Escape the cold on Fish Lane with these winter warmers
As the temperatures drop and our winter coats come out of our cupboards, the eateries of Fish Lane are serving up perfect winter plates to give us the warm and fuzzies!
The fare served up at Julius is all things hearty and warming, with wood-fired pizza, pasta and rich Italian mains aplenty (and the outdoor heaters warming up the lane!). The drinks menu is heavy on both European and Aussie vino, as well as fortifying Italian amari to enjoy.
Maeve is the perfect place for getting cosy, ordering a bottle of full-bodied red, and enjoying a steaming confit duck lasagne al forno (literally straight out of the oven!). If we could spend every winter’s night like this, we would.
The humble bib is an article of clothing that doesn’t necessarily offer warmth, but does protect one from the messiness of certain foods.
Hoeing into a rack of ribs at Big Roddy’s is an ideal way to spend a chilly July day. With a menu full of warmers like pulled pork, poutine and chilli fries, Big Roddy’s has comfort written all over it.
Cups offers a range of jaffles alongside classic cafe eats and drinks, and the truffle, garlic and thyme mushroom with Swiss cheese and rosemary butter is an ideal winter treat – toasted to perfection and full of hearty flavours.
With an ever-changing tasting menu curated around the produce and conditions of the season, La Lune’s current menu takes diners on a journey through Europe, with food and wine that marry perfectly.
Whether you’re strictly a strong cappuccino drinker or you’re experimenting with warming herbal teas, a hot drink at Hoo Ha certainly hits the spot on a woolly morning!
Sweet, sour, sticky, spicy… Chu The Phat’s menu encompasses the very best of Asian cuisine, whatever the weather! During the colder months, Nanna Anna’s chilli chicken is a hit, alongside the shui zhy yu (spicy fish stew) and Chu chicken katsu.
One lane, endless possibilities for winter warmers!