Best Chinese Restaurants

in Brisbane

From fine dining restaurants and underground dumpling bars to yum cha institutions and secret suburban gems, including Brisbane's oldest Chinese restaurant, here are 18 Chinese restaurants worth checking out in Brisbane. 

A Monkey King themed Chinese restaurant in Brisbane CBD, taking inspiration from the classic 16th century Chinese novel
Donna Chang is a beautiful fine dining Chinese restaurant inside one of Brisbane’s most magnificent heritage buildings
Stanley is Brisbane's magnificent 2-storey riverfront Cantonese restaurant at Howard Smith Wharves with gorgeous river views
Emily Yeoh brings a taste of next-level contemporary Asian cuisine without the price tag to a prime Paddington street corner
Brisbane's first fine dining Chinese degustation restaurant serves exquisite creative cuisine unlike anything else
This lively dumpling bar hidden in the basement of a century-old heritage-listed church dishes up every kind of dumpling under the sun
A chic contemporary Chinese restaurant and bar nestled within Petrie Terrace's stunning heritage-listed The Barracks.
Brisbane Phoenix is a sleek contemporary Chinese restaurant in the CBD specialising in traditional yum cha, seafood dishes and
This new noodle bar in the Valley dishes up the fattest and freshest, authentic Chinese biang biang noodles in town
King Tea is a rustic Chinese eatery and bar offering a mix of modern and traditional Chinese dishes with a strong Sichuan flavour
Enjoy Inn, one of the longest established restaurant brands in Brisbane, specialises in Cantonese-style cuisine with a full yum cha range
Happy Boy is Fortitude Valley’s cool contemporary go-to for some of the best, most authentic Chinese food in Brisbane
This suburban gem is the place to come for great value, home-style Cantonese cuisine including traditional dishes such as
Sunnybank's Landmark Restaurant is the go-to for traditional yum cha accompanied by copious cups of tea and
Brisbane's oldest Chinese restaurant stands like a time capsule in Moorooka, dating from 1966
A lively Shanghai-style street food dining hall located in the refurbished heritage-listed Soda Factory
Those in search of some authentic spicy Sichuan cuisine in a funky oriental setting should make a beeline for this little gem
It may be a little far from the South Bank action but Bamboo Basket offers its own flurry of activity
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