I was in Brisbane for work again last week and the major decision to be made was “where do we eat?”
The obvious answer was Cha Cha Char’s. I’ve dined at Cha Cha Char’s a couple of times and the meals have always been excellent.
We’d had a couple of beers after work at the near by Belgian Beer Cafe and headed off to the restaurant around 6:30 to see if we could score a table. Since we were early we were able to get a table straight away but the restaurant filled up very quickly, so I guess we were lucky.
I love the bread rolls with gravy, so started off with one of these while we waited for our steaks to appear.
My medium rare wagyu rump, with mash and some veggies was ready pretty quick smart, and was upto the usual high standards that I’ve come to expect.
Decided to try a orange creme brulee for dessert and it was probably the best creme brulee I’ve had in a long, long time.
The steak and dessert were accompanied by an excellent bottle of Pinot Noir that had been recently added to the wine list.