We actually couldn't get in anywhere else we wanted to. That was a bit of good luck on our part. The restaurant was busy but service was fast and knowledgeable. A very nice smoky smell filled the restaurant. We ordered a few starters - the olives were good.
For main course, we ordered from the grill. Lamb rump with eggplant puree was good as well as the "campoven"style lamb shoulder we had. Sides had to be purchased depending on what you wanted. We only had a few beers with dinner, but I would like to have a closer look at wine last, so can't comment too much on that aspect.
Overall, a great dining experience in Brisbane.
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