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Moreton Bay Bug croissants on menu at swanky do

Moreton Bay Bug croissants on menu at swanky do

Moreton Bay Bug croissants are back on the menu along with flowing champagne as Customs House Brisbane welcomes back its swanky spring do, the Moët & Chandon Rosé Garden.

From Friday, October 8, you can enter the Moët & Chandon Rosé Garden to enjoy the iconic champagne house’s range of classic and contemporary creations, a premium selection of pink, white and red wines, and a vibrant menu of seasonal nibbles on Customs House’s iconic riverside terrace.

Featuring stunning floral domes, vibrant blooms, a premium selection of wines, and seasonal nibbles like the Moreton Bay bug croissant, there’s no better place to welcome spring.

Menu highlights include crispy pumpkin flowers filled with goat’s cheese and sundried tomato, Hervey Bay scallops with vanilla cauliflower and a chorizo crumb, and the enduring Customs House pop-up bar staple: the Moreton Bay bug croissant (which is available individually, or with truffle fries, aioli and a glass of Moët & Chandon rosé for $43).

Open Fridays to Sundays, the Moët & Chandon Rosé Garden is a picture-perfect spot to enjoy fancy Friday drinks, afternoon catch-ups with unbeatable river views, and elegant Sunday sessions with a taste of spring in France.


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