So apparently having a diet of purely chocolate over Easter isn’t recommended by both healthcare professionals and my lactose sensitive stomach – weird, right? And when you have a whole family to feed while working around the varying opening times over the long weekend (seriously, which days are the public holidays?), you may find yourself trapping the Easter Bunny to get an extra helping hand in the kitchen.
Tastefully curated by QT’s best chefs from delicious and award-winning institutions such as Bazaar Marketplace and Capitol Bar & Grill, they’ve created an Easter menu of 14 dishes that will beyond please. The at-home packs will arrive filled to the brim with fresh, locally caught produce and seafood including Moreton Bay Bug Mornay, pan seared ocean trout, fresh prawns, and oysters. You’ll also be indulging in house-made damper and Pepi Saya butter, caviar with blini and crème fraiche, house-baked hot cross buns, mango cheesecake, and gooey chocolate fondants.
The easy-to-follow meal kits will help even the most culinary inept feel like a MasterChef. Trust me, even I can make it and I’m pretty sure I once burnt water.
As an extra sweet treat, every box also comes with a letter from the chef and a hand constructed chocolate Peter Rabbit figurine that almost looks too good to eat (almost). QT has really done all the work for you – they’ve even thrown together a specially curated chocolate Spotify playlist:
One pack caters for four people and includes 14 dishes with the option to add on extra luxury like Tomahawk steak, whole lobster, roast chicken, and rolled porchetta. At $450, orders must be made before March 28 and are available for pick-up in Gold Coast from April 1 – 3, so hop to it and snag yours here.
If you’re a sucker for foodie content or just want to see how it’s done, keep an eye on our Instagram because we’ll be cooking up our own Easter feast with QT soon.