As well as having a catchy name, Kangaroo Point's One Fish Two Fish always serves up a decent catch. If you're fond of shellfish, you'll particularly agree with that statement in July. On Friday and Saturday evenings until the end of the month, the seafood eatery is focusing on crab and crayfish. Just because it's winter, that doesn't mean you can't treat yo'self.
The affordable option costs $49, and is dubbed the Feast of the Crab banquet. You'll tuck into tempura zucchini flowers filled with blue swimmer crab, then move onto charcoal bao stuffed with crispy soft shell crab, plus sriracha and lime slaw. Also on the menu: Fraser Isle spanner crab croquettes, as well as razor prawn ravioli with creamy spanner crab sauce.
If you have some cash to splash, you can also opt for a whole mud crab that's tossed in a work with ginger, soy and Asian herbs, which costs $95 per kilogram. Or, munch your way through the whole grilled crayfish with your choice of confit garlic butter or housemade XO sauce, which comes in at for $195 per kilogram.
Whichever Crab and Cray Cray Season special you pick, bookings are essential by contacting the venue.