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Ling Ling’s Dim Sum Disco Sundays

By George Hadgelias

Fortitude Valley’s neon-lit late-night bar and eatery Ling Ling has caught disco fever and is launching a weekly party to celebrate. Kicking off on Sunday August 30, Ling Ling’s Dim Sum Disco Sundays has it all – catchy beats, a delicious dim sum spread and bottomless sips.

Guests can tuck into a nine-course dim sum package, which includes fire crackers, samurai fries, buddha spring rolls, prawn and ginger dumplings, veggie dumplings, pork-belly bao buns, pork fun buns, sweet-chilli chicken karaage and panda greens. Plant-based diners can take advantage of the eight-course vegan dim sum package, which features vege-friendly delicacies from the OG dim sum menu as well as shallot pancakes, tofu bao buns, salt and pepper tofu, and eggplant san chow bow.

Thirsty folk can sip on a boozy selection of bottomless Aperol Spritz, mimosas, prosecco, rosé and Tiger Beer for two hours. If that isn’t enough, you can even score bottle service on the day with Ciroc Vodka, Tanqueray Gin, Veuve Cliquot or Jansz Premium Cuvee all available at an extra cost. Keeping the good vibes going, Ling Ling will fill your ears with back-to-back disco, house and party tunes, with some of Brisbane’s best DJs on the decks spinning beats.

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