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Asana by Pete Evans

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Published February 14th 2016
Want to try a paleo restaurant?
Photo by Emma Crameri
sweet potato fries

We really enjoyed our meal at Asana. This modern restaurant in Brisbane's C.B.D. has Pete Evans as a consultant chef. It is located on the bottom floor of the Capri by Fraser hotel.

There is an extensive wine, cocktail and beverage list. They serve coffee by Sensory Lab. A couple of people popped in for takeaway coffee while we were there. We ordered mineral water and a Martini.

My dining partner and myself ate our way through beef carpaccio, lamb ribs, barramundi and sweet potato fries. Manu Feildel would be impressed as there was sauce with everything.

It's the ideal place to eat if you are following a paleo diet or avoiding gluten and dairy. The pizza and burgers looked tempting.

Photo by Emma Crameri
chocolate ice block

I finished my meal off with a delicious chocolate rocky road inspired ice block.

The decor is modern with a living green wall and origami sculptures. Ask for a bench seat and book ahead.

The restaurant is open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The bar area is open from 3pm.
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Why? Fresh healthy food with a fancy twist
When: Breakfast: 6.30am – 10.00am weekdays | 6.30am – 10.30am weekends, Lunch: 12.00pm – 3.00pm Dinner: 6.00pm – 10.00pm (last kitchen orders at 9:30pm), Bar: 3pm – late
Phone: 3013 0088
Where: Brisbane CBD
Cost: Moderate
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