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Heroes Karaoke Rooftop Bar is a Melbourne institution. Nestled on the 4th floor between Bourke and Little Bourke, it’s the perfect spot for an outdoor drink – or karaoke session! With plenty of cover and heating, it’s built for year round drinking. If you’re looking for a hidden bar in the middle of the CBD, Heroes karaoke has a massive list of songs.
Nitro Labs newest attraction is Heroes, the Southeast Asian-inspired bar and barbeque spot from the team behind Fancy Hanks. The back of the store is home to an elevator that takes you from cool, liquid-nitrogen-produced fog to the rich charcoal smoke of Heroes. There, you can enjoy a variety of delicious Southeast Asian-inspired dishes like satay chicken skewers, Thai green curry, and Vietnamese pork ribs.
And don’t forget to indulge in a little Melbourne karaoke bar while you’re there! With a library of over 10,000 songs to choose from, you’re sure to find something that suits your taste. The menu features Malaysian favourites as well as Western classics, so there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
This level-two dining room offers an immediate impression of visual chaos, with an explosion of posters featuring Malaysian ads and classic Southeast Asian pop groups lining the walls. A Chinese dragon winds its way through multicoloured hula hoops and bunches of plastic fruit, making it the perfect place to let your hair down and have some laughs.
Owner Alicia Cheong, Myles Munroe and Kent Bell hit every junk shop, flea market and antique shop they could find to furnish their bar. They were looking for pieces with character that would make their customers feel at home. The result is a space with shiny black tables and bar stools, and a small plate signed by Abdul Hafidz, the owner of antique shop Koleksi Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. His inscription reads: “We are friends”.
Not only do they have an impressive selection of songs to choose from, but they also have a disco ball in the dining room and ’90s band posters lining the stairwell. Whether you want to book one of the private rooms or take on the open stage, hero’s is sure to provide a night (or day) you won’t forget.
With a level-three elevation, the bright lights and colourful tables create a fun and vibrant atmosphere, while the crumbling street-facing facade remains for an industrial touch. The old roof has been knocked out to create a relaxed, open-air spot where you can peruse the Southeast Asian-inspired cocktail list.
Chef Cheong has set up shop on the rooftop of Hero’s, and is cooking up a storm on his custom-built grill. There’s something for everyone on the Heroes menu, from Szechuan-spiced brisket, smoked across the road at Fancy Hank’s and deep fried for service; to a changing sambal seafood special. So whether you’re looking for a hearty meal or something light and refreshing.
Curated by Oscar Eastman (ex-Eau de Vie, Loretta’s), the menu offers a tight selection of local craft beers and an even tighter list of wine classics from Italy and France. If cocktails aren’t your thing, don’t worry – there’s also a great range of local pilsners and sour beers to choose from. So come on in and enjoy a drink or two at this amazing new Melbourne hotspot.