6 Fantastic Places to Get a Pasta Fix in Brisbane
Although our waistline might get angry, we all love pasta. If you enjoy it as much as I do, here are five hot spots you can check out for an impressive dish. If I’ve missed your favourite place, leave it in the comments!
Head down to Carrara Street for homemade pastas and authentic woodfire pizza at Paninni’s! With the good food and good atmosphere, you will have a good dining experience.
Drop by at 4/28 Carrara St, Mount Gravatt East.
This restaurant in Teneriffe has been featured in many ‘best-of’ lists, and they definitely deserve it. Their Italian fare and impeccable service makes people come back. Try out some duck and tomato ragu with their wide selection of wines in a nice intimate setting.
Drop by at 10 Vernon Terrace, Teneriffe.
A little closer to Holland Park locals, 1889 Enoteca is best known for their hand-made pasta. A great ambience in the place that feels like you’re in Rome, it’s definitely worth a visit and perfect for a date night. Ty their gnocchi and carbonara—it’s a crowd favourite.
Pay them a visit at the Moreton Rubber Building 10-12 Logan Road Woolloongabba.
One of Brisbane’s classics, Tartufo uses the freshest ingredients from local suppliers—the key to a good dish. Taking inspiration from the food in Naples and Tuscany, the place is giving you a piece of Italy in Brisbane. Plus the service is unreal, whether it’s the two of you or you’re in a group.
Visit Tartufo at 1000 Anne Street, Brisbane.
If you’re a huge cheese lover, you need to try out Il Verde. This restaurant on King Street in Fortitude Valley is famous for their cheese wheel pasta which is worth how naughty it is. A more casual setting with friendly service. Satisfy your pasta craving and try out their creamy pesto linguine.
Pop into Il Verde at 2 King St., Bowen Hills.
Salt Meats Cheese
Like the name suggests, this restaurant uses these ingredients in all their dishes—the core elements of Italian cuisine. The ambience of the place, combined with delicious food and wine is perfect for a romantic date. They’ve often got great specials on as well if you’re ever in the area for a nice lunch.
Get some Italian at 3b/63 Skyring Terrace Newstead (and if you’re feeling adventurous, get a concrete from Betty’s Burgers afterwards!
Did I miss any of your favorite pasta places? Let me know in the comments so we can go check it out!