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Where To Eat In Sunnybank This Valentine’s Day

Want to impress your Valentines this Friday? If you’re sick of bubbles and the same old restaurant, then why not take your special person for an unusual dining experience in Sunnybank. From buffets, to banquets and unique menus – make this Valentine’s Day one to be remembered.

So whether you’ve swiped right and got a match or you’ve been loved up for a long time, here are the best spots around Sunnybank where you can excite your date with a cuisine they may have never tried before.

If you want more than dinner, then win over your beau with a movie and popcorn for Valentine’s Day. Cosy up with one of the latest flicks like Birds of Prey, 1917 or Bad Boys for Life at Sunnybank’s Hoyts. Choc top, anyone?

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Your Personal Chef

Low on light, high on fun and intimacy, head to Your Personal Chef to indulge in a Valentines meal that’s quirky and delicious. With low-slung fluorescent bulbs and popular cult cartoons covering the walls, Your Personal Chef is a restaurant that’s like no other in Sunnybank. Serving contemporary, innovative and quietly traditional Cantonese dishes, the restaurant is perfect for a romantic night out. 

Surprise your date with dishes like their eel fried rice that is moulded into the shape of a shark and looks like it’s swimming on your plate, or their Sichuan spicy chicken that’s served with ice-cream!

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Simmer Huang

Nothing says love quite like sharing the same dish, and there’s no better place to share a big hot pot than Simmer Huang. The sleek and modern restaurant is renowned for creating a unique version of the traditional Chinese hot pot, which will be cooked on your table right in front of you and your date. Step inside the one-of-a-kind restaurant and staff will lead you to one of the snug red vinyl booths. You order one of two ways: Either build a DIY hot pot and pick your own ingredients from a selection of meats and seafood, or choose one of their preselected combos. All of their simmer pots feature a base of butter paste and veggies, with the main protein on top and spices for seasoning. They also feature Simmer Huang’s special secret sauce and their signature fresh noodles that are made by hand.

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For a Valentine’s Day date with a twist, why not feast on yum cha with your number one. Boasting everything from classic dim sum, to mouth-watering barbecue specialties and unique signature dishes, Landmark is known across Brisbane for serving some of the city’s best dim sum. Impress your date with the restaurant’s handmade dumplings, steaming pork buns, crispy skin duck and crunchy deep-fried squid. There are over 100 different types of dim sum and we guarantee that your curiosity will peak every time the bamboo lids are lifted. The perfect way to finish your Valentines feast is to order your date Landmark’s freshly baked egg tarts that have a flaky buttery base and is filled with a soft egg custard. Delicious!

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Hana Zushi

Does your Valentine adore Japanese food? Then make sure you book a table at Sunny Park’s Hana Zushi. Whether it’s platters of sashimi, sushi rolls, steaming bowls of udon noodles, or roast seafood served in ceramic hot plates, lovers of Japanese food will find it all at the popular Japanese restaurant. All of Hana Zushi’s dishes are meticulously prepared, beautifully plated and served using fresh seasonal ingredients. We suggest ordering your date their flame grilled wagyu beef with truffle sauce and their crunchy soft shell crab karaage. If you’re all about eating raw, then make sure you indulge in their deluxe sashimi platter, which is artfully prepared by the restaurant’s Japanese sushi masters who intricately slice fresh fish.

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Want to impress your date with bubbles but without the price tag? Say hello to bubble tea! Originating in Taiwan, bubble tea became popular in the 80s and typically features tea and those delightfully chewy tapioca balls. Decked out in pastel colours and cute interiors, Sharetea is a tea shop that has got fruity and milky flavours and all of your regular toppings to boot. Our pick? Their Thai tea ice blended with pearl balls or for something fruity order your lover their peach kiwi tea with aiyu jelly. We think it’s perfect for a sweet date!

A world of Asian flavour sensations awaits you!

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.

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