Sarmic Artisan Provisions & Cafe

Bulimba

Sarmic Artisan Provisions & Café is Bulimba's reliable go to for brunch, well-brewed Bear Bones espresso and little jars of homemade goodness such as sweet chilli jam, roast tomato relish, pistachio dukkah and salted caramel sauce.

Sarmic Artisan Provisions & Café Bulimba

Found off the beaten track, on the corner of Apollo Road and Hood Street, Sarmic is the brainchild of Chef Michael Hoare (former head chef at West End's Plenty) and his wife Sarah. Bright and airy inside, the décor is industrial chic with a great recycled, communal timber table, repurposed metal bucket light fixtures and a whimsical wall mural. 

Sarmic Artisan Provisions & Café Bulimba

Open for breakfast and lunch six days a week, the small but impressive menu includes options such as herb smashed avocado on corn bread with lime and capsicum jam, Beef Brisket with creamed corn, fried egg, sambal, sour cream and turkish, and Hotcakes with strawberry meringue mess.

There's also a small menu for little gourmands including egg and bacon roll, avo or eggs on toast, hotcakes, fairy bread and cheese toasties.

Sarmic Artisan Provisions & Café Bulimba

Beside coffee, customers can sip hand-blended specialty teas from West End Tea Co, hot chocolate, smoothies, milkshakes and juices.

By Deb Lidster

Sarmic Artisan Provisions & Cafe

7 Apollo Rd

Bulimba

Opening Hours

0426 485 405

Map

7 Apollo Rd Bulimba

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