Filled with a myriad of vibrant Asian eateries, Sunnybank can be a little tricky to explore if you’re not in the know. From juicy dumplings, crispy duck to steaming bowls of noodles, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite restaurants that are hidden away so you don’t miss out. It’s time to get off the beaten track – you never know what you might find!
Blink and you’ll miss this eatery, which blends ancient Chinese cooking techniques with contemporary plant-based dishes. Located at Sunny Park, Superoll is a restaurant that serves some of the best vegetarian and vegan dishes in town! From fresh and tasty superolls, to flavoursome stir fried noodles and steaming bowls of vegan soup, this is Chinese food at its most fun and adventurous. Make sure you try one of their handmade raw spring rolls or their modern take on deep fried chicken nuggets that are made from crispy battered cubed soy protein and seasoned with sea salt. This is the place to visit to experience Sunnybank’s new style of restaurants where old-meets-new.View restaurant
Hidden in a corner behind Sunny Park, you will discover Southside Bistro – a restaurant and tapas bar that serves some of the best Asian fusion in Brisbane. Dishing out incredible eats for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the cute little eatery marries centuries-old Asian cuisine with modern Australian dishes. One of the most popular breakfast options on the menu is the tea smoked duck served with truffle béchamel, cherry salsa, hash and poached eggs. Or for something different, try their ramen burger made with a ramen noodle bun, satay caramel pork belly, kimchi, charred Asian greens and served with seaweed salted fries. End your meal with one of their amazing desserts – trust us, you won’t be disappointed. Order their sizzling matcha and white chocolate brownie or their matcha bombe Alaska made with soft meringue, red bean puree, coconut crumb, matcha pudding and mango jelly.View restaurant
Head to Sunnybank Plaza’s northern carpark (yes, we said carpark) and you will stumble across this top-notch restaurant. Paying homage to authentic Vietnamese food plus offering Cantonese dishes, Vietnam Corner is one to not be missed! A steadfast destination for locals, the extensive menu has all your favourites like their lemongrass chicken vermicelli noodle salad topped with crunchy spring rolls or their steaming beef noodle soup. Our pick? Try their flavoursome deep-fried pork ribs with salt and pepper.View Restaurant
Based on the Japanese udon haunts you’d find on the streets of Tokyo, Udonya Tokoton serves steaming noodle soup, a myriad of traditional toppings and rows of delicious deep-fried goods. Grab your chopsticks and order your udon, soba or rice dish and it will be made fresh in front of you. Feel like slurping your bowl of udon noodles topped with crunchy tempura? There is a huge array of different mouth-watering tempura to tempt your tastebuds including crispy prawn tempura and chicken karaage. Don’t leave without trying their traditional Japanese spicy miso pork bukkake udon, which is made with noodles that are topped with minced pork that has been cooked in a Japanese spicy miso sauce.View restaurant
We’re about to spill some serious tea here – if you’re after a refreshing and delicious beverage then head over to Heeretea. Located in one of Sunnybank Plaza’s carparks, the bespoke tea bar is a popular Asian franchise that pioneered the cheese tea. Yes, cheese tea! If the combination of tea and cheese sounds off-putting, think of it as a delicious combo that tastes just like liquid cheesecake. The tea shop is usually bustling with people eager to treat their tastebuds to one of the world’s most intriguing food crazes. We recommend trying their roasted brûlée bubble milk tea and their mango cheese tea. If you’re after something to eat, their amazing array of cakes are sure to tempt. Try their matcha or their earl grey crepe cake.View restaurant
Prepare to delight your tastebuds with all the flavours of Asia. With over 60 dining and entertainment options, Sunnybank Plaza and Sunny Park are an authentic Asian food experience like no other.
You’ll find an extensive choice of dining options including Chinese, Hong Kong style, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Korean, and Japanese cuisines.