George and Amal Clooney dine with Julia Roberts at a Brisbane hotel

It’s not every day you find yourself sitting in the same restaurant as Hollywood royalty.

So it’s no wonder local diners were stunned when George Clooney and wife Amal caught up for brunch with Julia Roberts at Brisbane’s Calile Hotel on Saturday.

The trio are currently staying in Queensland while George and Julia film their new movie Ticket to Paradise.

Stars on the menu: George Clooney and wife Amal (right) were seen catching up for brunch with Julia Roberts (left) at Brisbane’s Calile Hotel restaurant on Saturday

Photos taken by an onlooker show Amal, 43, and Julia, 54, on one side of the table as George, 60, sits opposite with his hands clasped and elbows resting on the table.

It is believed they dined at the Calile’s upmarket lobby bar, which boasts a menu featuring $75 rib-eye steak and a $60 charcuterie plate.

Julia looked sleek in a black long-sleeve top and gold bead necklace, and tied her hair back into a low ponytail.

Laid back: Photos taken by an onlooker show Amal, 43, and Julia, 54, on one side of the table as George, 60, (left) sits opposite with his hands clasped and elbows resting on the table

Laid back: Photos taken by an onlooker show Amal, 43, and Julia, 54, on one side of the table as George, 60, (left) sits opposite with his hands clasped and elbows resting on the table

Meanwhile, Amal looked typically stylish in a beige singlet.

The human rights lawyer parted her dark brown locks to the side and propped a pair of sunglasses on her head.

George dressed down in a simple black polo shirt and placed his sunglasses on the table in front of him.

Project: Julia and George started filming Ticket to Paradise last month on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane, and then moved to the Whitsundays shortly afterwards

Project: Julia and George started filming Ticket to Paradise last month on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane, and then moved to the Whitsundays shortly afterwards

The trio appeared to be drinking wine with their meal.

Julia and George started filming Ticket to Paradise last month on the Gold Coast and in Brisbane, and then moved to The Whitsundays shortly afterwards.

The high-profile actors play a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to stop their daughter, played by Kaitlyn Dever, from getting married.

Down Under: It was revealed in March that George and Julia were heading to Australia to film the hotly anticipated project

Down Under: It was revealed in March that George and Julia were heading to Australia to film the hotly anticipated project

The movie also stars Billie Lourd as Dever’s best friend, who travels with her to Bali, where she decides to marry a local.

It was revealed in March that George and Julia were heading to Australia to film the hotly anticipated project.

George relocated to Australia in October with Amal and the couple’s five-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella.

'You have to stay in one place for 14 days until you're finally allowed to go out and breathe': Despite spending their mandatory 14-day quarantine period at a sprawling NSW Southern Highlands estate rather than the usual hotel, George still complained about the conditions

‘You have to stay in one place for 14 days until you’re finally allowed to go out and breathe’: Despite spending their mandatory 14-day quarantine period at a sprawling NSW Southern Highlands estate rather than the usual hotel, George still complained about the conditions

Despite spending their mandatory 14-day quarantine period at a sprawling NSW Southern Highlands estate rather than the usual hotel, George still complained about the conditions.

‘You have to stay in one place for 14 days until you’re finally allowed to go out and breathe,’ he told WTF podcast host Marc Maron.

Julia also jetted into Australia in October, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9million mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse.

Quarantining in luxury: Julia also jetted into Australia in October, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9million mansion in Sydney's Vaucluse

Quarantining in luxury: Julia also jetted into Australia in October, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9million mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse

The property was the former rental home of Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch, the son and daughter-in-law of Australian-born media mogul Rupert Murdoch.

The home was patrolled by around-the-clock armed guards, while multiple chefs, waiters and housekeepers stayed with Julia as part of her travel bubble.

George and Julia are good friends in real life, having first met on the set of Ocean’s Eleven in 2001.

Dynamic duo: George and Julia are good friends in real life, having first met on the set of Ocean's Eleven back in 2001. Pictured together in 2004's Oceans Twelve

Dynamic duo: George and Julia are good friends in real life, having first met on the set of Ocean’s Eleven back in 2001. Pictured together in 2004’s Oceans Twelve

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George and Amal Clooney dine with Julia Roberts at a Brisbane hotel

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