brunch

Brunch @ 4th Seed

4th Seed is a great new-ish cafe in the Queanbeyan CBD serving breakfast and lunch. I’d read a review that the French Toast was pretty good but was only available on weekends. So on a free Saturday morning, I headed over. They have a display cabinet of yummy treats like macarons, tarts, muffins, cakes and […] Read more…

Mint Rd

Mint Rd – A new coffee spot and cafe opened up in Narrabundah a few weeks ago. I tried it out for breakfast one Sunday morning. When walking inside the small cafe, I was greeted warmly by staff. The first thing I noticed was the magnificent green Italian coffee machine. I’d read that Mint Rd […] Read more…

Brunch @ Ricetta

There are eggs galore on Ricetta‘s weekend brunch menu. Ricetta is an Italian cafe/pizzeria that also do breakfast pizzas and calzone (folded over pizza). It is hidden away in Manuka, at the M Centre along Palmerston Lane. I only discovered this place after seeing it on Livingsocial with a voucher deal for 2 people. I […] Read more…

Mocan & Green Grout

I’d been wanting to try this place out for ages and finally had an opportunity on a Sunday afternoon. Great thing about Mocan and Green Grout is that its open for brunch both Saturday and Sunday which is quite rare for cafés in Civic. The cute and quirky little café reminds me of the cafés […] Read more…

$25 breakfast prefix at C Dine Bar

The breakfast prefix menu at C Dine Bar provides a 2 course menu where you can choose what you would like in each course. It also includes an amuse bouche as a starter. I think this is the only venue in Canberra to offer a breakfast prefix. Love the idea! The amuse bouche was a […] Read more…

Brunch @ Loading Zone

Loading Zone in Civic recently opened its doors for Saturday brunch. And of course, I wanted to try it out 😛 I ordered the Baked Eggs with tomato sugo, fennel, chick peas and sausage. This was nice, warm and hearty. I felt like I was at nonna’s house having a home-made breakfast. The eggs were […] Read more…

Bean & Grain bagel

A friend suggested I check out Bean and Grain for their awesome bagels. I must admit, I’m not a huge fan of bagels – they’re usually dry and dense. Bean and Grain bake their bagels and other breads fresh every day. Located at the Fyshwick fresh food markets, you need to get in early-ish (before […] Read more…

Brunch @ Two Before Ten

Two Before Ten Cafe and Roasters is located in Canberra House in the city (opposite Muddle Bar). It’s a cute little cafe that provides an all day menu and its own roasted coffee beans. They provide courses in brewing and drinking coffee on Saturday mornings, titled ‘The Ultimate Coffee Experience’. The inside is very open, […] Read more…

Brunch @ Pulp Kitchen

I’d heard of Pulp Kitchen, a European brasserie, but hadn’t had an opportunity to check it out. A friend and I decided to head there for brunch on a Saturday morning. We both ordered the same thing – Pulled pork in beans, baked eggs with toast soldiers. Absoultely loved this dish! The toast ‘soldiers’ were […] Read more…

Brunch @ Elk & Pea

I caught up with some friends for brunch at the Elk & Pea in Braddon. It was busy when we got there, with people queuing up outside the door. Luckily we’d booked a table. We were shown inside to our table. First thing I noticed was the huge bird cage like sculpture/ornament with a table […] Read more…