Enjoy a range of gourmet street style food with a side of live music at Libertine.
Sundays are days of indulgence, which is why Libertine are offering up an array of decadent treats.
For $20 per person, patrons can enjoy five different canapes. From Vietnamese chicken coleslaw, to pork spring rolls, edamame and pork belly pieces, the Asian and French inspired menu offers a range of different treats.
The Street Food Sundays were created to give Brisbane foodies a chance to enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon, complete with live music, and sample canapes without having to order a heavy dinner. No bookings are required and the sessions will run from 2pm to 6pm.
Located in Paddington’s Barracks building on Petrie Terrace, Libertine’s heritage listed restaurant and bar boasts a breathtaking dining room with flattering soft lighting from multiple chandeliers, dark recycled timber surfaces and red and gold accents that bring the Vietnamese/French themed locale to life.
Libertine also operates as a fully licensed bar with a wide range of international beers and handcrafted cocktails available to top off your dining experience.
For more information on Libertine, check out our dinning guide.