With the recent opening of the Station Road dining precinct, this week Indooroopilly also welcomes the emblazed Olé Fuego to the family.
Fuego, meaning fire, encompasses Indooroopilly Shopping Centre’s latest addition, where the flames and paella are the focus of the Spanish setting.
Fusing Australian and Spanish produce, Olé Fuego embraces a sharable dining experience, where guests can select from a range of paella, tapas and other dishes.
Menu highlights include:
De Marisoo paella – prawns, mussels, clams, fresh fish and squid. (GF)
De Pollo paella – chicken, chorizo, morcilla, mushrooms, peas and piquillo peppers (GF)
De Verduras paella – mushroom, zucchini, eggplant, peas and piquillo peppers. (GF + V)
Solomillo de Buey – dry-aged 800gm Rangers Valley “Black Onyx” sirloin, mushroom fricassee (GF)
Setas – Sautéed mushrooms, fino sherry, San Simon cheese, crusty bread, (GF + V)
Camarones – Crispy Moreton Bay school prawns, lemon aioli
Arkhefield are responsible for Fuego’s ‘rustic chic’ design and ambience of a traditional Spanish cantina.
From the paella emerging from the open kitchen to the timber bench seating, Indooroopilly’s Spanish oasis is expected to be a success with shoppers.
Olé Fuego joins Nantucket Kitchen & Bar, Harajuku Gyoza and Nitrogenie at Indooroopilly as part of the $450M development of the centre.
For more information, visit our dining guide.