Nom Nom Bao

Fortitude Valley

Nom Nom Bao is a hidden gem of an Asian eatery tucked away down Warner Street in Fortitude Valley.

A sibling for Nom Nom Korean in Bakery Lane, this cute little bolthole is all about bao – beautiful bao buns bursting with flavour.

Nom Nom Bao Fortitude Valley

Open daily for lunch and dinner*, customers can tuck into what are arguably Brisbane’s best bao, sip craft beer or wine and listen to K-pop in a relaxed, industrial chic setting. 

Nom Nom Bao Fortitude Valley

The concise menu consists of soft steamed buns stuffed with tasty fillings like Korean fried chicken with Asian slaw, galbi beef with kimchi slaw, pork belly with fried shallot and hoisin sauce, and a vegetarian offering of tofu with sesame sauce and soy marinade.

Nom Nom Bao Fortitude Valley

There’s even a delicious dessert bao filled with matcha ice-cream and dusted with icing sugar.

Nom Nom Bao Fortitude Valley

Fully-licensed, diners can indulge in a glass of wine (red, white, rose or sparkling), locally-brewed Green Beacon beer on tap, or classic cocktail like cosmopolitans, martinis and mojitos.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in July 2018.

By Deb Lidster

Nom Nom Bao

6 Warner St

Fortitude Valley

Daily 10-late* 

Licensed

3148 8781

Map

6 Warner St Fortitude Valley

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