Top 5 places to eat

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Ghost Tours are a great activity for a get-together, date night or fun with the family. We have collected our favourite spots to eat and drink before and after a Ghost Tour in Brisbane.

Toowong Cemetery may be a little further out, but close by you have Toowong’s main street filled with your standard fare. If you want to dine in style with an amazing view of Brisbane before or AFTER your tour- we highly recommend Kuta Cafe.

1. Kuta Cafe
ph: 3369 9922 ext 17

Friday 8.00am -11.00pm
Saturday 8.00am -11.00pm

Situated adjacent to the lookout, Kuta Café has an informal atmosphere with sensational views of Brisbane. Offering a varied menu, take a seat on the sun drenched terrace or choose to dine inside where floor to ceiling glass doors allow you to take in the views. There is also a quick serve ice cream area serving a range of popular scoop and packaged ice cream delights to add an extra element of indulgence.

The Gift and Souvenir shop located within the café offers a range of unique Australian gifts as well as an extensive range of popular souvenirs. Be sure to leave some time to browse through and choose a special memento of your visit.

2. Toowong Caltex
Yes – you heard us, we are including a service station. Don’t knock it until you try Toowong Caltex Cookies – they are aaaaamazing! They also have a huge range of drinks, pies and sandwiches for when you want a quick on-the-go snack. 

581 Milton Rd, Toowong QLD 4066
(07) 3870 7838
Open 24 hours

Looking for a filling last meal before you get locked up? Being close to the city, Boggo Road Gaol is close to some excellent restaurants in South Bank, but we only had to look across the road to find a great meal – Ribbetts! 

3. Ribbetts – All you can eat Ribs
167 Annerley Rd, Dutton Park QLD 4102
ph: 3846 3333
Saturday & Sunday 3pm til late

Monday – Friday 4pm til late
Closed all public holidays

Ribbetts Brisbane has the very best takeaway Ribs, Pizza and a delicious variety of sides. Most famous of all they offer Australia’s only all you can eat Ribs, Pizza, Pasta and sides where every single menu item is cooked fresh to order. We are particularly fans of their creamy pastas and absolutely decadent milkshakes!

Ever wondered why there is a fish ad chip shop next to the Cemetery? Dine on fresh seafood, salads and burgers just across the road from South Brisbane Cemetery! 

4. The Fish Kitchen
20 Annerley Road, Dutton Park Q 4102
ph: 3844 7943
Saturday  - get early in before your ghost tour starts as this restaurant gets very busy
Closed all public holidays

WHAT an unexpected treasure – this little fish and chip restaurant is absolutely worth a visit. They have exceptionally friendly staff and top notch food at reasonable prices!



Who likes Pancakes? Who likes ghosts and pancakes?
Brisbane CBD has some excellent places to eat, but our favourite haunt is the Pancake Manor.

5. The Pancake Manor
18 Charlotte St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
ph: (07) 3221 6433
Open 24 hours

We take this historic building in on our Haunted Brisbane CBD Ghost Tour and share some of it’s ghost stories and urban legends. This is a great place to come for dinner before the tour or after tour drinks and snacks.

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