LYCHEE LOUNGE
Brisbane, Queensland

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The low light and golden and timber décor with hints of royal red makes you feel as if you've walked into an Eastern cave of debauchery. The 24-page cocktail list adds to this impression – work your way down the list or ask for help from one of the talented shakers behind the bar. Far more than a few bar snacks, the menu is divided up into ‘Sea, Land, Earth and Cheese,' with a Middle Eastern influence to most dishes.
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General info

Address:

94 Boundary Street
West End QLD 4101

Suburb:

West End

Contact:

Cuisine:

Bar snacks, Middle Eastern

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

More info

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Get ready to say goodbye to start-of-the-week blues, and ‘hello!’ to Mondays with some enthusiasm for a change, because Lychee Lounge has the perfect remedy to your post-weekend mourning period.

Nestled in West End, Lychee Lounge is a long-time staple on the Brisbane cocktail scene and a welcome reprieve from the chaos of the Valley and high-prices of the city centre. Blending sophistication with just the right amount of hipster cool, it’s the kind of joint best enjoyed with a good helping of friends, finger-food and a few cocktails. Even on a Monday, because if you’re not sold on the place yet, Lychee serves up drool-inducing $5 share plates that won’t break the bank (nibbles for $5? we’ll take 3!) every Monday from mid-afternoon ’til late.

With bite-sized eats with a distinctly Japanese twist like miso roasted eggplant, chicken karaage and crab croquettes, you’ve got the perfect excuse to skip the night in and hit the town for a cheap feed instead. Better yet, pair a share plate with an ice-cold jam jar cocktail for just $10. Or a few – who really gets any work done on a Tuesday anyway?

Rest assured that things never stay on the safe side where drinks are concerned, either. Although old favourites are always available, there’s hints of cinnamon, coconut and even black pepper here and there on the cocktail menu – and the odd lychee, of course.

So although you may have promised yourself on Sunday morning that you were ‘never going to drink again,’ put all those so-called good intentions behind you, grab a few friends and celebrate the start of the new week in the only style acceptable: cocktail in one hand and a delicious morsel of goodness in the other.
Kate Bethune

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Features

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