Go shucking crazy Brisbane, this Oyster Frenzy just dropped and it’s one you won’t want to miss.

Oyster Frenzy at One Fish Two Fish Kangaroo Point Brisbane

Oyster lovers can have all their dreams come true this Australia Day long weekend, thanks to One Fish Two Fish’s brand new Oyster Frenzy.

For just $59 each, you can enjoy 18 fresh Pacific oysters served over six courses – each showcasing an array of flavours, just to get those tastebuds tingling. The first course will be natural oysters with lemon and tabasco followed by squid ink tempura battered with Asian salad and sriracha aioli, tarragon and garlic butter pangrattato, oak-aged chardonnay mignonette granita, three cheese baked, and limoncello and finger lime caviar.

Oyster Frenzy at One Fish Two Fish

And just to make it even harder to stay away, you will also be served a glass of prosecco or Stone & Wood Pacific Ale on arrival, included in the package. However if you’re still after another drink while you make your way through the six flavoursome courses, additional beverages will be available for purchase throughout your unique dine-in experience.

Owners of One Fish Two Fish Amelia and Dan Miletic said although they always have oysters on the menu, they wanted to expand from “traditional options” and offer something new.

“Oyster lovers are a specific group and we wanted to cater to those who really get on board with trying new flavours,” they said.

Oyster Frenzy at One Fish Two Fish

Amelia and Dan said they were “overwhelmed” with the positive response since launching the event.

“Within 24 hours, our order for oysters (was) already at 210 dozen oysters!”

“Considering the excellent response we’ve had to this year’s event, we’ll definitely look towards bringing the frenzy back to town next year.”

The Oyster Frenzy will be held on January 24, 25 and 26 from 12-9pm at One Fish Two Fish, Kangaroo Point, and bookings are essential. Please note that Friday January 24 has been booked out, but if you get in quick you can still book for Saturday and Sunday! To book click here.

Jess is a journalist who grew up on the Sunshine Coast before relocating to Sydney to finish her final years of schooling and then returning to Brisbane for university. Her passions lay in food and drink, event and entertainment editorial pieces and she enjoys keeping up to date with all things Brisbane. She credits her dedication, passion and love for journalism to her time spent in Gladstone as a cadet journalist – what she considers her most valuable experience in the field to date. On her days off (which are rare) you will find her with an almond chai latte in one hand and a book in another while probably still answering her work emails