AROUND THE WORLD IN JUST ONE LANE

Itching to get away to an exotic destination? Craving authentic, mouth-watering cuisine? Well, look no further than Fish Lane. Enjoy all the tantalising tastes our beautiful street has to offer with these six incredible dishes. Your culinary journey awaits!

 

Julius Pizzeria (Italian) – Tartufo Pizza

Who wouldn’t rather be walking the summer streets of Italy with the scent of wood-fired pizza in the air? Enjoy a hearty Mozzarella, smoked bacon, portobello mushrooms, stracchino and truffle paste pizza in the warmth of Julius’ delightful warehouse-style space.

 

Hello Please (Vietnamese) – Bun Cha

Take to the streets of Vietnam with Bun Cha, a delicious balance of noodles, herbs galore, a beautiful dressing and marinated meats cooked over fire. Hello Please’s version that boasts grilled pork meatballs, pork belly, vermicelli, pickled vegies, and Nuoc Cham is bound to please the taste buds.

 

Five Sister (Greek) – Tapas Platters

A family run café and bar perfect for all occasions – Panorea Nina and her beautiful daughter’s Greek heritage is sure to inspire your adventurous side! Test out their Tapas Platters with pita bread, house-made tzatziki sauce, chicken souvlaki, lamb souvlakia, grilled halloumi, dolmathes and baby octopus. With this many choices, there’s surely a taste for everyone.

 

La Lune (French) – Cheese & Charcuterie Board

Enjoy a classy Parisian evening with a Cheese & Charcuterie Board paired back with a glass of wine at La Lune! For that authentic French night, pair Chevre du Pelussin goat’s cheese with leek & lemon, wagyu carpaccio, wild rice, tamarind and pea charcuterie.

 

Nöm (Middle Eastern) – Shakshuka

Indulge yourself in a Middle Eastern Shakshuka dish for only $18 for a stunning brunch. Dressed in striking décor and throwing nods to its older, Paddington-based sibling, mornings look brighter with South Brisbane’s Nöm.

 

Those pesky culinary desires still not fulfilled? Good thing Fish Lane is long and still has plenty to share!