The owner of an upmarket Brisbane restaurant and two of his employees have been arrested as part of a police operation targeting a drug and ice network.
Daniel Bernard Milos, 40, was arrested on Friday along with four others after police and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission swooped to close a 14-month operation.
The Toowong-based restaurant, Mariosarti, was raided by police as part of the probe.
More than 30 charges have been laid and drugs with an estimated street value of $750,000 have been seized.
Others arrested were named as Ryan David McIver, 29, Brad Matthew Watt, 42, Rebecca Jane Graham, 38 and Konstantine Giovanos, 35.
McIver is listed on the restaurant's website as the head chef, while Graham describes herself as the restaurant's payroll manager on her LinkedIn profile.
Investigators have commenced proceedings to confiscate cars, property and assets under Queensland's proceeds of crime laws.