Fig Tree Deli

Camp Hill

One of Brisbane’s breakfast and gourmet providore stars sits tucked away in a little shopping plaza in the thick of the eastern suburbs. Don’t be fooled by the centre’s cookie cutter exterior for, as savvy locals know, Samuel Village has more than its fair share of gems like this.

Sit indoors by the pantry shelves or under the art wall or outdoors in an annexed pavilion and enjoy what is arguably one of the best breakfasts to be had in Brisbane, served with a smile. Then tuck into the Spanish eggs with chorizo served in a tiny paella pan or the mushrooms with avocado, sourdough and to-die-for red pepper marmalade or the Eggs Benedict or anything with their delicious bacon – nothing here goes begging.

Lunches are just as delectable, the Merlo coffee is well-made and the selection of deli items and foodstuffs sourced locally and globally are first class. Dutch biscuits, Italian and French cheeses, Spanish meats, Belgian chocolates, pink salt, French moutarde, top shelf oils, sauces and jams, little paella pans, coffee beans, gingerbread, Japanese teapots and more will have only the strong-willed leaving empty-handed.

 

Fig Tree Deli  

11/17 Samuel St

Camp Hill

Mon-Fri 7.30am-5pm

Sat 8am-4pm

Sun 8am-1pm

33988917

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17 Samuel St, Camp Hill, Queensland

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