Malt Dining, 28 Market Street, BRISBANE CBD QLD 4000

I left work at 5.30 today with a slight guilt as most of my colleagues were still working. Actually, I shouldn't have had any excuses not to have cooked tonight, but I blame it on Mondayitis.

I met the other travel bunnie at his work and he sugguested that we go to Malt. Fabulous, I thought.

Malt is another one of those restaurants that are located conveniently oh-so-close to our bunnie pad. The ground level of Malt is a bar but a quick hop up stairs, passed the beautiful grand piano will find you in the Attic, where the restaurant is located.

The ambience of the restaurant is exquisite. I absolutely loved the brick walls and candle-lit tables.

We found it hard to decide on the food, as all the menu items sounded irresistibly delicious. In the end we settled on Sunshine Coast king prawns poached in brown butter, chorizo aioli, sweetbreads, rye and pumpkin ($22) & Bangalow pork hock terrine, foie gras, quail egg, salad of young celery leaves and pickled shallot ($18) for entree. For mains we had Seared rack & slow cooked shoulder of lamb, aligot, black olive and baby vegetables ($37) & Sous vide Grimaud duck breast, corn pudding, cotechino, seasonal beans, fondant celeriac & potato ($38). I have nothing else to say other than, you've gotta try this place! The food tasted divine and I couldn't fault it in anyway.

We weren't going to have desserts, but given how delicious our dinner was, we had to have the Malt brownie, salted caramel, chocolate textures w' peanut brittle ($15) and um, zero, nil, zilch negativity about the dessert.

We were so happy to have found Malt! It's no wonder this is a one chef-hatted restaurant that all of the Brisbane CBD is talking about.

Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $113.00

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