brunch

East Row Specialty Coffee fritters

East Row Specialty Coffee

Note: We were invited to dine in at East Row Specialty Coffee, however all opinions are my own. I’ve also been back twice to try some other dishes and paid in full. Right on the corner of the Civic bus interchange and London Circuit is East Row Specialty Coffee. The all-day menu looks great – […] Read more…

Bunny Beans Cafe french toast

Brunch @ Bunny Beans Cafe

Note: My friend and I were provided with a complimentary brunch at Bunny Beans, however all opinions are my own. Last year, my friend told me about Bunny Beans Cafe at the local Kippax shops. I had meaning to go try it but I was either busy with other things (and heavily pregnant) or eating […] Read more…

La Baguette by R&M home delivery

Home Delivery – La Baguette by R&M

It’s a bit of a distance for me to get to La Baguette by R&M, the French bakery located the ANU School of Arts which is usually only open Monday-Friday. But it’s now much easier to get a hold of La Baguette’s baked goodies during this Covid life as they offer home deliveries! With the […] Read more…

Three Mills Bakery bake at home croissants

Home delivery and take away – Three Mills Bakery

Three Mills Bakery has its range of breads and pastries in some supermarkets (Ainslie IGA), cafes across Canberra, and at the farmers market. Covidlife has meant a shift in the business operating models of all in the hospitality industry. One change that I’m really pleased about, and hope stays after this is all over, is […] Read more…

The Front Lyneham fritters

Brunch @ The Front

Located at the Lyneham shops, The Front Gallery and Café is a spacious spot offering an all day menu. The art work in the gallery changes regularly, though it’s a bit hard to appreciate when other diners are in the way and stare back at you when you’re trying to glimpse at the art. There […] Read more…

Two for Joy Kingston hot cakes

Breakfast specials @ Two For Joy

With all the new café openings to keep up with, it’s nice to go back to an established café. Two for Joy has been in Kingston’s Green Square for years, and is still going strong. I recently rediscovered it when trying to find a place for weekend breakfast within walking distance. The weekly changing breakfast […] Read more…

Wild Flour Fyshwich shakshuka

Breakfast @ Wildflour (Fyshwick)

Wildflour is located in the middle of Fyshwick (taking over from what was Remy’s Bakery), an artisan bakery and cafe. It looks exactly the same though the display cabinet is a lot more appealing with a big range of cakes and tarts as well as hot pies. But it’s Wildflour’s croissant and doughnut stand that […] Read more…

La Baguette by R and M ANU pastries

La Baguette by R & M – a French Bakery @ ANU

La Baguette by R and M is a French bakery located in the School of Arts building at the Australian National University. It recently opened on Saturdays which is great news for the rest of Canberra that do not work near the ANU. French pastries, baguettes and tarts are baked on site every day. The […] Read more…

Hardware Societe Melbourne scallop baked eggs

Brunch @ Hardware Societe Melbourne)

I’m a sucker for baked eggs. When I know an eatery makes great baked eggs, it’s difficult to order anything else. Hardware Societe is another eatery that I try to visit every time I’m in Melbourne. Mainly because of its ridiculously awesome baked eggs. Considering it’s a French-influenced eatery, it’s no wonder I like it. […] Read more…

Kettle and Tin Mawson mocha

Brunch @ Kettle and Tin (Mawson)

Kettle and Tin in Mawson offers an all day menu, cruffins, coffee, fresh juices and milkshakes. At brunch o’clock, the sun hits the windows and lights up the already bright cafe. There are a few small tables outside in the main courtyard of the Mawson shops – a popular choice in the warmer months. I […] Read more…