Gone be the days of waking up at 7am for a table at your favourite café to order a simple bacon, eggs and coffee; because the popularity of a good brunch spot has taken off.
With most Brisbane restaurants offering an all-day breakfast menu, who can resist a stack of pancakes or chia pudding at 11am? But it doesn’t stop at that, the new creative levels that cafes are going to has put a new spin on even the simple avocado on toast.
At Rogue Bar and Bistro in Newstead a matcha coconut pannacotta with bruleed fruit and fresh honeycomb is not only appealing to the eye, but the explosion of flavour in every bite takes you on a foodie adventure. The inventive menu puts together flavours and elements that are a surprise to the tastebuds.
Goodness Gracious at Graceville is a perfect brunch spot for anyone looking for a relaxed vibe and good wholesome food. Their menu offers up a meal fit for any palate, ranging from a delightfully sweet French toast to a more savory Polynesian plate that is a twist on the classic bacon and eggs.
And who could go past the food offered up at Paw Paw Café in Woolloongabba?! Buddha Bowl, Breakfast Burrito and the Banoffee Hot Cakes are just a few of the items that cater for those who are gluten free, dairy free, vegan or vegetarian!