The fish and chipperies of South Bank
What’s better than fish and chips after a day at the beach? When you next visit Streets Beach or if you just have a hankering for seafood, here’s the various establishments that serve up with the goods at South Bank.
Offering takeaway and alfresco dining, all fish is locally sourced, ethical and environmentally friendly at South Bank’s newest fish and chippery, Paper Fish.
Where better to acquire fresh fish than Fish Lane? Ol’ School brings quality fish and thick-cut chips to South Brisbane just like the good ol’ days.
With an array of fresh and seasonal ingredients, treat yourself to a fish dish with a stunning waterfront view at River Quay Fish.
South Bank’s iconic pub, The Plough Inn Tavern, serves up its fish and chips dish in the most pub-like manner - beer battered.
Overlooking the popular Streets Beach, enjoy a meal from the sea with an endless summer vibe at Southbeach Social.
Can’t be dealing with a knife and fork? Little Big House has childhood faves fish fingers on the menu, made more adult by a complementing tartare sauce, rounded off with a side of chips.
Home of craft beer, The Charming Squire beer-batters its fish and chips with James Squire beer topped off with chunky chips, salad, tartare and lemon.
Once a rowdy sailor hang-out, now a civilised gastro-pub, get traditional with bread-crumbed fish served with chunky chips and salad.
Whether you fancy takeaway and pulling up a patch of grass in the Parklands, or dine-in with picturesque views, South Bank’s eateries are sure to fulfil your fish and chippy desires.
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