Caviar isn't the type of food you eat every day. Nine courses of caviar — well, that's a meal that probably hasn't ever crossed your mind. That's what's on offer at Bacchus' decadent caviar degustation dinner. If you thought their five-course truffle degustation was indulgent, this takes treating yo'self to a whole other level yet again.
From October 3 to 21, the South Bank restaurant will be whipping up a showcase of the best caviar from around the world, including Australia's own. On the menu is sashimi and yoghurt with Russian sturgeon caviar, wild scampi caviar from Western Australia, a caviar and ravioli combo, caviar and cheese, and a finale dish that'll apparently leave a lasting impression.
To be honest, the whole dinner should — surprising no one, this caviar-tastic experience doesn't come cheap. In fact, it's a bust-open-the-piggy-bank kind of meal, costing $249 per person. If you've found a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, opt for the version with continuous Ruinart R de Ruinart Champagne for $399, and ponder the fact that you'll likely never have a dinner this fancy again.