Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu
Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu
Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu
Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu
Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu
Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu
Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu
Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants' new seaside Italian-inspired menu

Step into summer with Bacchus Restaurants’ new seaside Italian-inspired menu

What do sunny days, steamy nights and an abundance of mangoes have in common? Yep, you guessed it – summer! And folks, it’s right around the corner. To celebrate our favourite season, Bacchus Restaurant has unveiled its new menu, which showcases Italian-inspired dishes with an Australian twist and the very best local produce. Keep reading for a sneak peek at Bacchus Restaurants’ must-try summer plates …

Situated on the podium level of Rydges South Bank Hotel, Bacchus Restaurant is offering a summer menu that will take you on a culinary journey through Italy. Paying tribute to flavour-master and Bacchus chef de cuisine Manuele Erriu’s birthplace by the sea in Roseto degli Abruzzi, the menu features a range of one-of-a-kind dishes that champion his Italian heritage and Australian flavours with a modern twist.

Expect to enjoy standout dishes such as kangaroo tartare with native herbs, mustard seed and cured yolk, agnolotti with peas, squid, mussels and ginger, eggplant parmigiana with tomato, Grana Padano and basil, kingfish with sheep yoghurt, cucumber, dill and hongarebushi, risotto with herb pesto, goats cheese, Szechuan pepper and lime, and duck with parsnip, kale, Davidson plum and juniper jus. An eye-catching dessert will cap off the summer feasting festivities, such as the refreshing Granny Smith apple delight that features vanilla mousse, apple gel and yuzu, or those who prefer to finish their meal on a savoury note can dig in to Bacchus’ famed cheese trolley.

Bacchus has paired its summer menu with an award-winning wine list that celebrates the world’s finest grape-growing regions. With more than 700 options, the expansive selection of vino sees Australian sparkling, pinot, shiraz, gamay and other varieties take centre stage. Aside from wine, diners can wet their whistle with beer, cider and spirits, as well as an extensive list of cocktails and non-alcoholic options.

Bacchus Restaurants’ early summer menu includes a full a la carte offering and two degustation experiences. Head to the Bacchus Restaurant website for more information or to make a booking. 

This article was written in partnership with our friends at Bacchus Restaurant. 

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