Cafes

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Spoiled for choice at Anouk

Posted by on Jul 5, 2016 in Bars, Cafes, Restaurants

Situated in the heart of Paddington, Anouk has been a mainstay amongst the popular cafes since 2007. Their flair for interesting cuisine full of international flavours is something that keeps diners returning and hungry for more. Surprisingly, I tried Anouk out for the first time ever a few days ago and was equal parts impressed …

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It’s easy to waffle on about Cafe Grenadine

Posted by on May 12, 2016 in Cafes

tl;dr: Fancy foodies may flock to the small collection of shop fronts now known, rather grandly, as the Martha Street Precinct, but this newcomer shows it’s unwise to follow the crowd. From the location and fitout to the interior decoration and food, Cafe Grenadine is an exercise in understatement. Situated at the opposite end of …

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The bunny chow burger instantly dominates a table filled with delicious food. The bunny chow burger instantly dominates a table filled with delicious food.

The best dish at IndiMex right now is South African street food

Posted by on Apr 24, 2016 in Cafes, Restaurants

There are three Indian Mexican fusion restaurants near where I live. In fact, fusion places seem to be springing up faster than dedicated Indian or Mexican restaurants. It’s not the sort of thing likely to become a nationwide trend, but if it does, the credit belongs to IndiMex. The colourful, cartoonish eatery at Stones Corner has …

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An afternoon of puns and pies at Piefection

Posted by on Mar 19, 2016 in Cafes, Takeaway

Between an unapologetically cheesy name and a list of pies ranging from the slightly gourmet to the downright indulgent, Piefection is a pie shop for our times. The logo itself, Greek-letter-turned-number pi, is a visual dad joke – if your dad teaches maths or is a fan of The Simpsons, that is. Considering HITW’s love …

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I ate everything in America and ‘avo LOT more appreciation for basic, Aussie breakfast foods.

Posted by on Mar 13, 2016 in Bars, Cafes, Opinion, Restaurants

We all know there are just too many goddamn places to choose from when it comes to pinpointing a great brekky in Brisbane. With so many joints posting all these amazing photos of maple-bacon waffles on Instagram, where do you even start? Too many maple-bacon waffle options (is that even a thing?), so little time/cash, …

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Eating a Chee-ze burger won't get you any interviews on the Today show, but it will be very satisfying. Eating a Chee-ze burger won't get you any interviews on the Today show, but it will be very satisfying.

Ze Pickle is more than a crazy doughnut burger factory

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in Bars, Cafes, Takeaway

One of the latest escalations in Brisbane’s never ending burger free-for-all came about a month before Christmas. This was when Gold Coast favourite Ze Pickle opened in Fortitude Valley. Ze Pickle is known for offering hilariously over the top meals, several of which aren’t so much burgers as childlike combinations of indulgent foods with a …

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We went to the Cat Cuddle Cafe. It was pawsome.

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Activities, Cafes

I’m a crazy cat lady, and i’m more than ok with it. Unfortunately for me, my beloved kitties live with my mum all the way in Toowoomba. So to fill the cat shaped hole in my heart, I headed down to the Cat Cuddle Cafe in Ashgrove – which, I found out, is a 20 …

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