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Little Taipei Food Court

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by Shalom Bandele (subscribe)
Previously writing years ago, I now aspire to uncover cost-free places and activities in Brisbane, hopefully inspiring people to explore what Brisbane has to offer without spending a dime.
Published August 9th 2016
The hidden food court dedicated to Asian cuisine
Sunnybank is one of Brisbane's most treasured suburbs for foodies and it's no wonder why it has been named Brisbane's Little Asia. It is sprawling with restaurants, supermarkets and businesses from all over Asia. While in Sunnybank, we visited a hawker styled food court known as Little Taipei and were very surprised with just how secret yet amazing it was.

Ya Hoo Malaysian
A Malaysian Shop in Little Taipei (author image)

Despite being a very small food court, there was no limit in terms of options as there were a large variety of stores including (but not limited to) food from Taiwan, China, Japan and Malaysia all of which with offered heaps of different menu items. Not to mention the enormous Asian grocer downstairs.

bento box little taipei
The bento boxes we ordered (author image)

Little Taipei Taiwanese
The Taiwanese shop in Little Taipei (author image)

While we were there, we ordered a bento box which came in seven different varieties. Other options include food from all over Taiwan; Malaysian food including noodles, soups and curries; Bubble tea and Juices; Vietnamese Food and even more Japanese Food.

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Why? To go somewhere that almost nobody outside of Sunnybank has been.
When: Daily until around 9:00pm
Where: Lewina Street, Sunnybank, Brisbane
Cost: Cheap - Medium Range
Your Comment
Love this place when it used to be bigger and more lively. After the renovation and they closed off the outdoor sitting businesses had quiten down.. Too many other options available around Sunnybank now. No one goes there anymore
by maibl (score: 1|35) 1993 days ago
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