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Gourmand vs Gourmet on EatClub

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When it comes to discounts, there are two schools.

The first are those who are just in for a bargain (any bargain!) and love to reap a discount wherever possible. The second get strategic, enjoying the finer things for the cost of the… less fine things.

Luckily, EatClub facilitates both of these approaches with their deals to a diverse list of restaurants all over town. Just claim a live deal in the app to enjoy deals from 20- 50% off your entire bill! First-time EatClub users can use the code G-AND-G for an additional 20% off their bills (Ts and Cs apply).

We’ve found the best gourmand and gourmet options for a range of cuisines on EatClub Brisbane, so you can find a winner whether you’re strapped for cash and craving a burg, or looking to impress on a fancy night out!

Pasta

Gourmand: The Spaghetti House

Spag by name, spag by nature. Grab a bow of rich spaghetti ragu alla Bolognese, and maybe a cheeky pane all’aglio (that’s garlic bread, mate) at South Bank’s The Spaghetti House. With 20% off from 11am-3pm, Monday-Thursday, it’s a perfect guilt-free lunch treat!

Gourmet: Motorwagen

One of the standout dishes at the CBD’s new venue, Motorwagen, is the culurgiones prepped with love by Milanese chef, Dario Manca. Bite into 30% off these perfect folds of fresh pasta filled with potato and pecorino, served covered in cacio e pepe sauce and finished with nduja oil – fancier than nonna’s place, that’s for sure.

Japanese

Gourmand: Harajuku Gyoza (various locations)

Everyone loves dumplings, and everyone loves discounts! Harajuku Gyoza regularly offers 30% off via EatClub, meaning you can get your fill of poached duck gyoza, grilled pork and prawn gyoza, and (alert) mozzarella-filled gyoza! Finish things off with their signature raindrop cake, and head home satisfied with your stinginess.

Gourmet: Saké Eagle Street Pier

This one’s for the fancy folk! Indulge in Saké’s contemporary Japanese menu, and experience their signature dishes like kingfish sashimi with housemade kosho, popcorn shrimp tempura, and miso-glazed toothfish. Go all-out and grab one of their new gin bowl cocktails, and revel in your 25% discount, available 12-2 and 7:30-9:30, Sunday-Thursday.

Snacks and drinks

Gourmand: TSO

Sometimes, you just need to gather the gang for bevs and bites. TSO has you covered with EatClub discounts of 30%, so you can get stuck into wedges with bourbon ketchup, devilled eggs with smoked trout, and plates of fried chicken with wines, beers, and classic cocktails – even when payday feels ages away.

Gourmet: Eleven Rooftop Bar

Go ahead and take a looooooong lunch – Eleven offers 25% discounts so you can get sky-high with jamon and Manchego croquettes, ocean trout carpaccio, and classic beef tartare at this rooftop stunner, where cocktails like The Bradshaw (a fresh take on the cosmo) and the Birthday Cake (it’s exactly what you imagine) await!

Pan-Asian

Gourmand: Junk Southbank

Cheap pre-movie meal? Head to Junk Southbank for fluffy chicken katsu bao, cha siu pork spring rolls, and beef brisket red curry with charred corn. Grab a few Asahi to wash down your discount dinner, and drink in those discounts of 25-30%.

Gourmet: Superfly Funk Eye

Grab a few glasses from Superfly’s list of minimal intervention, sustainable wines and chao down on dishes like bao with pork belly and kimchi, wagyu bresaola with mustard and cereal cracker, and market fish with daikon radish and ponzu. Go ahead and try something new – you’ve got 20% off to enjoy.

Whichever way you do discounts, don’t forget the code G-AND-G for an extra 20% off for first-time EatClub users!

 

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Words by Georgia Condon
- the gourmet who sees a deal, and eats it.