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Cinco Bistro - Carindale

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Uncover the culinary pleasures at Cinco Bistro. Conveniently located at 589 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, Brisbane, Carindale, Australia, we offer an array of mouth-watering dishes. Our proud rating of 4.3 and 434 complimentary reviews stand as a proof to our commitment to outstanding service and food. Stay updated on the opening hours of Cinco Bistro available on our website. If you need assistance, feel free to contact +61738436666.

Opening Hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 17:00 - 21:30
  • Wednesday 17:00 - 21:30
  • Thursday 17:00 - 21:30
  • Friday 17:00 - 21:30
  • Saturday 17:00 - 21:30
  • Sunday 17:00 - 21:30

Contacts

  • Address: 589 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, Brisbane, Carindale, Australia
  • Phone: +61738436666

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Reviews

Carey Nicolas V
Carey Nicolas V

My wife and I are regulars at Cinco Bistro and their food is very, very good. It’s nice to have a suburban restaurant with their quality and BYO. Tonight though, they lost my future business. We placed an Uber Eats order as we have a...4 mth old just before 6pm for a 7:30-8:00pm delivery, and at 7:00pm it was cancelled because they were ‘too busy’. I had opened a special and very expensive bottle of wine that I now have no food for. When I called for an explanation, they just said ‘sorry, we’re busy’ and offered nothing in the way of recompense despite my explanation of the circumstances. Our order wasn’t small either … full three sources. I will find it very, very difficult to be a customer of Cinco Bistro again in future. If you’re going to cancel because you’re busy, then don’t be on Uber Eats.


Chanelle Fritsch DDS
Chanelle Fritsch DDS

My husband and I celebrated our 100th month anniversary on the weekend and boy oh boy.... how have we not heard of this place before??? We had a fantastic experience from booking to walking out of their doors. The night started off with the Quail for entré my husband had the market fish (Barramundi) and I couldn't go past the Duck confit. The flavours were beautifully balanced with good portion sizes. Furthermore, the service was attentive and surprisingly very quick! If you're a Brisbanite and haven't been here... do yourself a favour and check it out!! ????????


Ms. Trycia Wisoky Jr.
Ms. Trycia Wisoky Jr.

My colleagues and I enjoyed a lovely dinner at Cinco Bistro in Camp Hill, an up-scale (not quite fine dining) bistro, where Chef Peter Stubbs serves up delicious 'Modern Australian' fare with a twist - utilising the best of Queensland's fresh produce and incorporating Asian and Mexican influences to make an otherwise European menu his own. We began our meal with the Pea & Prosciutto Arancini with Aioli ($10), two Mooloolaba King Prawn Salads ($21), the Potato Gnocchi with Pork and Fennel Sausage ($22), Foie Gras ($21) and two orders of Scallops wrapped in Bacon ($22). The arancini were lovely and rated 3.5-4. The prawn salads were a bit dry and could have used more dressing, but were still very enjoyable and rated 3.5. The potato gnocchi with pork and fennel sausage was served with black truffle and parmesan cheese - a close second to 1889 Enoteca's gnocchi - and rated 4-4.5. The Foie Gras was smooth, creamy and abundant - this rated 4.5. The scallops wrapped in bacon were very good and rated a 4. The highlights from the entrees were the Gnocchi and Foie Gras - both of which I would highly recommend. For mains, we ordered four Wagyu Beef, two Duck Breast and a Grilled Barramundi. All of the mains were between $35-43. The Wagyu Beef was beautifully marbled (7+) and was served atop a homemade barbecue sauce with a sriracha-like sauce ringing the plate, fava beans and a unique version of kimchi topped with mushrooms. The beef itself was fantastic and the dish rated a 4-4.5. The duck skin was tender and the breast was tender - this rated a 4. My colleague who had the barramundi said it was the best fish she has ever eaten. The barramundi itself rated a 4.5, but unfortunately the curried potatoes that accompanied it were very disappointing. The overall dish rated a 3.5-4. With the mains we enjoyed a Capri Salad (Caprese), Mashed Potatoes and Hand Cut Chips with Aioli. The Capri Salad and Mashed Potatoes were both average and rated 3-3.5, but the hand cut chips with aioli were exceptional and rated 4.5. We finished the meal with a round of desserts including an Affogato, two Panna Cotta with Pear, three Salted Caramel Parfaits and a cheese plate including a Lingot Triple Cream Brie and Taleggio. The Affogato and Salted Caramel Parfaits were both extremely well received and rated 4. The cheeses were just what you would expect and rated 3.5. Unfortunately, the Panna Cotta hadn’t set and was still liquid. Recognising this, the server informed the kitchen and these were removed from the bill. Overall, our experience at Cinco Bistro was quite enjoyable. We also appreciated that in addition to a full bar and extensive wine list, they are BYO and charge a very reasonable corkage. I look forward to returning to Cinco Bistro and give it a hearty recommendation.


Alphonso Russel Sr.
Alphonso Russel Sr.

My colleagues and I enjoyed a lovely dinner at Cinco Bistro in Camp Hill, an up-scale (not quite fine dining) bistro, where Chef Peter Stubbs serves up delicious 'Modern Australian' fare with a twist - utilising the best of Queensland's fresh produce and incorporating Asian and Mexican influences to make an otherwise European menu his own. We began our meal with the Pea & Prosciutto Arancini with Aioli ($10), two Mooloolaba King Prawn Salads ($21), the Potato Gnocchi with Pork and Fennel Sausage ($22), Foie Gras ($21) and two orders of Scallops wrapped in Bacon ($22). The arancini were lovely and rated 3.5-4. The prawn salads were a bit dry and could have used more dressing, but were still very enjoyable and rated 3.5. The potato gnocchi with pork and fennel sausage was served with black truffle and parmesan cheese - a close second to 1889 Enoteca's gnocchi - and rated 4-4.5. The Foie Gras was smooth, creamy and abundant - this rated 4.5. The scallops... read more


Harmon Kertzmann
Harmon Kertzmann

I have been here a number of times and it is always good, hits the mark every time. Great quality food, clean classy decor, nice wine selection. We had the 3 course lunch special last visit and it was spot on.


Reta Jast
Reta Jast

Arranged the New Year Eve dinner at this one hatted restauarant. Since it is the only one-hatted at this side of the town, my expectation was set slightly high. It was a busy night and there were only three wait-staffs running the show. We were told by the manger that some of the staffs rang up to take sick leave in the afternoon.... however, they did manage to offer fine service and it was much appreciated. Well, food was another story. First of all, we were let down because they stop serving any quail as the entree so we ordered the Charcyuterie board to share, which was average. The Wagyu Rump was slightly overcooked on some portion but the Portobello Mushroom deserved thumb up. Hero should be the Lamb rack which was done perfectly. Side dish of the roasted cumin pumpkin was delicious. The serious let down should be the desserts of Apple Tart and Greek custard. We did not have the feeling of enjoying the dessert. One comment is that they should be careful on chosing Tea leaves since the Lemongrass & Ginger was bland. As an one-hatted restaurant, Cinco sounds weaker than the others in town, say Deer Duck Bistro (Milton), Public (CBD) or Thomas Reserve (Spring Hill). These restaurants did showcase why they are one-hatted with fine dining standard meals and nice drink menu. I think the chefs should pay attention to the dish plating technique and overall Cinco needs time to be more mature.....


Jasper Bednar
Jasper Bednar

Arranged the New Year Eve dinner at this one hatted restauarant. Since it is the only one-hatted at this side of the town, my expectation was set slightly high. It was a busy night and there were only three wait-staffs running the show. We were told by the manger that some of the staffs rang up to take sick leave in the afternoon.... however, they did manage to offer fine service and it was much appreciated. Well, food was another story. First of all, we were let down because they stop serving any quail as the entree so we ordered the Charcyuterie board to share, which was average. The Wagyu Rump was slightly overcooked on some portion but the Portobello Mushroom deserved thumb up. Hero should be the Lamb rack which was done perfectly. Side dish of the roasted cumin pumpkin was delicious. The serious let down should be the desserts of Apple Tart and Greek custard. We did not have the feeling of enjoying the dessert. One comment is that they should be careful on... read more


Helena Schiller
Helena Schiller

Delicious! Very attentive service; our water was never sitting low. The food was delicious and presentation was beautiful. However, I was seated next to the steps and every time someone accessed the steps, I could feel compression in the floorboards. No major dramas but it became a slight distraction during dinner.


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Carindale

Carindale

Amenities

  • Gluten Free Options
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Full Bar
  • Reservations
  • Seating
  • Waitstaff
  • Serves Alcohol
  • Wine And Beer
  • Accepts Mastercard
  • Accepts Visa
  • Delivery
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Parking Available
  • Highchairs Available
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Special Occasions
  • Large Groups
  • Local Cuisine
  • Takeout
  • Takeaway
  • Kids