We heard rumours that this was the best cafe in Queensland from an experienced travel writer – we had to check it out!
It doesn’t open until 8.30, we were hanging for our coffees after waiting out the front for the cafe to open.
That aside, the menu looks phenomenal and I could quite happily make my way right through the entire thing!
Modern and intricate decor, beautiful and fresh pastries on the counter. We chose the window bar to people watch.
Almond chai latte – on point.
Could hardly make my mind up on which breakfast item, finally settling on the W.A. black Truffle scrambled eggs on sour dough with rich tomato ragu, crispy local bacon and pecorino. At $20 I thought it was very reasonable.
The meal didn’t take long to come out and was delightful! You could smell and taste the truffle, the ragu was rich and the bacon cooked perfectly.
Brandon went with the Turkish eggs, they looked beautiful and apparently tasted great too!
Can’t wait to go back again soon!