Let the good times roll – Treasury Brisbane is back with plenty of action
Offering an exceptional array of restaurants, intimate bars, live entertainment, a boutique hotel and a premier casino, Brisbane’s one-stop-shop for all things fun – Treasury Brisbane – is reopen and ready to welcome you back! Whether you’re planning a night out on the town, a luxe staycay or you just want to take advantage of some killer dining deals, Treasury Brisbane offers more than a few exciting reasons to return. So get back in the game and head to this enchanting inner-city destination to let the good times roll.
With its world-class restaurants, five-star hotel and gaming facilities now open again for all of your fun-filled escapades, there’s plenty to do at Treasury Brisbane – with a few special offers to boot. If you’re in need for an afternoon of decadence, settle in for a high-tea experience in the heritage-listed surrounds of The Lab in Treasury Hotel every Saturday afternoon between 1:00–2:00 pm. For only $45 per person, you can indulge in a sweet and savoury high tea created by executive chef Steven Jones. This lavish feast includes bottomless La Maison Du Thé French hand-crafted teas, dainty macaroons, delicious finger sandwiches and a selection of delightful desserts. You can even upgrade to a Chandon high tea for $65 per person, which includes a two-hour bubbles package with a selection of Chandon sparkling wines to choose from – Domaine Chandon Brut Rosé, Sparkling Pinot Shiraz or Sparkling Chandon Brut. We’ll cheers to that.
As the sun begins to set, there’s a treasure trove of top-tier restaurants with dynamite deals to welcome you back with some tantalising dinnertime fare. Fat Noodle is set to take your tastebuds on a flavoursome journey with its Asian-style dishes, including all-time favourites such as Luke Nguyen’s legendary 20-hour Fat Pho Noodles or the vibrant Vietnamese chicken salad. Carnivorous diners can savour mouth-watering steaks and seafood fare at Black Hide by Gambaro or dumpling lovers can pop on over to Mei Wei, which offers a jam-packed menu of Cantonese flavour sensations in a recently revamped and atmospheric underground location! While you’re there, try the $21 pork-and-prawn wonton soup combo special served with two barbecue pork buns and a refreshing iced tea, available until Monday August 31. If that’s not enough to get you salivating, Treasury Brisbane’s array of restaurants are celebrating the destination’s reopening with a seafood extravaganza that includes unmissable offers available from Sunday to Thursday. For six weeks, from Sunday August 9 until Thursday September 17, you can indulge in the best the ocean has to offer – think lobster mornay with chips and salad from Kitchen at Treasury, or flavour-packed Thai red curry lobster with rice from Fat Noodle.
Want to extend your Treasury Brisbane trip into an opulent weekend staycay? Take advantage of Treasury Hotel’s winter package and save 20 per cent on luxury accommodation with daily breakfast, complimentary self-parking and a Chandon sparkling wine upon arrival. But be quick, bookings close on Monday August 31 for stays until Wednesday September 30! Now that’s resting up in style.
The article was created in partnership with our friends at Treasury Brisbane. Treasury Brisbane’s casino is open every day from 10:00 am to 6:00 am. Head here for safety guidelines and conditions of entry or pop over here for a full list of opening hours and further information.
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