Spice Den

Brisbane Cbd

Spice Den is bringing a touch of edgy, urban flavour to their renowned Asian-inspired restaurant in Brisbane’s CBD.

The restaurant originates from their eatery in Casuarina, NSW. Now located in the Spire Apartments building on Ann Street in Brisbane, the expansive restaurant is modern-luxe with private booths, bar tables and large dining spaces. There's also an outdoor dining space.

The menu is certainly Asian inspired, with tasty morsels that can be shared, such as soft duck pancakes served with a pickled chilli.

The crispy barramundi and caramel pork is also suitable for sharing, served with a green apple, mint and kaffir lime salad.

For larger meals, their classic Pad Thai made with chicken is a must do.

Or tuck into their pat see yeuw, which is mixed with delectable Wagyu beef.

Spice Den’s mild curry with coconut grilled chicken also goes down a treat, with a base of kipfler potatoes, pineapple and peanuts.

The sticky beef ribs are already a menu favourite, served with a chilli jam, sprout and herb salad and crisp shallots.

Their bar is not one to walk past either, serving tasty, bespoke cocktails such as the pear and ginger martini and spiced mojito.

Need to know – Public transport hubs are nearby. Located on the ground floor of the Spire Apartments building.

*Opening times correct at time of visit in April 2018.

By Zoe Kirby

Spice Den

457 Ann Street


Wed – Thurs: 6pm – until late*

Fri – Sun: 12pm – until late*



457 Ann Street

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