Win one of six $250 dining vouchers for the ultimate date night experience
With the most romantic day of the year right around the corner, you may be looking to treat a special someone in your life to a romantic dinner date. Fall in love at first bite at one of Brisbane City’s many fine-dining restaurants, some of which have been awarded for their five-star dining experiences. If you’re struggling to narrow down the list of top-tier restaurants to spend date night, let us help you out with a few of our favourites that are sure to get your heart racing and taste buds dancing.
Walter’s Steakhouse: One of the most impressive of the steak-centric restaurants is Brisbane City’s Walter’s Steakhouse, which is bringing back old-world charm and pairing it with fare inspired by European brasseries and high-class New York steakhouses. For a truly romantic feast, we recommend sharing the restaurant’s signature porterhouse, which is dry aged and cut in house, followed by a decadent rhubarb and strawberry crumble for dessert.
Massimo Restaurant & Bar: Italian-inspired sibling of Opa Bar + Mezze, Massimo takes a streamlined approach to Italian cuisine, serving up uncomplicated dishes that use fresh produce and genuine flavours to do the talking. Tantalising new eats include whipped ricotta dip with house bread, spaghetti with veal and pork meatballs, porchetta served with leek and lentils, mussels with garlic, white wine and parsley, and house doughnuts filled with Nutella and pistachio cream.
Rothwell’s Bar & Grill: If an elevated dining experience is what you’re seeking for you and your beau, look no further than Rothwell’s Bar & Grill. Steak tartare, tagliarini with sea urchin, five kinds of steak and beef Wellington are just a handful of the stand-out items on Rothwell’s menu, while ice-cold martinis and a stellar wine list help give a sense of what kind of epicurean experience awaits.
Alchemy Restaurant + Bar: Known for conjuring vibes of the romantic kind, Alchemy Restaurant + Bar offers sweeping views of the Story Bridge and Brisbane River. Inspired by classical French cuisine, Alchemy is renowned for its gastronomic delights that are sure to put you under their spell. Trust us when we say the gnocchi alla vodka is sure to get your heart racing!
Donna Chang: Anchored by Sichuan and Cantonese inspirations, Donna Chang offers a modern take on Chinese fare, sourcing experienced hands from Australia and further abroad to deliver authentic flavours made with predominantly Queensland ingredients. From delicate dim sum to succulent Southern rock lobster, Donna Chang’s menu is stacked top to tail with deliciousness.
Malt Dining: If you’re looking for somewhere intimate to take your date, then Malt Dining is the spot for you. Malt’s Asian-influenced menu encompasses tongue-tantalising savoury dishes like fresh oysters with cayenne and watermelon hot sauce, Korean-style pork belly, and the Malt brownie with pistachio and mandarin.To celebrate Valentine’s Day, The Weekend Edition has partnered with The City to give six lucky readers a $250 dining voucher to use at one of Brisbane City’s favourite restaurants including Walter’s, Massimo, Rothwell’s, Alchemy, Donna Chang and Malt Dining. The total prize pool value is $1500 – enter now for your chance to win.
Competition closes Wednesday February 8 at 11:59 pm. Winner will be contacted via phone and email by 5:00 pm the following dayhttps://theweekendedition.com.au/win/beda-dining-vouchers-2023/