It's the typical culinary conundrum: sometimes, your taste buds are just screaming out for dishes from a few different restaurants. If you're in Brisbane, perhaps you feel like some French-leaning fare from Restaurant Two followed by a taste of Japan's best from Saké? Or maybe you want to munch on the much awarded and applauded goodness that is Esquire and Urbane's respective menus, one after the other?
Thanks to a trio of local foodies, now you can. In fact, you can enjoy meals from all four — aka some of the city's best degustation places — at one event. The first-of-its-kind eating experience is called Bite Sip Stroll after the European style of dining out. There, indulging in a plate at one place and then a drink at another, and just wandering between eateries in general, is a common occurrence.
Basically, it's a moving feast of cuisine and wine pairings, as well as a brief walking tour of Brissie's best inner-city, river-adjacent spots. You'll pay $119 per head for the privilege, but when are you ever going to have a lunch like this again? Tickets are limited to 320 people in total, so we suggest getting yours as quick as you can.