Wham Bam Banh Mi dishing up at The Barracks

Wham Bam Banh Mi dishing up at The Barracks

Wham Bam - there's Banh Mi at the Barracks! This whole-in-the-wall lunchtime offering at Libertine is serving up delicious Vietnamese style street food.

By Lucy Stephens | 19th March 2015

Did someone say banh mi?

Brissy folk can't seem to get enough of this Vietnamese style street food, and Libertine owner Andrew Baturo has answered the call of hungry Brissy punters, opening up a lunchtime takeaway window from Libertine restaurant in the form of Wham Bam Banh Mi!

It's a welcome addition to The Barracks as the ideal spot for a quick, tasty meal for cinema goers, local workers or shoppers short on time.

The menu features seven banh mi flavours, priced between $8 and $12, which will rotate with four flavours on offer each day. And these little guys are big on flavour.  The combos - which have been devised by head chef (and Libertine newcomer) Linton Smith - include black pepper tofu with marinated sweet potato, roast pork belly with cinnamon and chilli apple sauce, and a range of delectable salad bowls.

Place your order in the whole-in-the-wall to grab and go, or take a seat in the kabana and watch the world go by as you dig in. Word on the street is they may just be the best on offer this close to the CBD.

Check them out Monday to Friday, 11am to 2.30pm.

Shop 5, 61 Petrie Tce
P 3367 3353

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Article by Lucy Stephens

Lucy Stephens is a Senior Digital Journalist and Content Strategist at Style Magazines. She's a travel addict, considers gelato an appropriate meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner (salted caramel, preferably), and suffers from a moderate to severe case of FOMO (fear of missing out).