Wake up to eight courses of gourmet brunching on King Street | Gourmand and Gourmet

Wake up to eight courses of gourmet brunching on King Street

King Street is making it reign.

It’s a Saturday morning. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the various venues of  King Street are preparing to take you on a three-hour, eight-course culinary journey. Strap in! 

The Long Brunch is back for another year on Saturday, December 14; send your taste buds on a journey around the globe without leaving King Street, with a delicious mix of flavours from sweet to savoury, and all washed down with plenty of bubbles.

The food and lifestyle precinct in the heart of Bowen Hills is home to some of Brisbane’s best chefs and eateries, and the Long Brunch will see King Street’s finest deliver flavour, and plenty of it. 

The Long Brunch starts with a single origin batch brew demonstration courtesy of Kulh-Chur, ensuring you are caffeinated and ready for a morning of feasting. Enjoy a pastry-party from the talented team at King Street Bakery, before some Tex-Mex starters from El Camino Cantina.

 

Fat Dumpling will be steaming and frying more delicious starters like skewers and spring rolls, before Il Verde provides some refreshing cocktails. The main course will be dished up by The Lamb Shop, with roast lamb shoulder being the star of the show, alongside fresh Vietnamese salads from Banoi and some decadent French fare courtesy of Montrachet. Be sure to leave room for cannoli and tiramisu from Il Verde and gelato from La Macelleria, before you and your food baby call it a day…

Eight courses of enticing eats with plenty of mimosas sounds like the perfect Saturday morning to us, and for just $65 a head, The Long Brunch can not be missed. Grab your ticket here and prepare to feast!

 

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Words by Elizabeth Markwell
- the gourmet who certainly won't be eating for the rest of the day.