Global flavours of Fish Lane
Are you ready for a culinary journey around the world? You don’t even have to leave Fish Lane…
Wanderlust is a feeling we all know too well. Luckily for all the foodies out there, an array of global cuisines have come together to make Fish Lane a mecca of flavour, with endless opportunities for feasting…
Hello Please is offering fresh, fragrant Vietnamese fusion right in the heart of Fish Lane! This trendy spot specialises in shared dining, with a concise menu highlighted by baos, curries, salads and nibbles like roast pork spring rolls and crispy chicken ribs.
A slice of Italy is waiting for you at the always authentic and delicious Julius Pizzeria. A Fish Lane staple, this popular spot is rolling, tossing and cooking some of Brisbane’s best pizza alongside delicious pastas, Italian mains and an extensive drinks list. Their signature pappardelle al ragù d’anatra is a must-try for carboholics!
If you’re wanting a traditional curry that is packed with flavour, the long list of options at Punjabi Palace will leave you feeling very satisfied. Run by a Punjabi family who put great amounts of love into all their dishes, we recommend going all out with the banquet, or stopping by for their lunch specials.
USA! USA! Get ready to head straight to the southern states of American, donning a bib around your neck and holding a juicy rack of ribs. This finger-licking-good shack has all the classic American eats on offer, like chilli cheese fries and jalapeno poppers stuffed with mac ‘n’ cheese, or you can go all out with the hungry horn challenge if you think you can smash a full rack of pork ribs, a double bone of beef ribs, chilli fries, 1kg of buffalo wings and a double serve of coleslaw in under 60 minutes!
Taking their wine and dining very seriously, this European wine bar oozes elegance and opulence. Maeve’s dynamic food menu focuses on European flavours with unique Australian ingredients, and the wine list will take you from Spain to Germany, Austria, Hungary and Georgia.
Chu The Phat completely changed the game when it arrived on Fish Lane, delivering Asian street flavours like we had never tasted before! Drawing inspiration from the hawker stalls of Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan, this contemporary eatery has a vibrant menu with something for everyone.
The modern-Australian menu at Gauge is overflowing with unique flavours you’ve never heard of, but will be dying to try! With an emphasis on fresh Aussie produce and powerful combinations, Gauge also serves up breakfast on the weekends, with dishes on offer like crumpet toast with leg ham, soft egg and curry mousse, or their renowned black garlic bread with brown butter and burnt vanilla.
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