Slinky Espresso is just awesome,great coffee and always friendly service. This is a great little hidden gem on the Southside of Brisbane. The meals are very filling and their Espresso's are delicious, A friendly cafe with some toys in the corner to distract the babycino drinkers. MENU
Head along to The First Pour to enjoy a coffee at the home of Veneziano coffee. There’s a kid’s nook where they can sit and color in or draw.Coffee is great! And matched with good food too! Awesome service as well! Staff are informed about the coffee, attentive, and has excellent customer service!
Outback Jack’s is great for a family outing or for the times when you have a big group out for dinner. They do a great steak which you can choose from the open kitchen and choose your wine from the walk in wine cabinet. Or you can simply sit back, choose from the menu and enjoy the full table service.The kids are warmly welcomed and will be entertained in the games room with a big blackboard, video games and movies playing. MENU
Nantucket is a child friendly restaurant that sits on the outside of the newly refurbished Indooroopilly Shoppingtown on the west side of Brisbane. Sunday lunch,faultless quality food expertly executed. Salad Nicoise the very best example with seared fresh tuna as opposed to tinned, subtle fresh dressing. Corn bread with smoked butter the perfect accompaniment. Sous vide meat grilled to perfection on the charcoal grill. Such a pleasant fit-out in typical East Coast style. MENU
The cafe is quite pleasant and always seems to be packed; they have a range of sandwiches, salads, with some raw and some cooked desserts also available.The cafe offers tasty organic treats, obviously there's a focus on health food but that doesn't mean you have to compromise on taste.
A must visit for every vegan, vegetarian and omnivore out there! This food is delicious. Great food, located in a food court. Their food is Gluten Free, plant based, organic and local.
The café itself is a smaller section of the overall organic store, but has ample seating. There are a selection of freshly made juices and various teas boasting miraculous properties. The coffee is also good (as well as fair-trade and organic).
With nothing (as yet) but organic coffee, acai bowls, protein shakes, freshly pressed juices and raw treats, the bar has a novel concept that is right on trend and will appeal to the growing market of 'clean eaters.' For those to whom the terms 'superfood' and 'clean eating' mean caped bananas and washed apples, a sign on the wall lists the 'superfoods' available (think chia seeds, maca, goji berries and the like) as add-ins to the menu items and their health benefit.
Offering some of the best and cheapest Middle Eastern food in Brisbane, this place is always popular and always bustling.
Mezze platters for two are a great choice, or there are all the usual Lebanese favourites, such as marinated and grilled lamb shish kebab skewers, served with hummus and tabbouleh. There's also a Lebanese breakfast available.
A food court restaurant serving traditional Singaporean cuisine.....do not be put off by location great food!
Little Singapore's Sunnybank restaurant serves up excellent Singaporean and Malaysian dishes inspired by the hawkers of Old Singapore.
A great choice for Indian food. Great value for money.