Feast your eyes!

Every diner is different, so we don’t believe in locking you into one dining style. For things to eat in Brisbane suited to picky eaters, hangry feasters, and flavour hoarders who don’t believe in the existence of share plates, head to Heya Bar.

Ready to choose your own adventure? Japanese food Brisbane-wide is about to receive a revamp.


How to customise your feast at Heya Bar:


1. Appetisers at the pool table

Hangry pool comps are rarely fruitful. Up your game with a round of appetisers to gorge on between turns. Sink a ball? Have a dumpling.

Running an epic streak on the pinball machine? Send a minion over for a round of cheeseburger spring rolls. Trust us, the weird looks are worth it when you can stuff your face without hands.


2. Post-beer recovery lunch

Poured too many poor-decision shots over your second pint? Pad the beer belly with a full-blown Heya feast of Japanese katsu chicken curry with rice, or ease tomorrow’s hangover and lunch like a boss with some slurp-worthy miso beef ramen (now that’s using your noodle!).


3. Selfies and share plates

Dining out in Brisbane? It’s all about the share plates these days. If the very concept of letting others pick at your food has your fists curling angrily, order a share plate for yourself at Heya Bar and evade those judge-y eyes.

Whether you’re celebrating cheat day, fitting in a quick feed before a well-behaved first date, or preparing for a night of heavy drinking, our plates of karaage popcorn chicken and fries with kimchi chilli and dashi seasoning are there for you.


4. New menu pig-out sesh

Nothing begs for an all-out feast like a brand new menu, and with tantalising new bites like pork belly bao and Malaysian seafood laksa, Heya’s just the place. Explore our street food menu at your next drinking sesh or foosball tourney.


Searching for what Japanese food Fortitude Valley has on offer – and, more importantly, how you can eat it? Explore your feasting options at Heya.