Prepare to be excited as Good Food Month launches in Brisbane throughout July, bringing exciting options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

There’s almost 150 fun, funky and fabulous events lined up for Brisbane’s first Good Food Month throughout July that will keep food lovers occupied from breakfast through to late night suppers in a four week feast.

We’ve waited a long time for our own Night Noodle Markets but they’ll be taking over the Cultural Forecourt at South Bank from July 17 to July 27.  Expect to be greeted by the aromas of charcoal-grilled yakitori sticks, gyoza, steaming bowls of Vietnamese pho and ramen noodles.

Putting aside logistics and a possible food overload,  here are my top five picks for the month.  I hope to see you there!

Spanish Family Sunday Roast at Gordita

All the fun with none of the cleaning up. It’s a different region of Spain for each of the four Sundays in July and a bargain at $35 a person.

Pho Sake at Sake Restaurant & Bar

Inventive Sake head chef Shinichi Maeda dishes up a six course evening feast of Vietnamese cuisine at Sake on July 10 from 6.30pm to 10 pm. Cost is $79 per person and includes a Tanqueray cocktail on arrival.

Tastes of Spain at Peasant

Brisbane becomes Barcelona with the traditional Spanish tapas on offer at this dinner On July 6 and 22 from 7pm to 9.30pm.  Expect pimientos de padron, jamon and empanadillas and more served banquet style with matched wines.  Cost is $85 per person.

The Sustainable Lunch at Stokehouse

Discover how flavour and sustainability work together at this lunch where chef Richard Ousby shares his favourite produce and discusses their harvesting methods. Go sustainable with seafood, vegetables, pork and honey. The lunch costs $130 and includes matched wine.

A Venetian Sensory Degustation at Bacchus

Take a gastronomic voyage to the Venetian era with the music of Vivaldi and Arban’s Carnival of Venice played by a Queensland Symphony Orchestra ensemble. There are four courses of Venetian classics to be enjoy and matched wines for the cost of $249. The dinner is on July 30 from 6.30pm to 11pm.

Browse the full program of Good Food Month events.