Usually, five courses of lobster is an expensive and indulgent meal — the kind that makes you break open the piggy bank, don your fanciest threads and lap up a big night out. But for a week at Fortitude Valley's SK Steak & Oyster, it's simply part of the menu for the immensely affordable price of $85.
The reason: Australia's lobster industry finds itself overstocked, with shipments to China cancelled at present. That means more Tasmanian rock lobster left at home, so SK has snapped up plenty — turning it into raw lobster tartare, classic lobster cocktails, lobster risotto and butter-baked lobster, plus lobster mash and lobster salad.
Eat your way through all of the above at the Calile Hotel's latest addition, with the five-course menu available for a week from Friday, February 7.
Understandably, bookings are essential — because, as the frenzy surrounding Betty's Burger's lobster roll has demonstrated, lobster is always popular.
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