Red Brick Hotel, Woolloongabba, Queensland

83 Annerley Rd
Woolloongabba
Queensland, 4102

Pub
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  • 31 Jan 2016
    #29426 - Dr Parmi (3 reviews)
    87%
    $18.00
    chicken
    5 / 5 (excellent)
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    2.5 / 3 (very good)
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    Dr Parmi reckons:

    Very solid parmi. Great value at $18.

  • 14 Nov 2015
    #29362 - Jillbat (1 review)
    100%
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    chicken
    5 / 5 (excellent)
    5 / 5 (excellent)
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    3 / 3 (excellent)
    3 / 3 (excellent)
    +1
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    Jillbat reckons:

    I eat out a lot and I can honestly say this is the best Parma I have ever had. The meal size was extremely generous, the salad was modern and refreshing and the chips were cooked to perfection (not too oily). I would highly recommend the Red Brick Hotel to anyone looking for a great feed.

  • 05 Jan 2015
    #28578 - Parmageddon666 (1 review)
    96%
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    chicken
    5 / 5 (excellent)
    5 / 5 (excellent)
    4 / 5 (very good)
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    3 / 3 (excellent)
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    Parmageddon666 reckons:

    The Red Brick Hotel. From reading reviews from fellow parmaholics, We embarked on our quest through Brisbane City peek hour afternoon traffic to feast. Upon arrival we were greeted as if long lost brethren and shown to our thrones. Then after a 10 - 15 minute wait our meals arrived. At first sight of this beast we were in awe of its monolithic size ( it made the beard Gandalf look like a light stubble.. ) The behemoth chicken breast was succulent and crumbed to perfection with a nice char grilled like finish. The sauce was exceptional in taste and the quantity was perfect. The cheese was slightly grilled and very stringy and held everything intact. The chips were lightly seasoned with a mild spice, which was a nice touch. The queer salad was a good sized portion not getting in the way of the main dish ( But nobody eats the salad anyway...) Final thoughts. It would have been better it had bacon or ham between the breast and sauce but apart from that it was exceptional and most definitely worth the trek \m/ 9/10

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  • 26 Oct 2014
    #17858 - Chuck (18 reviews)
    100%
    Not specified
    chicken
    5 / 5 (excellent)
    5 / 5 (excellent)
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    3 / 3 (excellent)
    2.5 / 3 (very good)
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    Yes

    Chuck reckons:

    $22 for a parma with a pint (of local beer). $2 extra for a craft beer or extra toppings. But why would you bother with extra toppings? For anyone on the great parma trail (like I have devoted my life to) will think this doesn't constitute a pub-parma special. But wait, this is the great north (Qld) we are talking about where a parma is as rare of a sight as someone wearing blue around Origin time. But when the parma makes it way up the stairs to your dining area, your eyes just goggle in disbelief. Am I supposed to eat that? How can I eat that? Will I need another beer to wash it down (yes is the answer to the last one). The parma takes up almost the entire plate. You are left wondering where the chips are (the extra thick-steak cut chips are left holding it up). The sauces and the cheese are overly generous, leaving plenty to cover your chips, if you even have any room left after the parma. The salad is a bit more modern, with fetta and some thinly sliced (and even slightly decorative) carrots and beetroot. But heck, if you've got room to eat the salad after this behemoth of a parma, you are a better glutton than me.

    Silver reviewer Special