Had been waiting a while to arrange a dinner at E'cco, so excitement levels were high. Friends had given pretty good reviews so we had fairly high expectations going in. Even though we had a reservation, we had to wait 20 minutes to be seated. Not a great start, but hey, at least we could... read more
To much anticipation by Philip Johnson's strong local following, e'cco...
To much anticipation by Philip Johnson's strong local following, e'cco bistro opened its doors in 1995, starting what has turned out to be a Brisbane landmark restaurant. Located in an historic building on the fringe of Brisbane's central business district, the century old former tea warehouse oozes with character an ambiance. Almost twenty years on, e'cco underwent a total refurbishment in October of 2014, giving it a contemporary look, yet preserving the inviting, warm bistro feel that has stood the test of time.
As Philip says "We do as little as possible with the best ingredients available."