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Mouth watering: Slow cooked for six hours, Barcella's delectable King Henry lamb shanks are always a popular dish. Photo: Shutterstock.

Mouth watering: Slow cooked for six hours, Barcella's delectable King Henry lamb shanks are always a popular dish. Photo: Shutterstock.

Queensland is famous around Australia and across the globe for it’s beautiful weather, stunning beaches and of course it’s wide variety of delicious food.

The Greater Brisbane area and surrounding regions provide a smorgasbord of exquisite seafood, tender steaks and fresh produce, enabling local eateries to devise mouthwatering creations.

With a reputation built on providing quality, consistency and value, Fish on Fire is one such restaurant who is making the most of the great range of seafood available.

Fabulously fresh: With a wide range of delicious seafood on their doorstep, Fish on Fire offer great taste at affordable prices. Photo: Shutterstock.

Fabulously fresh: With a wide range of delicious seafood on their doorstep, Fish on Fire offer great taste at affordable prices. Photo: Shutterstock.

Whether dining in or grabbing some take away to enjoy down by the ocean, Fish on Fire offers a wide variety of meals including BBQ prawn skewers, crumbed calamari and grilled sea perch.

They also offer other styles of meals such as lasagne and salads, that you can enjoy in their recently renovated restaurant which includes a new indoor dining area with booths, banquette seating and a lounge area, along with an outdoor dining area.

Another business who is taking dining to a new level is Barcella. Barcella has a Spanish and Mediterranean influence on their offerings and is available at two popular venues in Carindale and Victoria Point

Whether you fancy a hearty Paella, feel like a Creme Catalana or want to indulge in some delectable Churros with dipping chocolate, Barcella offers and all day breakfast along with a great selection of pizza, pasta, tapas and other dishes.

From grilled Atlantic Salmon to slow cooked Pollo Rollos, the options available at Barcella’s mean you can come back and try something new each visit, getting to savour the unique flavours and individual dishes that are on offer.

Sweet Tooth: From Creme Catalana and Sizzling Brownies to Churros with dipping chocolate, there is always room for dessert. Photo: Shutterstock.

Sweet Tooth: From Creme Catalana and Sizzling Brownies to Churros with dipping chocolate, there is always room for dessert. Photo: Shutterstock.

Open seven days for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Barcella Restaurant at Victoria Point overlooks the lake and provides a blended inside and outside dining experience to match the taste of its Mediterranean menu.

Monthly chef’s specials are always a hit with this month serving up tasty slow cooked King Henry lamb shanks, sourced from the Victoria's Goldfields region. 

Coming in at a whopping 530gm each, these are slow cooked for six hours and then served with a secret sauce accompanied with truffle infused potato mash and green beans, which will surely get your mouth watering. 

The wine list at Barcella includes a wide range of local and Spanish wines to match the food, along with a range of international beers and spirits. There is a selection of drinks priced at $5 each, all day, everyday, so there is no need to wait for happy hours, just drop in and enjoy a drink or two in a friendly setting. 

Barcella also throws into the mix live music every Friday and Saturday night which showcases local talent from Redlands and the surrounding region.