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The Walnut Restaurant and Lounge Bar

Royal On The Park, 152 Alice Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Australia

🛍 Meat, Fish, Pasta, French, Soup

4.2 💬82 Reviews

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The Walnut Restaurant and Lounge Bar, nestled in the heart of Royal On The Park, 152 Alice Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Australia, is an oasis for food lovers. Our menu is a mosaic of delicious flavors, all carefully crafted to provide a dining experience that will leave a lasting impression. Indulge in a variety of {tasty, delicious, yummy, appetizing, scrumptious delectable, savory, mouthwatering, palatable, luscious } options at this eatery known for its flavorful cuisine. Dial +61731121650 to order food for delivery and enjoy a satisfying meal at home.


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Ms. Eudora Hackett
Ms. Eudora Hackett

Top-notch service, great atmosphere and terrific food. Had scallops wrapped in jamon, eye fillet served with blue cheese soufflé and a side of duck fat kipfler potatoes. Everything was very fresh and simply delicious. Steak cooked to medium was juicy and tender, scallops were perfectly seared and nicely complemented by jamon, potatoes were crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside and not greasy at all. Blue cheese soufflé is something out of this world - like a light cloud of airy omelette infused with rich cheesy flavor. Do yourself a favor - come here, splurge and experience the beautiful food this place offers.

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Adolphus Gibson MD
Adolphus Gibson MD

My mum and I came to The Walnut Restaurant with a big group (around 15) people after a conference, I had called the day before to see if the chef could make up a vegan meal for me and they kindly said yes. I was quite excited. The interior is amazing, super comfy chairs and really lovely lights. Very fancy schmancy. When we arrived we told the very helpful waiter that I was the vegan and he informed me that I would be served a pasta dish. I love pasta!! My pasta was made fresh and had lovely olives, cooked cherry tomatoes, onions and lots of seasoning in it!! I haven't had pasta for so long and it was divine. The person opposite me had the mushroom ravioli (vegetarian), I asked them how it was and they said it was "absolutely amazing"!! Good sign for the vegos. My mum ordered the spatchcock dish, it was nicely presented and my mum said she really enjoyed it. We also ordered a side of chips and greens which were damn good as well. All the other people at the table really enjoyed their meals, the lady beside me had the lamb main and she definitely loved that. For dessert, my mum ordered the bomb alaska. It was so cool (pun unintended), the waiter lit the dish up right in front of us. Although there are no vegan options for dessert, I was offered a nice plate of fruit which was lovely! Overall, really, really great service. The waiters are very kind and are willing to help out with any dietary requirements. The food is delicious as well. The one thing that wasn't a plus was that there was a bit of a wait, although it was worth it in the end.


Sabryna Roob
Sabryna Roob

My mum and I came to The Walnut Restaurant with a big group (around 15) people after a conference, I had called the day before to see if the chef could make up a vegan meal for me and they kindly said yes. I was quite excited. The interior is amazing, super comfy chairs and really lovely lights. Very fancy schmancy. When we arrived we told the very helpful waiter that I was the vegan and he informed me that I would be served a pasta dish. I love pasta!! My pasta was made fresh and had lovely olives, cooked cherry tomatoes, onions and lots of seasoning in it!! I haven't had pasta for so long and it was divine. The person opposite me had the mushroom ravioli (vegetarian), I asked them how it was and they said it was "absolutely amazing"!! Good sign for the vegos. My mum ordered the spatchcock dish, it was nicely presented and my mum said she really enjoyed it. We also ordered a side of chips and greens which were damn good as well. All the other... read more


Talon Kirlin
Talon Kirlin

Walnut is the primary restaurant and bar situated in the gracefully aging Royal on the Park Hotel. A family gathering was required with a weekday dinner booked. Walking into the restaurant, you have sense of traveling back in time with dark wooden panels throughout, moody lights, old school chandeliers, thick leather chairs & appropriately dressed waiters (suite & tie). First impression, very classy!  We were kindly greeted by our waiter and taken to our window view table. After reviewing their well laid out menu, our group of five ordered: dozen oyster & pan seared scallops as entrees. Eye filet steaks, lamb cutlets & mushroom ravioli as mains. Desert: Bombe Alaska and trio of chocolate to conclude our meal. Whilst waiting for our meal, the young one became hungry so we ordered a server of sourdough bread. The bread came warm with butter and olive oil dips. Half way through her first piece, we realized the back of the bread was charcoal black…a replacement was swiftly made with the order removed from our bill. 20min from ordering, the oysters arrived. We ordered a mixed dozen with half natural and half Kilpatrick. The natural oysters were skilfully shackled to order with a touch of vinegar cured salmon roe. First taste and you will be blown away by the oyster’s freshness. A minor downside was the overly sour salmon roe. 4/5 The Kilpatrick oysters displayed an almost artificial red glow when arrived at the table. The still raw oyster was overpowered by the salty, supermarket grade sauce with cold shredded bacon. A disappoint it was. 2/5 The seared scallops arrived shortly after, presented with celeriac purée, salsa verde & baby herbs. The puree was skilfully cooked with balanced celery, potato & onion tastes. Salsa verde had a stronger presence with bold capers, parsley and garlic flavours. The scallops on the other hand were dry, flavourless & overcooked. Being the main ingredient, it was outshined by the puree. What a shame. 3/5 With the entrees concluded, the mains made a swift appearance. First up, Eye filet steak with blue cheese soufflé, spinach & cherry tomatoes all topped with port jus. The steak was perfectly cooked to medium rare with soft buttery texture. The lack of character and flavour from the meat however was a big disappointment. The soufflé on the other hand was soft & delicate with mild blue cheese taste. All elements of this dish worked well together and the balance of flavour was spot on. If only the steak was better quality. 3.5/5 Lamb cutlets with watermelon, feta, onion, olive & mint yoghurt was next on the agenda. The yoghurt paired perfectly with the lamb cutlets with balanced flavour and an elegant fresh mint fragrant. The salads add a unique character to this dish with the salty feta mellowed down by the sweet watermelon cubes. The lamb cutlets on the other hand were overcooked and chewy at time (again, what a shame). 3/5 The last main of the evening was the ravioli with mixed wild mushrooms, diced asparagus, truffle paste and toasted almonds. The strong truffle scent was a delight and lifted my spirits high. A taste of the ravioli, my mood started crushing down. The tough, thick ravioli skin houses a tasteless small mushroom based filling. The sautéed mushroom lacks flavour and seasoning and was overpowered by the truffle paste. The overall balance of this dish was towards the oily and flavourless side. 2.5/5 Bombe Alaska served tableside made a welcoming appearance after the “interesting” mains. The waitress skilfully lit up a spoonful of rum and poured over the Bombe Alaska. The blue flames were entertaining to view and made our 4yo giggle for a few minutes (I should be worried…). Flavour wise you get burnt vanilla, rum & raspberry. The contents within the Bombe Alaska were solidly frozen and hard to get to. After a quarter of the way in, everyone lost interest. 2.5/5 The trio of chocolate was the last dish to conclude our dinner. The well plated dish contains a dark chocolate tart topped with chocolate mousse & scoop of chocolate ice cream. Flavour wise, it’s just simply chocolate served three ways with linear flavour profile. 3/5 Overall service was absolutely brilliant. Waiters were attentive, polite, thoughtful and knowledgeable with menu items. 5/5 Full price for the entire meal was just shy of $300 (not including drinks). For the level of service it’s totally worth it. For the quality of food it’s hard to justify. Hint: Their old school cocktails are quite brilliant. Kid’s fish n chips quality is a 4/5.


Jacinthe Von
Jacinthe Von

Walnut is the primary restaurant and bar situated in the gracefully aging Royal on the Park Hotel. A family gathering was required with a weekday dinner booked. Walking into the restaurant, you have sense of traveling back in time with dark wooden panels throughout, moody lights, old school chandeliers, thick leather chairs & appropriately dressed waiters (suite & tie). First impression, very classy!  We were kindly greeted by our waiter and taken to our window view table. After reviewing their well laid out menu, our group of five ordered: dozen oyster & pan seared scallops as entrees. Eye filet steaks, lamb cutlets & mushroom ravioli as mains. Desert: Bombe Alaska and trio of chocolate to conclude our meal. Whilst waiting for our meal, the young one became hungry so we ordered a server of sourdough bread. The bread came warm with butter and olive oil dips. Half way through her first piece, we realized the back of the bread was charcoal black…a replacement... read more


Aubrey Steuber
Aubrey Steuber

I recently ended up at the Walnut Restaurant and Lounge Bar by a circuitous route, but I am happy to have experienced this lovely gem near the City Botanic Gardens. The Lounge Room's dark wood paneling and attentive, knowledgeable service are a throwback to days of old...The kind of place where you could drink an afternoon away. The Side Car was very nice (4 out of 5), though it was served in a martini glass. The Taleggio and Parmesan Arancini were served over truffled aioli and were average at best (3 out of 5). For dessert we enjoyed the Royal Mess, a hazelnut meringue with vanilla cream and fresh seasonal berries. The mulberries were the largest I've ever seen and were delicious. The overall dish was a bit too sweet, but very enjoyable (4 out of 5). I'm a sucker for great service and ambiance, so rounded up to a rating of 4 - I expect we'll be back.


Prof. Francisca Ziemann
Prof. Francisca Ziemann

Beautiful French cuisine, service is unbeatable, restaurant manager is very professional and paying attention to every signal detail. I'm really impressed.


Marlene Wolf
Marlene Wolf

If you're in dire need of an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and just want to unwind with a refreshing beverage, then Ryan's on the Park has

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  • Vegetarian Friendly
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  • Gluten Free Options
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  • In A 4 Or 5 Star Hotel
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