From shopping centre nightmares to the woes of untangling Christmas lights, there’s no doubt about it: the holidays are a stressful time.
Discover the joys of annual leave with Libertine’s very own festivities. As one of Brisbane’s favourite lunch spots, we’re encouraging you to toss the tinsel, ditch the decorations, and join us for a luxurious long lunch.
For just $45pp, enjoy a chef’s selection five course banquet of French-Vietnamese flavours. Now that’s ending the year on a high note.
Fishing for Monday plans? We see your summer feast, and we raise you the best seafood in Brisbane.
Explore the Great Summer & Seafood Festival held at Libertine every Monday throughout summer. For just $55pp, you’ll indulge in seven courses of French-Vietnamese seafood dishes.
For more information, please call (07) 3367 3353
It’s the season to eat, drink, and be merry! As Brisbane’s favourite banquet spot, we’re adding our own gift under the tree.
This holiday season, grab a voucher for 2 x 10 course premium ‘I’m Hungry’ banquets for just $109! (Normally valued at $158.)
Perfect for your holiday catch-ups, as gifts to a client, or for this year’s Secret Santa exchange, treat your holiday to the French-Vietnamese flavours at Libertine.
Join us every Tuesday night for the ultimate choose your own adventure game – Libertine style.
For just $49pp, join us every Tuesday for dinner and enjoy 6 of your favourite Libertine dishes to create your own customised banquet. Whether it’s our bang bang BBQ duck a l’orange crepes or caramelised miso beef, indulge in all of your favourites as we pass over the reigns.
Waddle on over any Thursday after 5pm, purchase ANY bottle of wine at Libertine, and we’ll fix you up with FOUR FREE Bang Bang BBQ duck a l’orange crepes to accompany it!
These quacking snacks are filled with our juicy BBQ-roasted duck with a spicy orange glaze and served on an Asian grilled pancake.
As a regular favourite on our classic street food menu, we decided that the best way to make these ducking delicious snacks even tastier was to remove the hassle of paying.