Eastern European Dining

Around Brisbane

Take a culinary trip to Eastern Europe without leaving Brisbane, from a traditional Balkan restaurant to Polish and Czech clubs, Romanian eateries, a Hungarian bakery and a Russian deli cafe: 

This rustic Balkan restaurant whisks you straight off the streets of suburban Brisbane to Eastern Europe
Club Polonia is the place to go for traditional Polish cuisine, beers and vodka
Mama's Place is a little slice of Romania bringing a taste of Transylvania to Springwood
The highly anticipated, Euro-inspired bakery Kürtősh has opened at West Village offering its famous chimney cakes
Brisbane's only traditional Polish market is held at The Polish Club in Milton on Saturday once a month
The Taste of Transylvania is a tiny cottage in West End dishing up traditional Hungarian langos & authentic Romanian fare
The Polish Place is like a fragment of traditional Polish village that was transplanted onto a ridgetop of Mt Tamborine
This traditional deli & cafe is a melting pot of Russian, Ukrainian, Latvian, Croatian, Polish and Lithuanian cuisine

Founded more than 50 years ago this club is like a slice of history tucked away in a forest, with a traditional menu and Czech beers and liqueurs

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