Filed under: Dining
Even though economic woes are reverberating around the world that doesn't mean rich bankers have to go without a good meal. The Scotsman reports on the £1,000-a-head menu at Vivat Bacchus. The restaurant is offering the Bonus Tasting Menu which is seven courses. It starts with champagne, caviar and vodka, moves on to lobster linguini, Wagyu filet steak, a cheese course, a chocolate souffle and coffee with fancy cakes. The meal is accompanied by some delicious wines including a glass of Chateau Lafite Rothschild, at £650 a bottle with dinner, a 45-year-old Port with the cheese course, a glass of Chateau d'Yquem, at £495 a bottle with the chocolate souffle and a glass of Martell Cordon Bleu brandy to finish things off as you get ready to roll your way home. So far the restaurant has had six bookings. I is available for a minimum of two people and must be booked two days in advance.