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Treat Your Tastebuds to the Best Restaurants in Everton Park

Explore the suburb’s best new foodie hotspots. These are the best restaurants in Everton Park for a delicious dining experience.

Comuna Cantina (Photo credit: @comunacantina/Instagram)
Comuna Cantina (Photo credit: @comunacantina/Instagram)

If you don’t feel like cooking dinner or trekking into the inner suburbs for a delicious meal, never fear. Everton Park has taken a little moment for a glow-up, with the Park Lane dining district popping up in recent years and some truly delicious restaurants moving in to call the Everton Plaza home. There’s a venue for every occasion, from rooftop bars for girl's nights to moody restaurants for date night with your main squeeze.

We’ve wandered around and sampled some share plates in order to wrap up our favourite Everton Park restaurants, from the Plaza and beyond!

Neon Ramen
Neon Ramen

Neon Ramen

You’ll find Everton Park’s most colourful restaurant tucked away upstairs in the bustling complex on South Pine Road, and it’s the perfect place to head for a delicious Japanese feast! This unique dining destination is entirely plant-based and crafted from high-quality, local ingredients. Dine under neon lights and cherry blossoms as you devour ramen bowls and traditional Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. You can even make your own ramen or stir-fry dishes to concoct your perfect meal at Neon Ramen the next time you're hunting down the best feast in Everton Park.

471 South Pine Road, Everton Park

Bird's Nest
Bird's Nest

Bird's Nest

Bird’s Nest was born from founders Marie & Emi’s desire to share their love of Japanese cuisine with foodies across Brisbane. With a hospitality background, they set their minds to upskilling and travelled to Japan to receive traditional training from expert yakitori chefs. Honouring the importance of fresh and local ingredients in these dishes, the ingredients at Bird’s Nest are all delivered fresh and prepared on-site each day. They also employ an ethos of ‘Japanese for everyone’, meaning there’s flexibility with dietary requirements along with a wide variety of dishes on the menu.

Shop 8/9b/791 Stafford Road, Everton Park

Nodo Donuts
Nodo Donuts

Nodo Donuts

Everyone’s favourite donut shop has just opened in Everton Park! Founder Kate Williams has brought her beloved baked donuts and entirely gluten-free venue to its ninth location in just nine years, an incredible feat, and a testament to the popularity of this cafe. Nodo injects some much-needed fun back into eating ‘healthy’ and most certainly into eating gluten-free! The next time you’re hunting down a delicious breakfast, lunch or brunch in Everton Park, be sure to pop by the Plaza and visit the newest Nodo cafe.

791 Stafford Road, Everton Park

Mai Gai (Photo credit: Markus Ravik)
Mai Gai (Photo credit: Markus Ravik)

Mai Gai

Transport your tastebuds to Bangkok and beyond at Mai Gai, with their eclectic mix of Southeast Asian plates and cocktails that will inspire your palate. This ambient and moody hidden gem is tucked within the Park Lane dining precinct and is a must-try for local Brisbane foodies.

791 Stafford Road, Everton Park

Tetto Rooftop (Photo credit: Markus Ravik)
Tetto Rooftop (Photo credit: Markus Ravik)

Tetto Rooftop

This gorgeous rooftop bar in Everton Park takes inspiration from the resort towns of the Italian Riviera, so it makes the perfect escape from the daily grind. Pouring gorgeous and summery-bright cocktails to sip along with more-ish comfort food, we can definitely see ourselves becoming regulars at Tetto Rooftop in no time.

1/807 Stafford Road, Everton Park

Kab Kao Thai
Kab Kao Thai

Kab Kao Thai

Wholesome vibes alert - Kab Kao Thai is an authentic Thai restaurant born from a family’s dream to start their very own restaurant! Dishing up zesty, flavourful meals to their local community is what brings joy to the Kab Kao Thai team, and it will bring joy to your tastebuds when you sample their menu of warming soups, curries, fresh stir-fries and moreish entrees.

Shop 5/554 South Pine Road, Everton Park

Corbett & Claude
Corbett & Claude

Corbett & Claude

Corbett & Claude’s signature dining experience of elevated pub food (think pastas, pizzas, salads and deliciously carb-loaded bites) paired with some of Brisbane’s most fun cocktails makes this Everton Park restaurant a must-try. The casual dining style makes it the perfect meeting place for almost any occasion, whilst the indulgent dishes and drinks makes for a mouthwatering feast.

1/807 Stafford Road, Everton Park

Seoulful Chicken
Seoulful Chicken

Seoulful Chicken

With mouth-watering morsels made for sharing, Seoulful Chicken takes Korean fried chicken culture to the next level with their quirky and alluring little restaurant in Everton Park. With irrepressible energy, the team here serve up juicy burgers and golden-friend chicken, perfectly seasoned with their secret spice blend sourced from authentic Seoul merchants.

Sitchu Tip: Seoulful Chicken is also nut-free, dog-friendly, LGBTIQ+ friendly and wheelchair accessible.

Shop 6A 791 Stafford Road, Everton Park

Comuna Cantina
Comuna Cantina

Comuna Cantina

Make your dinner date a little extra fun at Comuna Cantina, a restaurant that carries an energy all of its own! With a chic pink and white aesthetic that is just #sositchu, we also love the Latin street food-inspired share plates and the gorgeous cocktails on the menu at this Everton Park restaurant and bar. There’s always an event or special package to opt for, so make sure you check out the calendar before booking. Because let’s face it, we need barely any encouragement to book in for a few watermelon margs. 

1/791 Stafford Road, Everton Park

The Spotted Cod
The Spotted Cod

The Spotted Cod

Craving authentic fish and chips without the greasy regret? Head down to The Spotted Cod for some of Brisbane’s freshest local seafood. Doug has spent over two decades in top kitchens in Melbourne and Brisbane and is passionate about using fresh local produce to develop new ideas. "It's all about showing great respect to great produce," he says. "Take a beautiful product and show a great deal of respect and care and you will always have a great result." The next time you don’t feel up to cooking dinner, head down to this Everton Park restaurant and let Doug and the team handle the rest!

Shop 9A, 791 Stafford Road Everton Park

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