[b][BRISBANE, 21 MARCH, 2016][/b] - This Easter, the Regatta Hotel aims to delight guests with a fine selection of food and beverages offered at UpMarket Sundays, the Seafood Luncheon, Champagne Fridays and the Easter Sunday Party.
[b]Easter at the Regatta Hotel[/b]
On the 25th of March, Good Friday, the hotel offers the Seafood Luncheon in the Boatshed. The Boatshed restaurant, a wood-furnished gastro-pub featuring a two-metre grill as its centrepiece, serves a four course luncheon designed by Executive Chef Vesi Seng. Moet champagne accompanies the menu, which consists of:
• An amuse bouche of chilled prawn cocktail, Marie Rose salmon, cos lettuce and lemon
• An entrée of seafood assiette
• The main course of an alternate drop of crisp skinned barramundi or seared Tasmanian salmon
• The Easter chocolate trio: caramelita triangle, caramel milk chocolate and white chocolate mousse
The Seafood Luncheon begins at 11:30 am, for $150/person.
On Easter Sunday, the Street Café and Merle’s Bar serves hot cross buns, Nutella chocolate bunnies and Easter pavlova cocktails. UpMarket Sunday provides guests with live music, an exclusive Ketel Bloody Mary cart, cold pitchers of fruity Pimms and a premier selection of market style food choices in addition to the Courtyard menu.
Champagne Fridays at the Regatta Hotel’s Courtyard features an exclusive tapas menu with marinated herb & garlic prawns, Mexican chicken empanadas, crispy chili fried squid, and Manchego cheese and corn croquettes.
Their new antipasto board features char grilled artichokes, grilled haloumi, cold smoked bacon, chorizo, Cajun popcorn, Prosciutto di Parma, pita bread, hot paprika rainbow olives, sweet & spicy pickles, and smoked wagyu beef.
Customers enjoy the dining experience with Moet Ice.
[b]About Regatta Hotel[/b]
Since its establishment in 1874, the Regatta Hotel has shared a chock-full of treasured moments with Australia, and continues to create more memories withstanding the tests of time. For 140 years, the Regatta Hotel has established itself as a timeless haven. Following Brisbane’s 2011 floods, the hotel has undergone a $10 million restoration to redefine exquisite taste and sophistication with new contemporary spaces built to engage guests.
For more information, do visit http://www.regattahotel.com.au.