Heroes Write-ups

We've been pretty luck to get some great press since we've opened, and some awesome customer reviews. Here's a few of them for you to check out.

 Customer Reviews

Plenty of good times to be had, weather that's singing your heart out in the karaoke rooms or chilling on the roof with your pals it's a guaranteed vibe. Also don't get me started on the food! (it's speaks for itself, words don't do it justice). anyway I love heroes and I will be there a lot more β€οΈ

Jason Harkett, Facebook

πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» visited for the first time on Friday night for a birthday and could not complain about anything. Staff were definitely a stand out for us! Emma & I think his name was Justin :S sorry I forget your name eep! we’re friendly, accommodating and just stars. Heroes are lucky to have such a great team so πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» to you.

Natalie Sargeant, Facebook

Decided to opt for the function room on Friday night for my birthday and the basement room is so great! Very private but spacious enough for the 20-30 people we had. Great service and FOOD! Everything went super smooth with the booking (booked 4 hours) and the karaoke system is fancier than I’m use to, had a great variety of songs selection. Super happy with the vibe and the way the night ran, thanks so much Heroes bar and THE STAFF for a very memorable birthday! WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!

Kernii Lee, Facebook

Cheap but amazing karaoke room that can be booked! :) Will be back!

Tamara Tabb, Facebook

"With an appealing menu of South-East Asian hawker hits, a fanciful fit-out, a massive rooftop terrace bar and karaoke to boot, this new party palace is well on song."
- Dan Stock, Herald Sun
A night at Heroes begins on Bourke Street, in the ice-cream shop Nitro Lab. At the back of the store is an elevator that takes you from cool, liquid-nitrogen-produced fog to the rich charcoal smoke of Heroes, the Southeast Asian-inspired bar and barbeque spot from the team behind Fancy Hank’s.
Luke Robertson, Broadsheet
Overall, Heroes feels a little confused. But it’s a fun confusion, and if you can score a booking for that karaoke room you and your crew are in for a great night. Grab a drink to loosen your pipes up, top up the tanks with meat-on-sticks, and live your life like a hero.
Fred Siggins, Timeout
A chicken skewer grill, built like a foosbal table, came back with Cheong on the plane from Singapore. It sits in the kitchen next to a custom-built Silver Creek Smokers grill, which she'll use to cook her Singaporean and Malaysian food: think satay sticks, barbecue chicken wings, Sichuan brisket, cooling salads and pickles.

β€œThe approach with the drinks was all about not taking it too seriously and keeping people happy,” Eastman says.

He’s nailed the brief.

Michael Harden, Domain

Barbecue and smoked meat experts Fancy Hanks are at it again β€” after their highly successful pop-up, Majestic Hawker, where food was cooked over an open flame, they've brought their stoveless concept back to Bourke Street.
Jonathan Ford & Sarah Ward, Concrete Playground