Arts + Culture, Leisure, Movers + ShakersMay 20, 2024 / 7 minute read

New restaurants and cafes in Logan

Looking for the latest and greatest in where to eat, drink and play in the City of Logan? 

From the fluffiest Greek pitas to cheese foam bubble tea, we’ve compiled a list of the newest local establishments you need to know about. Remember to bookmark this page as it will be continuously updated! 

David’s Master Pot

Enjoy the art of ‘malatang’, where you pick your soup base, ingredients and condiments for a one-of-a-kind Chinese dining experience. If you’re not in the mood for soup, give the spicy signature stir-fry pot a try.

Shop 32, 11/21 Kingston Road, Underwood

Orange Tea

The newest bubble tea enterprise in Kingston Underwood is shaking up a combination of fun flavours and classics like pearl milk tea. Try out the Passionfruit QQ if you’re in the mood for something fun and refreshing.

Shop 33, 11/21 Kingston Road, Underwood 

Slim’s Quality Burger

The team behind Betty’s Burgers is bringing ’50s American diner-style dining to Slacks Creek. It’s all about simplicity, taste and freshness: smashed Angus beef patties, hand-cut fries and ice cream that’s churned on-site.

200 Kingston Road, Slacks Creek

Mandu Place

A new restaurant specialising in Korean dumplings is now open in Springwood. Korean dumplings can be differentiated by the thicker dough, circular shape and more broth. Pick from flavours like kimchi pork and beef and steamed versus fried. You’ll also find fan-favourite dishes like Korean bulgolgi and karaage chicken on its menu.

7/18 Fitzgerald Avenue, Springwood

Maki Sushi

Looking for freshly made sushi rolls and other Japanese cuisine classics served with a smile? This new Japanese restaurant in Meadowbrook is receiving rave reviews for delicious fare and great portions. We’ve heard the chicken katsu curry and udon are must-haves.

261 Loganlea Road, Meadowbrook

Distillery Restaurant

There’s much to do, see, drink and now eat at the beloved Beenleigh Rum Distillery. The newly opened Distillery Restaurant’s menu is classic, rich and beautifully presented with offerings like signature beef ribs and spicy corn ribs. You’ll even get a taste of the famous Beenleigh rum if you order the sticky pork belly bites or the rum liqueur coffee creation dessert.

 142 Distillery Road, Eagleby

Korean pork hock, jokbal.

Holy Hock

If you haven’t tried the famous Korean pork hock yet, Holy Hock has set up shop in Underwood. This new restaurant serves up this Korean cuisine staple with Gooralie free range pork and the finest traditional Korean herbs, along with other fan favourites like corn cheese, seafood pancake and wagyu bulgogi beef hotpot.

Shop 29 11-21, Underwood Central, 3215 Logan Rd, Underwood

Chouette Cake

The first Chouette outpost has been 12 years in the making and is now open in Underwood. The space is stylish, airy and brimming with breads and pastries like blueberry cruffins, Portuguese tarts, macarons and more.

Shop 34, 11/21 Kingston Road, Underwood 

Croix Croissant

Get ready for buttery and flaky goodness because Melbourne’s Croix Croissant has opened in Hillcrest. Although Croix Croissant nails the classics – the plain croissant is a 3-day labour of love – it prides itself on creativity. We’ve heard great things about their cruffins, cube croissants, croissant sandwiches, a vegan-friendly range and flavours like pandan creme brulee.

85 Coronation Road, Hillcrest

Virgie’s Coffee and Filipino Pantry

Owners Cielo and John are serving Filipino fusion at its finest: beautifully purple ube lattes, scrumptious empanadas, lumpia, pork barbecue and more. The cosy and inviting space also includes a specialty grocery store where you can pick up frozen meals like sisig and pork adobo.

5/2958 Logan Road, Underwood

Wil Soon Espresso

If you’re looking to start your day off on the right foot, stop by Wil Soon Espresso in Beenleigh’s Doug Larsen Park. People often go for a cup of quality coffee and end up staying to chat with the friendly team.

Doug Larsen Park, 41 Logan Street, Beenleigh

Anka Foods

If you’re passing by Doug Larsen Park on a weekday, make a pit stop for some delicious and authentic Turkish street food at this food truck. Pick from options like Turkish gozleme, a variety of Turkish breads and Turkish pizzas – we’ve heard good things about the BBQ chicken Turkish bread. It’s best to double check the Facebook page for any changes in opening hours

Beenleigh BMX Track, Boundary Street & Logan Street, Beenleigh

Okami Japanese Restaurant

The famous Okami Japanese all you can eat has made its way to the City of Logan. This new restaurant in Springwood is the 51st Okami branch, where you can enjoy a buffet experience where each dish is freshly made to order.

18 Fitzgerald Avenue, Springwood

Ishtar Restaurant

Looking for an authentic Middle Eastern fare? Ishtar Restaurant is family-run and serves up dishes like quzi (authentic Iraqi lamb over rice), mixed grill skewers and chicken shawarma.

1-3 Achilles Drive, Springwood


The latest Korean establishment to move into Springwood Mall, Mogom serves up all the Korean cuisine favourites in generous portions. Feast on the likes of seafood pancakes, toppoki (spicy rice cake), bossam or Korean fried chicken in an assortment of flavours. Soju, wine and soju cocktails, along with a variety of sparkling fruit-ades are also available.

Shop R6/34 Fitzgerald Ave, Springwood

Frankies Place

You’ll find family-friendly comfort food and Italian fare at this new Hyperdome restaurant. Munch on classic favourites like chicken parmigiana or choose from a range of pizzas and pasta. We’ve heard good things about the pesto gnocchi.  

 64b Pacific Mwy, Loganholme 

Moomi Tea

The newest bubble tea establishment at Underwood Marketplace serves up a mix of traditional flavours, along with fruity and Yakult-based options. Try the black grape tea with cheese foam if you’re feeling adventurous.  

3215 Logan Rd, Underwood

Yiros Shop

Expect fluffy and fresh yiros, stuffed to the brim with fillings like pork kofta or grilled halloumi, at this franchise’s latest expansion. Drive-through is available, so you can pick up some baklava or honey Greek doughnuts to enjoy on the go.  

149 George St, Beenleigh

Daega Korean BBQ

The first Korean barbecue restaurant in Logan, Daega doesn’t disappoint. Gather around the table grill and feast on a full menu of quality wagyu, Korean fried chicken, and the usual crowd-pleasers like spicy soft tofu soup, bibimbap and seafood pancake. 

 Shop 7&8, 2922-2926 Logan Rd, Underwood


There’s good news for coffee enthusiasts in Logan: specialty organic coffee is now available in Slacks Creek. The Kivahan coffee is a meticulously crafted blend of 3 coffees sourced from across the globe. If you’re not a fan of caffeine, chow down on a wagyu beef burger and sip on beers, wine or cocktails.  

3/9-11 Allgas St, Slacks Creek


This cult-favourite fast food chain is bringing its beloved menu (which hasn’t changed in the past 35 years) to Cornubia. Get ready for what many consider to be the best barbecue chicken around – hot, fresh,  delicious and in sizeable portions.  

Shop 7/195 Bryants Rd, Loganholme

Never Been

The second – and bigger – iteration of Deedot Coffee House is now open in Logan. You’ll find the  same quality coffee and brunch fare, along with tap beers and cocktails in an airy, industrial space. The Reuben Benedict is a must-try.

2908 Logan Rd, Underwood

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