High Tea at Bacchus Restaurant Brisbane

Photographer: Michelle Milton
High Tea at Bacchus Restaurant Brisbane
High Tea at Bacchus Restaurant Brisbane

I had the pleasure of experiencing the High Tea at Bacchus Restaurant in Brisbane, and I must say, it was a delightful afternoon.

From the moment I walked through the doors, I was captivated by the stylish deco and ambience of the restaurant.

The first bite of the egg sandwich was an explosion of freshness and flavour. It was a delightful start to our high tea.

The savoury portion of the high tea included chicken croissants, salmon sandwiches, and a mac and cheese croquette. Each of these offerings was carefully crafted and filled with flavour. The croquette was a particular standout with its creamy mac and cheese filling.

The madeleines with ruby chocolate and raspberry were a delightful treat for the senses. The passionfruit tart was refreshingly tangy, and the cannoli with ricotta and chocolate provided a delightful Italian touch. The seasonal macaron was a burst of flavour, and the lemon meringue tart was a harmonious balance of sweet and tangy. The Opera Slice, with its rich chocolate and coffee flavours, was a true masterpiece.

Pastry Sous Chef, Alison Cheng
Pastry Sous Chef, Alison Cheng

The scones, with their handsome appearance, were a true highlight. They had a biscuity outer crust that gave way to a soft and delicate interior. Served with jam and cream, they were the epitome of traditional English scones, and I couldn’t resist having more.

The High Tea setting features the William Edwards teaware design The Goring London.

The High Tea at Bacchus is served with continuous Harney & Sons fine teas or barista coffee, allowing you to pair your treats with a variety of refreshing or rich beverages. Additionally, there is an option to add endless bubbles for an extra $40, making it perfect for a celebration or special occasion.

The standard High Tea at Bacchus is priced at $49 per person, making it a reasonably affordable High Tea. There’s also an option for children at $35 per child, making it a family-friendly experience.


High Tea at Bacchus Restaurant Restaurant Menu:

Scones with jam and cream
Scones with jam and cream


  • Egg sandwich with aioli
  • Chicken – Croissant, celery, capsicum & mayonnaise
  • Salmon smoked, cajun cream cheese
  • Croquette – mac & cheese


  • Madeleines – ruby chocolate, raspberry
  • Passionfruit tart
  • Cannolo – ricotta with chocolate
  • Macaron – seasonal flavour
  • Lemon meringue tart
  • Opera slice with chocolate and coffee flavours


  • Jam & cream

Served with continuous Harney & Sons fine teas or barista coffee


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Bacchus Restaurant:

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9 Glenelg Street, South Bank, Queensland, 4101


Saturday & Sunday from 1:00pm


$49 per person
$35 per child
Endless bubbles for an extra $40

Prices are correct at the time of publishing, but subject to change. Please contact the venue for further details.

Michelle Milton

Michelle Milton, Director and Founder of High Tea Society, is a digital marketing communications consultant and entrepreneur based in Melbourne. She splits her time between helping corporates manage their digital communications and publishing her website High Tea Society.

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