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New Farm Diners’ Delights


Bianca brings the captivating and enrapturing effervescence of a classic Italian trattoria to James Street in New Farm. Bread and pasta are prepared in-house, while wines are hand-chosen to complement the menu. 

The antipasto selection is huge, while main course and pasta dishes include spaghetti with blue swimmer crab, wood roasted whole flounder, with almond cream and roasted peppers, or pork cutlet with soft polenta, burnt butter and sage. For a special occasion, go all out and select Wagyu bistecca alla Fiorentina (a kilo of wagyu steak on the bone). 

We recently spoke with Bianca creator Tyron Simon, who chatted about how all his Brisbane venues aim to offer value for money and quality produce. Feedback for Bianca says it has something for everyone and is one of the best Italian restaurants in New Farm. 



“A place for a long lunch and a few too many martinis”. 

Located on the ground level of the Calile Hotel, SK is known for its steak and oysters. Choose from Wagyu or Black Angus, in cuts including prime rib, eye fillet, sirloin and the 600 gram Chateaubriand. You can also choose your sauce and your potato (mashed, gratin, potato salad or roasted, with white truffle optional). 

The set menu with SK’s signature strawberry cake is ideal for groups of four or more and will have your mouth watering. 



If you love Italian food, Beccofino is the venue for you. Think pizza, think pasta, pannacotta and tiramisu. 

One reviewer describes Beccofino as being “One of the best Italian restaurants in Australia,” due to its incredible fresh flavours and authentic Italian pizza. You can expect a lovely meal with excellent service and so many options to choose from. 


New Farm Deli & Cafe

New Farm Deli & Cafe opened its doors before reviews even existed… way back in 1975. 

Bookings are essential at Brisbane’s oldest and most authentic Italian deli. The “soul of New Farm” has survived the pandemic as well as a devastating fire to thrive and be recognised for its service, amazing quality food and value for money. From the coffee to the gourmet focaccia, everything on the menu and the shelves will leave you wanting more. 


Dicki’s New Farm

Show up to Dicki’s for vegan breakfast, lunch and special coffees whipped up in a cosy location with cafe seating.

Dicki’s menu features plant-based dishes but is designed to appeal to every diner. You’ll find it at the river end of Brunswick St, a short walk from New Farm Park. Try a tofu scramble, jackfruit taco, corn fritters or avo on toast. 


Wilde Kitchen

Wilde is a unique option if you want to try nourishing meals and paleo dishes. Health-based treats are handmade daily from natural and unprocessed ingredients sourced from local suppliers.

The gluten-free spicy pork burrito includes fried egg, avocado & corn salsa, rocket & sriracha mayo. The proteins and sides on the menu are pan fried salmon, sweet potato fries w. aioli and sauteed greens (plus lots more). 

You can also order bone broth or a healthy ‘bowl’. Reviews say the coffee is “perfect” and the food is “fresh & fabulous”. 


La Patrona

No self-respecting dining district is complete without its own take on Mexican food. 

Venture to La Patrona for traditional Mexican food and a set menu option for groups of more than seven people. It’s a popular spot so the owners request you make a booking. Share some ceviche, enjoy prawn & octopus enchiladas or tuck into some sliced grilled rib fillet on a purple corn tostada. And yes, margaritas.


Which amazing venues have we forgotten? Send us a message and let us know.

Hope you enjoy the read.

Matt Lancashire