If you’re anything like us, hungry is more than a feeling; it’s a way of being.
You wake up hungry, an intense burger session from the night before always leaves you wanting more, and you’ve definitely got room for dessert. We feel you: hungry is a way of life.
This constant desire for seconds (okay, thirds) is what lead us to discover a CBD spot that serves up actual foodie feasts. We’re talking Henry VIII-style feasting. Like, tables overflowing with food. We challenge you to cry seconds after this, ‘coz you will be seriously full.
Allow us to introduce famed Brisbane restaurant, Collective Kitchen & Bar. This CBD mainstay has earnt itself quite the reputation for mouth-watering breakfasts, bonafide burgers, and HUGE cheeseboards but, we bet you didn’t know they did ‘feasting’ as well? Surprise!
So, how does this group feasting work? Let’s break it down, shall we? The crew at Collective will take your group booking nightmares, and make them the stuff of daydreams. All you need to do is rock up with a group of 10 or more and come hungry. Take a seat at the long table perfectly prepped for group dining and the Collective gang will bring out course upon course of deliciously moreish share plates and cocktails. Because, what’s a feast without cocktails?
Trust us when we say the food is delicious. Seriously, we’re talking delectable bites from soft shell crab tacos to pizza topped with potato, teleggio, leek, truffle, mozzarella, and parmesan, add in some swordfish cooked on a charcoal grill with roasted tomato and goats curd and you’ve got yourself the perfect variety.
Oh, and did we mention that the menu also features buttermilk fried chicken ribs? With ranch and chipotle? They will change your life. Promise.
The dessert menu features some impressive dishes like the messy brownie with raspberry, praline, and hazelnut gelato. So, try and leave some space for it…?
Now that your stomach is most likely grumbling, you’d better gather your pals and make a booking for the group feast at Collective Kitchen toot sweet. All you need to do is sit down and they’ll keep on bringing out plate after plate of next-level food. Too easy!
To make your booking, check out Collective Kitchen & Bar on the directory.
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