Ponycat is one of the most talked about cafe in Brisbane and finally we are here! We had high expectations of the food and service after our visit to Kettle and Tin at Paddington, both opened by graffti artist Asa Boardman. Ponycat is so much smaller compared to K&T, yesterday morning there was a long queue while it was pouring outside but the friendly waitress said as soon as there’s a table ready she’d let us know.
Let’s see what to order.. Oh! Where’s the menu? It’s all written on the blackboard, great! (where are my glasses? )
Mr F ordered a latte to start with and he was very impressed about it, same as K&T, it’s Giancarlo beans. Great!
Little Monster and I share our favourite Banana & Honey Smoothie, it’s rich and tasty but not as thick as K&T‘s.
Mr F‘s Scrambled Eggs on Toast, he said the scrambled eggs were super smooth and rich in taste!
My Roasted Field Mushrooms on Rye is deliciouxxx! Plenty of goat cheese and pesto and dressing making it a wonderful brunch option.
Unlike K&T where there’s plenty of room for a highchair, Ponycat doesn’t provide highchair but we usually don’t mind and just carry our own booster for the Little Monster, easy enough!
Brisbane’s cafe scene is sprouting like mushroom, when are we going to finish visit all of them? Great to see there are so many choices to foodlovers!
Address: 693 Brunswich St New Farm Q4005
Phone: 07 32542833
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 7am-4pm
Do you want to read more about other interesting breakfast places in Brisbane?
Mizu Japanese, Teneriffe
Ikea, Slacks Creek
Bungalow 4171, Hawthorne
Vagelis Cafe and Bar, Ascot
Brown Dog Cafe, Woolloongabba
Pearl Cafe, Woolloongabba
Madisons Cafe, Broadbeach
Dandelion & Driftwood, Hendra
Au Cirque, New Farm
The Lido Woodfire Cafe and Restaurant, Ascot
Cliffs Cafe, Kangaroo Point
Spoon Deli Cafe, New Farm
Symposium Cafe, Fortitude Valley (2012) (2010)
Kettle and Tin, Paddington
The Burrow, West End