➤ Brisbane, 237 Edward Street, Brisbane, 4000
Casual Dining • italian • Salad • European • Vegetarian Friendly • Vegan Options • Gluten Free Options
Had dinner twice here recently and had a similar good experience each time. The crab spaghetti is particularly good as is the penne with sausage. Service was not very attentive the first time, but the second was very good.
➤ Brisbane, Shop 7 Post office Square Food court, 270 Queen Street, Brisbane, 4000
Casual Dining • vietnamese
I really like this place and have been many times but recently today when i ordered i found a piece of metal in my meal. i called them a few times and no one answered the calls
➤ Brisbane, 9 Sherwood Rd, Brisbane City, Brisbane, 4066
Casual Dining • Mexican • Fast Food • South American • Central American • Vegetarian Friendly • Vegan Options • Gluten Free Options
I'm a big Guzman y Gomez fan in general, but was a bit disappointed by the slow-cooked beef burrito I got today. First, I was thrown off by the fact that they were charging extra for the slow-cooked beef - they used to charge extra for the steak, but now they do for the beef as well. Couple that with the fact that there wasn't a great deal of beef in the burrito and I was a bit disappointed. I usually rate GYG burritos a 4, but this was a 3-3.5.<br> <br> I was excited to try the new fries ($3 small/$5 reg), which are a bit unique in the fact that they are skin-on. The fries were good, but the best part was that they were serving organic Heinz ketchup.<br> <br> Upon further reflection, it saddens me a bit that GYG have continued to mainstream their offerings. There is nothing Mexican about fries. They have done away with the traditional names (Beef/Chicken Guerrero and Chipotle Pork are now called slow-cooked beef, grilled chicken and pulled pork) and now they are serving fries and nacho fries. I guess I just wish they would stick to what they are good at.