Why Brisbane's The Euro is Turning Heads

In 2013, Brisbane's dining scene stepped up a notch. While the Queensland capital has been on the radar for a while with restaurants such as Esquire (deservedly awarded three chef hats by the Sydney Morning Herald's Good Food Guide), it's restaurants such as The Euro, with its old world traditions that are really turning heads.

The Euro is a European-inspired brasserie and the younger sister of the already established Urbane. According to Good Food, it's more than just the food that is celebrated at this restaurant. The Euro is a celebration of light, texture and colour, with its playful decor.

Dining is informal and the staff are full of smiles. Service is efficient and the smells drifting from the kitchen delicious.

One of the stand out dishes is tamarind-glazed pork belly with ribbons of cucumber and spring onion, and a subtle touch of apple flavour. Other must-try dishes include the prawns, which come alive in a smoked tomato salsa and watercress salad, and the duck legs, which are divine.

The overall vibe of the restaurant is fun and relaxed and the food and wine makes dining here a memorable experience.

The Euro can be found at 181 Mary Street in Brisbane, and is a participating restaurant in the Good Food Gift Card program.

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Mireille Kilgour

Mireille Kilgour

Mireille Kilgour has been an entrepreneur for 35 years in the hospitality sector. French born, she has been an accomplished business owner and operator for a number of Sydney venues. Leading the industry with high profile institutions such as Lamrock Café Bondi, she has endless passion for the industry, and now has the pleasure of supporting restaurants to fill their tables with the new Good Food Gift Card program.