I saw the new movie, The Vow last night at the cinema, and there was a scene that had me licking my lips. And no it wasn't the moment where Channing Tatum has no shirt on.
It was the dimly lit scene in a restaurant where Rachael McAdams and Channing are hand feeding one another delicious looking chocolate delicacies. Together they indulge in balls of chocolate breaking out in laughter.
Hmmm, chocolate. Mmm Channing.
Following my dreamy evening of romance and chocolate, I discover I, too, can take part in an evening of finger licking, chocolate testing buffet of chocolate with my husband this Easter. And so can you thanks to the mouth watering Bistro Allure in Brisbane.
Don't eat for two days prior, bring plenty of water, a partner to finger feed and lose yourself in a massive chocolate buffet from chocolate hot cross buns, chocolate profiteroles, chocolate cheesecake, chocolate pudding, chocolate pancakes and chocolate coated strawberries. Mouth watering yet?
As well as a stunning array of unforgettable chocolate treats for your taste buds, there will be a unique backdrop of chocolate statues for the eyes. The figurines created solely from milky chocolate can take up to 6 months to make, so please, do not try eating them like one hungry diner tried to do last year.
After your feast, if you haven't fallen into a chocolate coma, with the buffet situated in the heart of the city, you can burn some of those consumed calories by embarking on an afternoon of Easter shopping, or maybe even check out the romantic drama The Vow at the Myer Centre.
Bookings are essentail and the buffet is open for lunch and dinner costing $20 per head, so phone now to secure your seat in chocolate heaven, 07 3222 1128. Running from April 18th to May 2nd at the corner of Ann and Roma Streets, Brisbane.