Little Big House is the perfect spot for relaxed weekend vibes with your friends and no-fuss food.
The venue features palm trees, wide verandas, fairy lights and an iconic façade.
The menu has an emphasis on local Queensland seasonal ingredients, with rotisserie roasted chicken, meats and seafood the key players.
My husband thoroughly enjoyed his little chook rotisserie meat with chips, lettuce, and gravy. These are suitable for sharing with other people, especially if you go with the big chook and order a couple of sides like salads, roasted spuds or roasted veggies.
I enjoyed my pork belly roll with ample cabbage and apple slaw and dill pickles. The bun was fresh and all together it was flavour packed. Delicious.
The chicken parmi spring rolls were a highlight and a must-try.
Little Big House is a suitable venue for all types of parties. The location is perfect for taking the train home as it’s right next to the South Bank train station.
Sundays are fondly called the LBH House Party feature weekly live music followed by DJs from 3 pm.
There is a small menu for children. Salads for vegetarians.
The history behind the Little Big House
- It was built in 1889 and originally called ‘Collins Place’.
- It is a heritage listed Queenslander.
- In a past life, it has been the Ship Inn, a Spaghetti House during World Expo 88, a squatter’s den and South Bank Police Station.
About Little Big House
Little Big House is located at 18 Southpoint, 271 Grey Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101