Mother's Day Dining

Mother's Day Dining

From high tea through to buffet lunch, we compiled some of the best Brisbane dining options for spoiling mum this Mother's Day.

By Lucy Stephens | 24th April 2014

Customs House

This year Customs House will be hosting a special day of dining to celebrate Mother’s Day on Sunday 11th May.  Enjoy breakfast or lunch on the terrace by the river with a Story Bridge view, or in their elegant inside dining room. Their Mother's Day breakfast menu will be $48 per person with booking times from 9am. Lunch will be a choice of a 2 course menu for $66 per person or a 3 course for $83 per person, with booking times from 12pm.

To view menus, head to the website, or click through here to book online.

Marriott Hotel's High Tea, a selection of sweets from Shingle Inn and the Grand High Tea at Room With Roses

Marriott Hotel's High Tea, a selection of sweets from Shingle Inn and the Grand High Tea at Room With Roses

Marriott Hotel 

With a brilliant range of dining options, Marriott helps show your Mum just how much you care. A buffet breakfast in Motion Bar & Grill will be a great start to her special day, or get everyone together for a four course lunch. A relaxing afternoon is more indulgent when you share high tea, or make a dinner date for the two of you.

www.motionbarandgrill.com.au
P  3303 8034

Shingle Inn

Treat Mum to a delicious selection of sweet and savoury treats, served with lime mint julep or glass of sparkling wine (licensed stores only), plus your choice of leaf tea or coffee.
$27.50 per person at the Shingle Inn.

If you'd rather host your own affair at home, treat a very sweet Mum to a very sweet treat from the Shingle Inn's exclusive new Mother's Day range. Take your pick from simply decadent Red Velvet Cake, smothered in cream cheese icing, or a traditional favourite including Shingle Inn's famous Patty Cakes and Mum Sweetheart biscuits.

www.shingleinn.com

Room With Roses

Mother's Day Grand High Tea

Step back in time and indulge in the ultimate Grand High Tea experience this Mother’s Day at Room with Roses. Enjoy decadent freshly made sandwiches, baked scones and savouries at the table, as well as luscious homemade sweets from the generous buffet. Each Grand High Tea is accompanied by a glass of French bubbles or a signature raspberry punch.

A 10am and a 2pm sitting are available, with prices at $65 for adults and $35 for children (under 12 years old). Limited places are available, so make sure to book.

www.roomwithroses.com.au
P 3229 7050

Brunch foods on a table

Story Bridge Hotel

The Story Bridge Hotel

High Tea under the bridge

Book your Mother’s Day celebrations this year at the Story Bridge Hotel. Dive into a gourmet breakfast at Deery’s Restaurant or High Tea at Main St. Bar & Eatery. Entertain the kiddies with colouring-in packs and face painting, and Mum will take home a special homemade gift from Story Bridge.

www.storybridgehotel.com.au
P 3391 2266

Bacchus High Tea

Bacchus High Tea

Bacchus South Bank

Enjoy a decadent day out with your darling Mother at High Tea at Bacchus. The courses are served on the very finest William Edwards fine bone china, the same crockery used at The Goring in London where the Queen Mother chose to take High Tea.

Indulge in a selection of delicate finger sandwiches, plain or fruit scones with Bonne Maman raspberry preserve and cream chantilly, an assortment of sweet delights and choice of fragrant Harney and Sons fine tea with a glass of Moët upon arrival. Ticket prices include a delectable selection of sweet and savoury treats, unlimited specialty tea and a glass of Moët, jazz pianist and a special gift Mum.

Seatings are available at 12.30pm, 2,30pm and 4.30pm. Please book early to avoid disappointment. Adults are $60 per person. Children (6-12 years) are $30 per person.

www.bacchussouthbank.com.au
P 3364 0837

 

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Article by Lucy Stephens

Lucy Stephens is a Senior Digital Journalist and Content Strategist at Style Magazines. She's a travel addict, considers gelato an appropriate meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner (salted caramel, preferably), and suffers from a moderate to severe case of FOMO (fear of missing out).

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