Monday, 9 May 2016

Riverside & West End, Brisbane

I was left alone in Brisbane last whole week for the first time as Eric had to be back to Malaysia for personal reasons. I was initially quite worried how I would spend my week alone, what should I do.. where should I go and everything.. BUTTT luckily I met Quin, my course mate which was super willing to spend the most of her time with me and bring me around Brisbane! Good thing, we stayed just a street away from each other (I'm so blessed hahaha XD) So our first 'date' was to Riverside! 

Quin <3

Quin booked this place as she says they served really good food and we could enjoy the night view perfectly from this restaurant. If you dine in from 5.30pm to 6.30pm, you're entitled to half priced for almost every courses. So it's considered quite cheap!

Lucky enough, we were offered with the best seats with this spectacular view of Riverside

oops, caught selfie-ing

Lemon Lime Bitter? Quin suggested that it's a must to try on this beverage when in Oz, its like a mix of fruitzy lemon beverage? it's good though

My first choice of course would be the carbonara (all-time fav) the carbonara was beyond my expectation, too good. 

Calamari as appetizer

Quin's choice: Veal Oskar 

After the scrumptious dinner, we're not done! Quin brought me to The Three Monkeys Cafe located in West End for their tiramisu and teas!

look at the queue, it was already around 9pm at night... 

Simply snapped a picture of the cake display as I was embarrassed to take too many pictures in front of the queue hahaha

$25 cover I got from the street in Dongdaemun, my current favourite cover lol

We only ordered Tiramisu and teas as we were still quite full. Tiramisu is definitely one of the best I've tried!

Thanks to Quin I didn't feel lonely or bored throughout the week! More cafes/restaurant to be blogged in the following posts so stay tuned~

George's Paragon Seafood Restaurant website:

tata for now~