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Around the World on Eat Street Brisbane Your Ultimate Foodie Guide

Around the World on Eat Street Brisbane: Your Ultimate Foodie Guide

Ready to take your tastebuds on a gastronomic journey around the world? No need to pack a bag – just come with a big appetite, because Eat Street Northshore is the ultimate foodie paradise in Brisbane!

Every weekend, this abandoned shipping dock comes alive with a feast for the senses! With over 50 food stalls, live music, exciting entertainment, games, and more, this foodie haven should definitely be on your “to-chew” list! 

Here’s our ultimate guide to Eat Street to help you navigate through your next foodie adventure! 


Eat Street Northshore is located on 221D MacArthur Ave, Hamilton QLD 4007. It’s just 15 minutes away from the Brisbane CBD and the Brisbane airport. 

This foodie haven is set on an abandoned docking site with shipping containers transformed into food stalls, a truly unique and eclectic dining spot by the river! 

How to Get There

The best way to get to Eat Street is by taking a cruise down the river via the CityCat ferry. Hop off at the Northshore Hamilton Ferry Terminal and take a short walk to Eat Street. 

You can check TransLink for the trip schedules. Take note that the last CityCat from Northshore Hamilton leaves at around 11:19 every evening. 

If you’re bringing a car, good news is that parking is free and there’s plenty of parking spaces with 1,400 slots in total. Parking is located on MacArthur Avenue on Dock C, where you can park either on carpark C or carpark D.  

Entrance and Schedule

You can visit Eat Street Northshore every weekend: 4pm to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 4pm to 9pm on Sundays. 

The venue also has an entrance fee of $6. Groups of 10 or more get a discount of $4 per person, while kids below 13 years old, as well as those accompanying a person with disability, can enter for free. 

If you’re wondering if you can take your four-legged friends with you, they’re more than welcome! Just make sure that they’re kept on a leash and well-behaved at all times. 

Another important thing to take note is that the venue only accepts credit and debit card payments. 

For a hassle-free entry, you can pre-book your entrance tickets here.

Additionally, to guide you on your visit, you can download a map of the venue here

What to Eat

When you’re on Eat Street, the possibilEATies are endless! There’s over 50 food stalls to try with flavors that’ll take you all around the world! 

So if you don’t know where to start, let us guide you through your ultimate food trip! 

Location: MainDeck, Container 24

A classic snack to kick off your gastronomic adventure, Chips on a Stick is the perfect starter to fuel you up before the main feast. Both adults and kids would definitely enjoy this potato slinky while deciding what food to try next! 

Location: Laneway, Container 19

Does grilled seafood on a bed of greens sound good to you? Then head to the Little Octopus for some healthy and savory delights! 

Since it’s located on Laneway, you might even catch some live music, too! 

Location: Main Deck, Container 36

It’s time to take your tastebuds to another continent with some Japanese okonomiyaki “pizza” at Kotetsu! If you like to see how your food’s made, then you can enjoy a front row seat to the sizzling show! 

You can choose between spicy chicken teriyaki or pork belly on your Japanese style pizza. 

Location: TrawlerDeck, Container 60

Shuck All Oysters is definitely a must-try, with fresh oysters straight from the sea! They prepare the oysters right in front of you, topped with wakame (seaweed), which surely offers a mouthwatering feast! 

Location: EastWharf, Container 78

Sahara Eats Turkish Food offers scrumptious bites that aren’t easy to find! Munch on some Turkish bites, such as their unique serving of fries with HSP (halal snack pack) chicken, garlic, cheese, and barbecue sauce.

Location: WestWharf, Container 93

If you’re craving for something crispy, you should try Poulet & Porc’s tasty offerings! You can get crispy pork belly with summer salad or a belly burger with some zucchini chips on the side.

For some quick bites, they also have classic crispy fried chicken. You can choose to dip it in garlic aioli sauce, smokey ketchup, or hot sauce. 

Location: Diner Bar, Container 99

Looking for delicious vegan, vegetarian, halal, or gluten-free food? Well, you really won’t have to worry, as Don’t Worry, Eat Curry offers hearty and healthy Indian food especially if you have the aforementioned dietary requirements.  

You should try their vegetarian samosas, chickpea curry, lamb masala, chicken tikka masala, and their selection of naanwiches that’ll surely satisfy your palate!

Location: WestWharf, Container 92

Hungry for some Hungarian? Eat Street brings you to Hungary with The Original Langos! Sink your taste buds into the Hungarian classic deep-fried flatbread – the langos! 

Feast on its cheesy, garlicky, and savory goodness which will transport you to the streets of Budapest. This is definitely a must-try if you wanna taste something that you won’t typically find anywhere! 

Location: Diner Bar, Container 96

Burgers and cannoli, anyone? T & L Kitchen brings you mouth watering burger stacks along with some sweet treats on the side. They have a selection of burgers, with vegetarian options, too, plus delectable cannoli for dessert! 

If you’re craving for something cheesy, you can get their 4-cheese Mac ‘n’ Cheese that’s topped with smoked barbecue brisket!  

Where to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

If you’ve had your fill of flavors from all over the world, of course, there should always be room for dessert! Here’s where you can satisfy your sweet tooth on Eat Street! 

Location: KombiAlley, Container 50 – 51

One of the classic dessert spots on Eat Street, The Doughnut Bar offers the famous doughnut fries served in a cup! You can get it along with a caramel soft serve and Lotus biscoff, which is good for sharing (or not!). 

Location: KombiAlley, Container 51

A sweet treat with a refreshing twist! Double Good offers their famous watermelon soft serve on fresh watermelon or pineapple soft serve on a pineapple cup. 

Location: Laneway, Container 15

Pancake and waffle fans, you can indulge in your favorites at Dutch De Lites! Go have a plate-full of fluffy poffertjes (Dutch mini pancakes) and waffles along with your choice of toppings! 

You can choose from strawberries, blueberries, or bananas (or all of them!), then top it off with some ice cream, syrup, and whipped cream! 

Location: KombiAlley

Treat yourself to some premium desserts at Kombi Alley! They’re always whipping up something new, so there’s always something to look forward to. 

If you want an all-in-one dessert, they have ice cream, doughnut fries, and a shake all in one delightful cup! You should also try their frozen cheesecake on a stick, cronut and croissant cube, and more! 

Where to Drink

After all the feasting, you’re bound to get thirsty. You can get your drink fix at one of the Eat Street bars scattered around the venue, from beers, cocktails, and wine, to coffee and non-alcoholic beverages!

You can go to The Whale Bar (TrawlerDeck), John Oxley Bar (Laneway), Diner Bar, Pineapple Bar (WestWharf), or Beer Asia (AsiaStreet) for your much-needed drink. 

If you’re looking for non-alcoholic beverages, you can head to Miss Flossy for fruity refreshments. And for your caffeine fix, just look for Luke’s Coffee (Eat Sign Entrance) for some special coffee concoctions! 

Where to Shop

Where to Shop

Image Source: Eat Street Northshore Facebook

Eat Street also has some hidden gems where you can shop for trinkets and other goodies! The Trinket Box (MarketSquare) has some of the quirkiest little knick knacks, while you can get some squishy plush toys from Plush World (Laneway). 

Argento Crafts offers clothing and accessories, and you can even find some vintage records, albums, books, and more at Nicks’ Retro (TrawlerDeck).  

Other Things to Do in Eat Street Brisbane

More than a foodie’s haven, there’s so much to do at Eat Street apart from treating yourself to the most delicious dishes the world has to offer! You can take a little break from all the feasting and enjoy these other activities!

Eat Street also offers a feast for your eyes and ears with live music and other spectacular performances every weekend. 

You can head to the MainDeck to catch popular local artists as well as regular headliners onstage, while you can party at OpenSky with a live DJ. For some jazz and easy-listening music, you can find a seat at Laneway. 

While walking around Eat Street, you might even discover some solo performers showcasing some great music!

You can check the latest updates on Eat Street’s shows here

Make Your Own Candles

Image Source: Make Your Own Candles Facebook

At Eat Street, even the candles look yummy! You can create your own candles and choose a unique aroma that you’ll get to take home as a souvenir at Make Your Own Candles at the TrawlerDeck. 

Get a Henna Tattoo

Image Source: Eat Street Northshore Facebook

Complete your Eat Street experience with a henna tattoo! You can request any design you want… or better yet, have that juicy burger tattooed on your arm to immortalize (temporarily) your fave Eat Street grub! 

We’re just kidding! But if you like the idea, we’d say, go for it! 

Play Games

Image Source: Eat Street Northshore Facebook

For the kids and kids at heart, Arcade Avenue’s got some games for some fun and friendly competition. You might even get to bring home a prize, too! 

Where to Stay Nearby

If you wish to stay close to Eat Street, which is also just a few minutes’ drive to the Brisbane airport, here are some accommodations we recommend! 


Address: 35 Hercules St, Hamilton QLD 4007

Contact: +61735055200

Pricing: $$

Alcyone Hotel Residences is just a 5-minute drive or 15 minute walk from Eat Street, while the Brisbane Airport and the CBD are just around 15 minutes away. 

They have spacious apartment rooms available, and you can choose from several unit types. This includes a one bedroom apartment, one bedroom executive apartment, and a two bed and bath apartment with balcony. 

We love that they have indoor and outdoor amenities such as a garden with bean bags, al fresco dining, barbecue area, swimming pool, gym, and sun deck. 


Address: 47 Hercules St, Hamilton QLD 4007

Contact: [email protected] / (07) 3630 1293

Pricing: $$ – $$$

Link Portside Wharf Apartment Hotel is a great option especially if you’re looking for accommodations that can cater to 3 to 5 people per unit. 

They have spacious one and two bedroom apartment units that have their own living room, dining, and kitchen areas. They also offer free secure parking for guests and lots of dining options nearby as well as a shopping mall just across. 

The hotel is located just 5 minutes from Eat Street and 15 minutes from the Brisbane airport and CBD. 

Kingsford Smith Motel

Image Source: Kingsford Smith Motel Facebook


Address: 610 Kingsford Smith Dr, Hamilton QLD 4007

Contact: +61 7 3868 4444

Pricing: $$

Kingsford Smith Motel is a superb option for short stays if you’re in Brisbane for business or leisure. It’s just 10 minutes away from the airport and 5 minutes from Eat Street. 

They offer six room types that can accommodate 2 to 5 guests per room. This includes a deluxe king room, superior queen room, superior twin room, superior triple room, superior family room, and family suite. 

It’s great that they have a saltwater pool and they also offer free shuttle service to and from the airport. 

Tips to Enjoy Your Visit

Tips to Enjoy Your Visit

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  • Arrive early! It’s best to come to Eat Street early so lines at the stalls won’t be too long yet, and you’ll have plenty of time to sample the different offerings. 
  • Share or split your food. We know it’s going to be hard to share with all the yummy choices, but if you want to try a lot of food, it’s best to share with a friend so you’ll have a lot of room in your stomach for more!  
  • No bringing of outside food and drinks. Remember that you’re not allowed to bring food and drinks that are purchased outside into Eat Street. 
  • Check for Updates. Always check their website or Facebook page for any updates about market days as there might be schedule changes due to holidays or bad weather conditions. 
  • Book your entrance passes online. For a smooth and hassle-free entry at the gate, it’s best to pre-book your tickets through their website
  • Designate a non-drinking driver. For a worry-free trip with your friends, assign a non-drinking driver to take the wheel for the night. 
  • Bring a small bag. Remember to travel light and just bring the essentials with you so you won’t have to lug around a huge bag while enjoying the food. 

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