Feast on sashimi, wagyu and tempura octopus across five courses.
Feel like you've eaten every great Japanese meal in Brisbane? Given the city's range of eateries, that's no mean feat. You haven't feasted into this five-course degustation, however — on the menu at Bacchus, it's a special addition to the South Bank restaurant's lineup, and it's only on offer until Saturday, September 7.
Available Tuesday–Sunday, Bacchus' Japanese Degustation spans five courses, each as enticing as the last. Head chef Massimo Speroni is getting experimental, tinkering with traditional flavours, but giving them his own interpretation. It all starts with blue tea sashimi, naturally, before moving on to tempura octopus, then spaghetti with mushrooms in a shiitake broth. Next, tuck into wagyu with shoyu, before devouring yuzu and caramel yoghurt mousse.
As usually tends to be the case at Bacchus, diners can choose from two options. Just enjoy the food — which also includes bread, amuse bouche and petit fours — for $99, or pair the five courses with wine or sake for $174.
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