Quietly tucked away on Gregory Terrace is a hidden gem that is still relatively new to the Brisbane food scene. Opening their doors in February this year, Six Acres Restaurant champion’s fresh Queensland produce and holds strong to the ‘paddock to plate’ philosophy.
With a menu that entices non-vegetarians and vegetarians alike, Six Acres hits the nail square on the head. A range of meals featuring a bundle of delicious locally sourced Queensland produce made deciding harder than expecting, but we got there in the end. Entrees such as antipasto, lemon pearl oysters and scallops pair amazingly alongside mains such as eggplant parmigiana and a 400-gram rib eye steak.
Switch things up a bit and pop to Six Acres for a quiet Friday or Saturday evening dinner or drinks. Yep, you read that correctly – Friday and Saturday nights tend to be the restaurants’ more ‘intimate’ evenings. And if you’re looking for a hump day treat, Six Acres is definitely the place to be for a cheeky Wine-Not-Wednesday! Pair a glass of vino with a tiramisu and an espresso reduction and you’re sure to make it along to Friday with ease.