I love weekends! After a busy and stressful week at work we always hunger for a hearty breakfast, but where can we find the best brekky in Brisbane? Recently Mr F came across the “Talk of the Town” on Urbanspoon Brisbane website and Kettle and Tin is one of the top newest attraction.
We arrived at around 9am and it wasn’t as busy as we expected, the decor is chic and modern, simple and elegant! Interesting wall art by owner and graffiti artist Asa Boardman.
The wine menu is written in a “homework booklet” style, so cute! I hope Little Monster is not studying hard behind it😛
We ordered a Banana and Honey Smoothie for Little Monster and he absolutely loved it! Thick, rich, fully packed with bananas!
Our coffee is from Giancarlo beans, nice, smooth, nothing to complain…
Little Monster loves egg omelette so I ordered a Parmesan and Spinach Egg White Omelette, it’s nothing spectacular but we both loved it!
Mr F ordered a Kettle & Tin’s Hearty Corned Beef Hash Cakes and he said it’s one of the best he had for some time! Since he didn’t like poached eggs so he asked to change it to scrambled eggs, it’s lovely! The tomato salsa, olive oil and vinaigrette match the hash cakes very well. Very delicate and thoughtful combinations!
The cute waiter at the bar😛
Lovely deck sitting outside, would be so fun watching all the passersby on Given Terrace…
Next on our brekky wishlist is Ponycat at New Farm, so looking forward to it!
Kettle and Tin
215 Given Terrace Paddington Q4064
Phone: 07 3369 3778
Opening Hours: Mon-Wed 7am – 4pm, Thurs – Sat 7am – 12am, Sunday 7am – 5pm
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Pearl Cafe, Woolloongabba
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Dandelion & Driftwood, Hendra
Au Cirque, New Farm
The Lido Woodfire Cafe and Restaurant, Ascot
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