Ready for a quacking good feed?

Get ready to play Duck Duck Pinot, Brisbane! From July 12 – 28, Fish Lane is turning up the heat with an exciting food and wine celebration you won’t want to miss. Participating foodie favourites will be serving up their own unique duck dish, paired perfectly with a delectable glass of pinot. And the best part? Every delicious combo is under $55.

Whether you’re craving crispy duck confit, savoury duck wontons, or juicy duck ragu, we’ve got it all. And, of course, each dish is accompanied by a glass of the finest pinot to warm you up this season. It’s a feast fit for a foodie game of Duck Duck Goose – but with a lot more flavour and fun.

Check out what each venue is offering:

Hello Please

Hello Please is saying hello to your taste buds with their new Crispy Duck Wontons. These little pockets of joy, filled with sweet and sour plum and leek oil, are paired with a luscious pinot. Although, one just isn’t enough…trust us.

La Lune

La Lune’s Duck Pithivier – a classic French pie – is as delightful as it sounds. Pair this flaky, savoury goodness with the venue’s very own pinot, and you’ve got yourself a très magnifique meal. Bon appétit!


Maeve is elevating the duck game with their duck ham and parfait on choux pastry, topped with Davidson Plum and cucumber. It’s an elegant dish that pairs perfectly with a warm and delightful pinot. Sophisticated, yet fun.


If you haven’t tried Julius’ pappardelle al ragù d’anatra, this is your chance! Even though it has appeared on and off their menu, the flat ribbon pasta with a duck and tomato ragu remains an absolute crowd favourite. Wash it down with their 2022 In Dreams pinot noir from Yarra Valley, and you are set for a splendid night. 


Whoever said Midtown could only do martinis was wrong. They are here to showcase their 2022 Delamere Flyleaf ‘pinot ‘noir from Tamar, Tasmania to pair beautifully alongside a new menu item, their slow-cooked confit duck leg with broad beans, peas, zucchini, orange segments & jus.

Bar Rosa

Who said gnocchi is just for potatoes? Bar Rosa’s ricotta dough gnocchi with duck and tomato ragu is a game changer. Pair it with a Famile Roux pinot noir from Burgundy, and you’re set for a culinary adventure.

Chu The Phat

Chu The Phat is redefining comfort food with tea salted duck legs, duck egg noodles, mushrooms, and garlic butter. Sip on a Coldstream Hills pinot noir Glass, and you’ll be in foodie heaven. Who knew comfort could taste so good?


Southside’s duck ragu with handmade house noodles & Benny’s chilli has always been a people pleaser, and it’s still as delicious as ever, especially with a glass of pinot. But don’t miss out on their new addition: roast duck and bamboo pan-fried gyoza with chinkiang vinegar & ginger. Why choose just one when you can have both? 

Don’t be a goose, secure your spot at your favourite Fish Lane foodie spot today.

July 12 - 28

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