There is nothing we love better than a bottomless package, let’s face it. Whether it’s a brunch, a baos or a beer, adding the words “unlimited” will allow us to reserve a table very quickly. And when this bottomless package comes in the form of a long Italian lunch at Massimo? We’re cleaning up our calendars by Christmas.
This riverside restaurant has been captivating the taste buds with its traditional Italian dishes for quite some time now, aided by its glamorous interiors and stunning views of the Story Bridge. But whether you’re already a die-hard fan or haven’t visited yet, you’ll want to plan a long lunch at one of their lavish booths to enjoy their new bottomless lunches.
By pairing a two-hour drink package with a three-course menu or progressive lunch menu, you can sip unlimited wine, sparkling wine or beer every Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. The package amount will cost you depending on your choice of menu: $ 90 per person for the three-course option or $ 110 per person for the progressive lunch, with the option to upgrade to premium wines and French bubbles for $ 35 more (and just FYI, there is an 8% supplement on Saturdays and Sundays).
Now, not to put pressure on you, but we would definitely go for the signature progressive lunch. This feast will allow you to eat through eight different shared dishes including freshly scaled oysters, grilled lamb chops with saffron risotto, kingfisher carpaccio, veal and pork meatballs in sauce, donuts zucchini and more, with half a sweet limoncello freddo to finish.
Not sure you can handle it all? Sit down on the three-course menu instead, with your choice of starter, main course, and dessert from a decadent selection including burrata with warm honey truffle sauce, sand crab lasagna and tiramisu , to name a few.
We know you’ve already started talking about dates in the group chat, so when you’re ready to book you can find yourself a table and find out more. here.
When: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., Friday to Sunday
Where: Massimo, Brisbane City
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Image credit: Grace Elizabeth Smith, provided