5 June 2012
From Japanese raw sashimi to the fresh catch of the day, The City's seafood restaurants will have you hooked ...
Jellyfish offers first-class seafood cuisine and sensational Brisbane River and Story Bridge views. You'll be spoilt for choice with up to eight varieties of fresh fish available daily, each with recommendations on how they are best cooked, plus 21 different styles of potatoes. It's an ideal place to enjoy your favourite seafood dish while you watch the sun go down over the Story Bridge.
Saké Restaurant & Bar
Saké Restaurant & Bar serves up contemporary Japanese fare created by sushi master Shaun Presland, who draws on authentic Japanese training to present an outstanding mix of new-style sushi and classic dishes. Japanese culture is all about precision, organisation and respect. This is certainly true of the food produced at renowned restaurant Sake where each dish is sculpted into a tiny work of art – intricately perfect in its display and taste.
Sono is a peaceful haven offering divine Japanese dining. If you are a lover of sushi you will appreciate Sono's sushi bar, where chefs create sushi and sashimi in a skillful display right in front of you.
Kingsleys has a great selection of fresh seafood from all around Australia. Australian mud crabs are available seasonally, predominately from Queensland and are found in up to 3 metres of water. Their famous Alaskan King Crabs are caught in the treacherous Bering Sea in sub-zero temperatures, & snap-frozen on board the trawlers to maintain the salty-sweet taste, also features heavily on the menu.
George's Paragon Seafood Restaurant
Overlooking the Brisbane River with views of Kangaroo Point and the Story Bridge, George's Paragon Seafood Restaurant offers a wide variety of Greek inspired dishes with friendly service and a great atmosphere. Choose from the freshest seafood, traditional mediterranean as well as steak, chicken and pasta.