Chocolate from the Bald Man Himself, Mr Max Brenner

This is a very famous chocolate dessert shop set up by the chef Max Brenner; he has quite a few restaurants/ shops in Australia and of course I had to give it a go being the queen of desserts. We went to the restaurant based at Southbank in Brisbane (Queensland).

Food Quality

We had just eaten elsewhere and then Max Brenner was mentioned. Unfortunately, I was so full. There was no way I was eating another thing, boo hoo. So I decided to have a peanut butter ice choccie milkshakes lol, yep! I know, I know I’m my own worst enemy but how could I not try anything?

So a chocolate milkshake, a simple and beautiful item I’ve had in many different variations, and now it was time to try the posh stuff. Even in it’s specially designed ‘Alice’ cup. It was just okay, not great, not fantastic but it was okay. I wanted to love it; I wanted to say it was the best thing I have had in my entire life but unfortunately, it just wasn’t the case, I was disappointed.

Value for Money

My creation was 8.60ASD about (about £4:50p) a rather expensive disappointment. I wouldn’t pay it again for the same thing, but maybe I would give something else a go, chocolate fondue or a waffle maybe but I might not as I don’t want to be disappointed again.

Atmosphere

It was busy, very busy, so busy that we queued for a long time and even though the staff looked rushed the queue didn’t seem to diminish.

The staff weren’t around much and didn’t have a chance to be friendly, but maybe that was because we went in the middle of the day.

Tina Webber
Tina Webber
Well what can i say? I'm complicated! Although my fundamentals, my core, what makes me, me i suppose is: Glorious food (especially the sweet stuff), the stunning beauty of nature and natural things and my love of excellent art and design.

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