A cheese-lover’s guide to Fish Lane
From boards for sharing to pizzas laden with the good stuff, there are so many spots worth exploring along Fish Lane when you need to indulge a craving for all things creamy, stretchy and smelly!
Burrata at Maeve Wine
While they do offer a cracking cheeseboard, our eyes are on the menu’s burrata! Maeve serves theirs with blistered grapes and 25-year-old Pedro Ximenez balsamic, perfect for pairing with a glass from their ample wine list.
Cheese soufflé at Billykart
For an indulgent brunch, Billykart’s fluffy cheese soufflé is served with your choice of bacon or cured ocean trout, poached eggs and herb hollandaise. Because why not start your day with something cheesy?
Spuntini at Bar Brutus
It wouldn’t be an Italian-style bar without some cheese! Snack on fluffy focaccia with mortadella and buffalo mozzarella, or creamy burrata with tomato and olive salsa and taralli at this funky corner bar
Jala-Macca-Peño Poppers at Big Roddy’s Rippin’ Rib Shack
Yes, they’re outrageous, but these scalding-hot bites at Big Roddy’s are a must-try creation! We’re talking crispy fried jalapenos stuffed with mac ’n’ cheese AND mozzarella for an incredible cheese overload.
Cheese plates at Gauge
Either as an addition to their set menus, or just for a drop-in nibble, the cheese offering at Gauge is off the scale, with the likes of buffalo blue or Section 28’s Mont Priscilla taleggio with quince, pickled walnut and rye sourdough crackers.
Valtellina pizza at Julius
While most of the pizzas at Julius are, naturally, topped with cheese, the Valtellina is topped with THREE types of cheese (mozzarella, gorgonzola, and shavings of parmigiano) as well as bresaola and radicchio.
Cheeseboard at La Lune Wine Co
Because what goes together better than wine and cheese? La Lune offers a rotating selection of cheeses served with house-made condiments, pickles, bread and crackers.
Now, for the ultimate decision: hard or soft?