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Bincho Yakitori Restaurant & Bar Is Open For Business

Bincho Yakitori Restaurant & Bar Is Open For Business

| On 29, Jan 2015

Cheap delicious small eats, Japanese whiskey and beer and exotic Asian inspired cocktails are all being pumped out of the new restaurant and bar Bincho, making it an excellent destination for your future weekend party adventures.

Located in the heart of the Fortitude Valley in the historic Empire Hotel building, Bincho a Yakitori restaurant and bar, has taken over the newly renovated space with its quirky and exotic concept which is inspired by the delicate and delectable treats of the Japanese food and pop culture.

Following from the popularity of Yakitori restaurants that line the streets of Japan, Bincho offers small plates, bright salads, playful drinks and Yakitori dishes.


Yakitori, which is a variety of meats and vegetables cooked over a Binchotan charcoal and then skewered and served with a special yakitori glaze, are small bite size meals that when accompanied by a matching cocktail and drinks list, offer up customers an experience that is both comfortable, festive and exquisite.

From Shitake mushrooms topped with this glaze, to wagyu beef, salmon and miso eggplant served on small plates, the Binchotan charcoal brings delicious textures and flavours to these tapas style meals.


Lotus root chips

Led by Executive Chef Richard Slarp, Bincho’s culinary team have worked in some of the most recognised kitchens in Australia including Sydney Opera House, Marriott, Est and Sake.


The whole atmosphere of Bincho exasperates exactly what a good bar fusion restaurant does, it gives people great food that isn’t heavy, pumps them up for the night ahead and provides a great mix of comfortable seating booths and tables that provide the best mix of both atmospheres.

Catering very well for vegetarians and for those who love to eat fish, Bincho is a refreshing add to the foodie/ bar scene already inhabiting the valley, to see their menu click here.


What Bincho Brisbane a Yakitori Japanese bar and restaurant

Where 339 Brunswick Street,  Fortitude Valley The Empire Hotel Building

Open Tuesday – Sunday: 4pm − late


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