Goldfinch, Brisbane City
Celebrate Mother’s Day in style at Goldfinch with a luxurious high tea. Because nothing says “I love you mum” more than delicious delights artfully decorating dainty plate towers.
Enjoy an elegant display of savoury and sweet delicacies, including buttermilk scones with jam and elderflower whipped cream, mixed-flavored macaroons, Mooloolaba king prawn sliders, warm savory pies, and a ribbon sandwich selection. Tea and coffee are included. $65 Per Adult, $33 For Kids Aged 6-12, Free For Kids Aged 0-5. 11:30am–3:30pm.
Settimo, Brisbane City
Embark on a trip to the Amalfi Coast this mother’s day at La Festa della Mamma at Guy Grossi’s new Brisbane restaurant Settimo. Set inside The Westin, a luxurious hotel in the city, at Settimo you can enjoy an Italian coastal selection served from the tavola fredda (cold table), tavola caldo (hot table) and a plated main pasta served at your table, and a selection of handmade dolci (desserts).
Dine on delights from noon to 3pm. You can also add on a beverage package for $69 per person featuring person featuring prosecco, red and white wine, beer and Limoncello spritz.
Adults: $109 per person, children up to 5 years of age, complimentary, children 5 to 12,$54.50 per child.
Celebrate Mother’s Day with love at Botellon Restaurant! Start off with a delicious Spanish lunch from noon, complete with their iconic oyster bar, and live Spanish street side music.
For those looking for a more casual option, join the Botellon team for afternoon drinks between 2.30pm and 5pm. Or as the day turns to night, indulge in Botellon’s popular a la carte menu, full of delicious bites that are sure to satisfy any craving.
With a vibrant atmosphere, delicious food, and a wide selection of beverages, Botellon is the perfect place to show your appreciation for the special women in your life this Mother’s Day.
Zuma Restaurant, Brisbane City
Starting from Mother’s Day you can visit Zuma Restaurant for either a mouthwatering all-you-can-eat seafood buffet lunch or a delectable high tea buffet. Officially launching just in time to spoil mum, these two events are sure to make mum feel special on the big day (and beyond if you want to score brownie points).
The seafood buffet starts at 12pm with a complimentary glass of sparking on arrival and the buffet includes all you can eat freshly shucked Pacific and Sydney rock oysters, mussels, fresh caught Mooloolaba prawns, sand crab as well as a Mediterranean grazing and dessert stations. $99 per person and from $49 for children every Saturday and Sunday from midday.
Also launching for Mother’s Day and available as a regular weekend event is their afternoon high tea buffet featuring a plentiful collection of indulgent bites with bottomless tea and coffee. Starting at 2:30pm, Zuma Restaurant’s Two-Hour Buffet High Tea includes a classic savoury selection and a large selection of sweets for $99 per person and from $29 for children, every Saturday and Sunday.
Bisou Bisou, Fortitude Valley
Whisk your mum away with the flavours of France at Bisou Bisou. This glamorous European haven has only been in Brisbane for a couple of years but has made a big splash on the scene. On the ground level of Fortitude Valley’s Hotel X, Bisou Bisou is treating mums to either breakfast or lunch (or both if you’re feeling like you wanna indulge!)
For $50pp you can feast on eggs benedict croissants, fairy floss-topped French toast, poached eggs on crispy hash browns and more. When lunch rolls around, it’s all about the Sunday roast. Think prime rib and rotisserie chicken with all the trimmings for $85pp. Oui oui mon ami!