After a two-year hiatus, Bacchus restaurant is back. From Friday, May 20, the people of Brisbane can once again bask in the luxury of Bacchus – and experience the very best fine dining Brisbane has to offer.
Named after the ancient mythological god of wine, Bacchus well and truly lives up to its name. Appropriately housed inside the Rydges Hotel in South Bank, their considered menu is a celebration of Australian produce, accompanied by the best signature products the world has to offer. Each dish painstakingly prepared and presented, paired perfectly with a truly superb wine list.
Feast on Longreach kangaroo tartare with beetroot and camel cheese, risotto with Brisbane Valley quail, pumpkin seeds and lime and Rainbow Beach champagne lobster with macadamia, just to name a few. For those of you with a sweet tooth, you will love Bacchus’ indulgent chamomile & honey dessert featuring Bee One Third honey, lemon and Maleny Dairy cream.
Bacchus is back, Brisbane – bigger and better than ever.