We have picked our favourite places to eat in and around Churchlands to share with you.
This is the cutest little neighbourhood café and they are known for their exquisite coffee! As the name suggests, the food is all about fresh and wholesome ingredients made into beautiful healthy dishes. Chia pudding anyone? There’s also a little deli area where you can purchase your own food such as honey granola, pasta sauces and assorted teas.
Hermosa is a Spanish inspired eatery on Cambridge Street and has become one of the area’s most popular eateries. The restaurant is huge and is always buzzing with people. The décor is modern with attention-grabbing art and patterns. Indulge in the seasonal menu that even includes churros for breakfast, yum! This place is worth a visit and you won’t be disappointed.
This little nook in the Herdsman is perfect for those times when you need a quick but good quality coffee and something small to nibble on. They have gourmet bagels, gluten free rolls and delicious pastries on offer to mention a few. They also have gelato and frozen yogurts – the kids will love that! If you are in a real hurry you can text them your order and quickly swing by to collect it!
Owned by the same people that opened The Brisbane Hotel, The Boulevard definitely impresses with a striking long bar, beer garden and a comfortable lounge area. The menu ranges from typical man food like a steak sandwich to more refined meals like barramundi with mango and cucumber salad. If you struggle to decide on which beer to have from the extensive range, then you can opt for a beer tasting platter. They also have great specials on like ½ prize pizzas on Mondays and Happy Hour Monday – Friday.
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