling (available by appointment only).
La Kasbah (669 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba) serves a cuisine known as Maghreb, which is found in the northern African nations of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia and is influenced by Arabic and European styles of cooking. Order a meal or a banquet.
With restaurants in Kenmore, Bulimba, Graceville, Toowong and Rosalie, the Ceylon Inn is a popular curry house where patrons can sample Sri Lankan delights like pakoras (onion fritters deep fried in chick pea batter) and watalappan (a dessert made with eggs, coconut cream, cashews and palm tree treacle).