BrisAsia Food Festival
Spend a weekend feasting on dumplings, curries, Chinese cuisine and Filipino dishes.
If you've been dreaming overseas holidays lately (and doing so a little bit more than normal), there's a good reason for that. Every February, the annual BrisAsia Festival takes over Brisbane, showering the city in Asian food and culture — and making us all wish we had a getaway in our future.
The month-long fest is comprised of heaps of smaller events and mini festivals, and one of them is particularly tasty. Head along to the BrisAsia Food Festival to tuck into everything from dumplings to curries, plus Chinese dishes and Filipino cuisine as well.
Rather than just happening in one place on Saturday, February 20–Sunday, February 21, this festival will see you jumping between participating venues across the two days and enjoying their specials. So, you could start off with a snack at 8848 Momo House, then have lunch at Chu the Phat, and later pop into Kubo's Bar and Grill for dinner. Curry 'n' Cask, Golden Palace Chinese Restaurant in Fortitude Valley and Fat Dumpling Bar are all taking part, too, as are Madame Wu, Super Bowl, and Indian Brothers in Taringa and Annerley.