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The long waits in line are quite off putting but they are very accommodating. Staff were kind enough to ommit all the chocolate for me one time and just make a banana split- so lovely! But of course that is a rare time when you don't feel like chocolate. Their desserts are so good. Try the banana chocolate crepes if you can or one of their crazy good hot chocolates! Southbank service was friendly however they were very lax at cleaning/tidying their tables. A busy spot!
Chocolate heaven! Known for their extensive menu of chocolaty desserts, this is one of the first dessert joints which open in south bank which has a focus on chocolate. One of my favourite place for dessert (when there isn't a massive queue waiting at the door), I still remember having the really heart warming fondue on winter nights.
Met some friends before heading off round south bank and what a way to start the day!
Yummy hot chocolate and chocolate cookie. Now my friends all had bigger dishes which they didn't have a problem finishing but I was late so next time I will treat myself to more.
When Max Brenner first opened in Brisbane, I was a keen, queue-at-the-door customer. About five years later, it really feels like Max Brenner hasn't changed. The decor seems old and tacky, the menu items much the same and certainly not worth the price that's charged. Max Brenner used to be a novelty, but there are a lot of places in Brisbane nowadays doing desserts much better. And they genuinely go to effort to attract their customers.