The humble fish and chips has never looked quite so good!
Paper Fish has o-fish-ially (soz, you know we love a good pun!) opened its doors on Little Stanley Street this week and is set to become a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike.
The concept is the latest to be brought to Brisbane from Melbourne’s Van Haandel Group, the same team behind South Bank’s iconic Stokehouse Q (so you know it’s going to be good!).
Specialising in healthier alternatives to the traditional fish and chips offering, Paper Fish’s menu focuses on simple (and delicious!) meals made with fresh and locally-sourced produce.
There’s three types of fish to choose from (Barramundi, Blue Grenadier and Salmon) and a range of salads and tasty bites to pair them with – think Japanese potato cakes, calamari rings and chips with secret seasoning. The coconut prawn tacos with avocado and chipotle mayo also deserve a mention – these babies are amazing!
As for drinks, the house-made Granitas are an absolute must-try – our pick is the watermelon and mint.
With a prime position across from the Parklands, you can choose to either dine in or grab your meal to-go and find a nice spot on the Little Stanley Street lawns or down by the river.
Run, don’t walk…