Latin restaurants in Brisbane with a fusion twist
There are also several Latin restaurants in Brisbane which take a more groundbreaking approach. For instance, at Fogata on James Street in Fortitude Valley, the menu ranges freely across Brazil, Argentina, Peru and the Andes to bring together a delicious mix of old and new. Specials include huevos rancheros (tortillas laden with fried eggs, chorizo and chillies), grilled chicken with chimichurri (parsley and garlic salsa) and feijoada (a slow-cooked pork and black bean stew). Such establishments are worth visiting for their seafood, too, with fresh new takes on paella and ceviche (raw fish cured in lime juice).