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A meaty must… When you’re almost smacked in the face by a display of hanging meat in ageing cabinets upon entering Regatta Boatshed, you’ll wonder whether you’ve just stepped foot into a suburban abattoir. Although this isn’t the case this certainly sets the scene for whats to come at this much loved local in Toowong - and as you can probably guess, that’s a lot of meat. For all you meat-loving carnivores out there - get excited, the impressive lineup of dry and wet aged steaks will not disappoint. With fourteen different cuts to choose from (expect everything from a petite 180g Diamantina eye fillet ($27.90) to a 1kg rib eye on the bone ($99.90)), it’s fair to say there are more than enough cuts for the picking. Not a meat lover? Breathe a sigh of relief because non-steak lovers are well catered for too. To give steaks the gold star for best dish would be a somewhat obvious choice so we’re shining light on a surprising sweet, the lemon tart. Don’t leave the premises without trying this sweet sensation, it’s quite possibly one of the best in the country, giving France a run for it’s money too. Think short pastry with a silky filling and summery lemon gelato on the side. In other words...it's pure heaven.