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Strangers’ Dining Room is open Thursday Lunch and Friday Lunch and Dinner when Parliament is not sitting. View Parliament sitting days at www.parliament.qld.gov.au
Visit Parliament House on the corner of George and Alice Streets in Brisbane and enjoy lunch or dinner at Strangers’ Dining Room. Expect a quintessential Queensland dining experience, featuring Modern Australian dishes created using the finest quality local ingredients, in elegant surrounds of white-clothed tables, timber arched windows and art deco-style pendent lights. Embark on a memorable culinary journey with starters such as Mooloolaba tuna carpaccio, Seminole tangelo, sweet and sour samphire and onion ash, best enjoyed with a glass of Pikes Riesling from South Australia. For a mesmerising main, delve into the likes of Something Something Fish – smoked eel and white bean casserole, Sunshine Coast kale and seeded cauliflower, paired with a Punt Road Chardonnay from Victoria.
Cnr of George and Alice Streets, Brisbane CBD 4000 QLD - See Map
Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos
Seats: 80 Chef: Andrew McCrea