Around The World With The Barracks



In the centre of Brisbane right at The Barracks, you can eat cuisines from all around the world. You don’t need to travel far to enjoy many different styles and flavours, curated by chefs who know what's up!

You can enjoy not only different tastes and cultures but levels of formality to suit any occasion. Whether you are looking for a quick bite Portuguese-themed Chicken or a Sushi roll for lunch right through to a full course of French-Vietnamese cuisine, The Barracks has you covered. 



A modern combination of French, Vietnamese cuisine which highlights traditional flavours and Vietnamese street food. They encourage a shared style of dining, enjoying each menu item as they are prepared. The combination of Asian cultures and shared style eating with a spin of French cuisine will delight your taste buds. Dine on delicate cuisine and sip on hand-crafted cocktails in opulent surrounds, without having to catch a flight overseas!


Moda Restaurant

Enjoy the mouth-watering Spanish-inspired menu, including tapas, delicious entremeses and steaks grilled in the famous MIBRASA charcoal oven at Moda Restaurant. You can pair your food with a Spanish, South American or boutique Australian wine to top off your meal. Relax and Chef Javier Codina’s exceptional menu will provide a dining experience to remember.



Back in 1986, no one was serving delicious flame grilled chicken like the founder Oporto Antonio Cerqueira used to find back home in Portugal. So he decided to open a chicken shop serving a taste of home, which is the now famous Flame Grilled Portuguese Chicken and Original Chilli Sauce we've all come to love. The flavours of Portugal are so much closer than you think!


So although it may be hard to fit a holiday into your routine, but enjoying foreign cuisine doesn't need to be difficult! You can eat around the world at The Barracks!


If these don't tickle your fancy, check out our website for details on the other food vendors who are at The Barracks. Inlcuding Project Bowls, Sushi Koo, Tiger Eye Bar and who could forget the classic choc-tops from Palace Cinema!