1. Sushi Kotobuki
53 Lytton Rd, East Brisbane
has classic favorites like Prawn and Tuna Nigiri and Japanese Curry Chicken to tempt your taste buds. Sushi plates run around $5 U.S. dollars, and customers who reviewed the restaurant say it is clean, and the quality is excellent.
2. Peony Asian Fusion
96 Albert Street, Brisbane
Peony has several Asian favorites including Beef Pad Thai, Salmon & Avacado Rainbow Sushi, and Tuna Sashimi. Guests say the place is spotless, simple, and inexpensive with meals averaging $10 U.S.
3. FantAsia Brisbane
255 Queen Street Level 1
Visitors recommend the Prawn Wonton Soup and the Beijing Noodles. The sauces that go with the dishes are highly recommended for new visitors. Previous guests say the service is excellent, and the dishes come out of the kitchen very quickly.
4. Sing's Asian Kitchen
5 Nash Street, Brisbane
People who visited this restaurant suggest that guests try the Penang Curry if you like spicy foods. The Satay Chicken Skewers are said to be "delicious" by other diners. Large meals and very friendly service are what diners say you can expect at Sing's.
5. Sono Japanese Restaurant
39 Hercules St, Level 1
Sono has seven private Tatami rooms, wine pairing with meals, and a famous Teppanyaki chef who wows guests as they dine. The restaurant has also won several awards including Best Asian Restaurant 2011. Other diners say quality and excellent service is very evident at Sono.
6. Bird's Nest Restaurant
220 Melbourne Street, Shop 5
Previous diners say that anyone who stops at the Bird's Nest has to try to the Hot Sake, that it is "divine". Guests also suggest trying the Barbecued Rice and the Yakitori Stick for an extra tasty treat. The only complaints were that the sticks were $5 U.S. each. They also make fresh Liver Pate daily.
7. Thai Asian House
9/5 Canopus S, Bridgeman Downs
Located on the corner of Saturn Crescent and Beckett Road
If you are a vegan, then Thai Asian House will do you right according to previous guests. One of the most popular vegetarian dishes is the Singapore Noodles. Other popular choices include the Penang Curry and the Thai Keoy Teow- Yum.
8. Asian Lily Chinese Restaurant
150 Graceville Avenue, Brisbane, Queensland
Consistently great service and quality with reasonable prices are the things that people who have dined at Asian Lily have to say about the restaurant. Diners suggest newcomers try the Salt and Pepper Squid, the Asian Lily Steak, and the Deep Friend Ice Cream for dessert. A midweek special gives you a meal with rice for only $7 U.S.
9. Mints Vietnamese & Asian Cuisine
4/21 Nash Street, Brisbane
Lemon Soda is one of the most popular drinks on the menu at Mints, according to diners who have sampled the food and drinks. The Grilled Beef Vermicelli Bowl has very flavorful beef that is extremely tender others boast. There are also several vegetarian dishes for those preferring a healthier dinner choice.
10. Asian Spice
1/35 Ferry Street, Brisbane
Guests who have dined at Asian Spice suggest that new visitors try the Mongolian Beef, the Duck Pancakes, and the Fried Dim Sim. Friendly and fast service is also a comment made by several diners who have been to Asian Spice.