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Zenbar
Brisbane City, Brisbane Region

07 3211 2333
admin@zenbar.com.au
www.zenbar.com.au

Description

Set on bustling Adelaide Street in Brisbane's CBD, Zenbar is an oasis of peaceful lounging and smooth grooves. The kitchen dishes up contemporary Asian fare, with some great Thai and Vietnamese dishes. We have it on good authority that the duck pancakes are a must-try. The restaurant's stylish interior showcases funky modern artwork and there is an abundance of outdoor seating, perfect for people watching.

Property Details

Cuisine Types


  • Asian
  • Gluten Free Available
  • Thai
  • Vietnamese


Licensing

Fully Licensed (no BYO)


Price Range

Mains under $20


Service Times

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Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


Facilities

  • Function for 100 – 300
  • Outdoor dining
  • Suitable for groups of 10
  • Takeaway

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Zenbar - Print Brochure
Map of Zenbar
215 Adelaide St
Brisbane City
Queensland 4000 Australia

Contact Details

07 3211 2333

 

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