Summer House – Kangaroo Point 

I’ve been to Summer House a number of times, mainly on dates and for drinks with friends but this time I made it for an impromptu brunch.

Nikki and I ordered our coffees – a soy piccolo and a almond chai latte. Me in active wear, her in casual clothes and big beautiful glasses, we must have looked like we just jumped off the hipster plane from Melbourne!

My almond chai latte was beautiful, the best I’ve had in Kangaroo Point, however Nik’s want to her liking. The soy brand wasn’t the greatest choice.

I’d done the city loop walk and was suddenly ravenous so perused the menu and decided on the avocado and feta smash as it came with… TRUFFLE oil! Sold sold sold.

It looks small in the picture but it was actually a large serving, I even gave a quarter of it to Nikki to try. Delish! Hint of truffle oil, fresh avo and some cherry tomatoes and a cheese I couldn’t quite place. Maybe a very mild feta. Delightful.

I’d happily go back and will definitely be getting my chai lattes there in future!

Side note, inside looked really nice and intimate. I may investigate for a nice dinner. Live music Friday and Sunday too!

Main Street Cafe, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane 

After a sweaty hot yoga session, Renee, Nikki and I made our way (yes, in our active wear) to Main Street Cafe. 
The cafe is part of the Story Bridge, an iconic bar in the heart of Kangaroo Point. Funky decor, fresh juice and bread.

We all ended up ordering the same meal, sweet corn fritters with smashed avocado, semi sundries tomatoes and dukkah. The sweet corn was fresh and juicy – popped in your mouth and everything worked well together on the plate. Big servings and with my fresh juice I was full and happy after my big start to the day!

Hot Tip: they sell beautiful bunches of lillies for $20!


Tuppy’s for Brekky

Just up the road from my house is a little convenience store that does some fast food. Mainly fish and chips but also breakfast. Thankfully, they were open Easter Friday to cure my hangover!

Obviously I got a bit carried away eating before I managed to take this pic.

They do really cheap breakfast – 2 eggs, nice bacon, thick cut toast, a sausage, tomato and an orange juice for about $12.

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