There will be burgers for US President Barack Obama, waffles for Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and butter chicken for Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi but Russian president Vladimir Putin will just have to eat crow.
Brisbane’s Treasury Casino & Hotel at the top end of Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall has taken the challenge of the G20’s wide variety of nations by bringing the world’s finest dishes together across its six restaurants and four bars for a feast entitled A World of Yum!
Diners can explore 30 dishes from 13 countries as A World of Yum circumnavigates the globe in a rolling series of menu specials from Canadian waffles and Manhattan cocktails to Italian prawn chorizo and Mexican Margaritas, Turkish mezze platters and a traditional English Sunday roast. Get a taste of the exotic with a three-course French dinner in the LAB Bar + Restaurant, catch up with friends over an English Pimms at The Kitty or stop off at Fat Noodle for a Chinese sweet and sour chicken.
The special menus are available for two week periods until November 16. There’s a succulent butter chicken, an American style burger that will make Barack feel right at home, Indonesian Nasi Goreng and a crisp, crunchy tempura for fans of Japanese cuisine.
From November 3 to 16 you can enjoy duck san choy bau or Canadian waffles or a three-course English dinner, prawn and chorizo pasta, nachos and several other dishes.
Bottom line: Prices average from $15 to $20. Three course dinners cost $85.
Best tip: Don’t invite Vlad to join you.
Disclaimer: Ed+bK was a guest of Treasury Casino.