Attention all Brisbane seafood lovers: here's an experience you'll want to claw your way into.
Crabs and crayfish are the main attraction at the appropriately named Crab and Cray Cray, a seafood odyssey offered by One Fish Two Fish. Running for weekend lunches in April and May (excluding Mother's Day), Crab and Cray Cray is a five-course pescatarian feast with an international flair. A newly developed menu includes a crayfish roll with saffron mayo, a Japanese-inspired crab noodles dish with miso and chilli, and even dessert in the form of a raspberry and passionfruit blondie.
This lunchtime experience is available on Friday, Saturdays and Sundays and is $69 per person or $99 per person with a two hour rose or beer package. Bookings are essential and can be made via the website.
One Fish, Two Fish is a seafood establishment in Kangaroo Park that offers something for those who wish to eat fish or to drink like a fish. The menu is a multicultural smorgasbord of mainly seafood delights, with grilled bug bao buns, Sri Lankan coconut and pumpkin curry, and Eastern European cevapi sausages an example of what to expect. Dine-in and takeaway is available from Thursday to Sunday.