Where The Wolves Eat

Morningside

Where the Wolves Eat is a stunning Morningside café serving top-notch foodie fare and boutique coffee, roasted locally by Hardy Boys Coffee Company. 

Located next to Lick! Ice Cream on Wynnum Road, this stunning café features polished concrete flooring, gorgeous wall murals and a luxe, corner coffee nook. Customers can dine inside the spacious café or outside on the patio.

Where The Wolves Are, Morningside

The all-day menu includes Croque-Madame (egg-dipped sourdough, house made mustard,  gruyere cheese, leg ham, fried egg and cauliflower piccalilli), Cacio e Pepe (spaghetti, black pepper, grana padano, pecorino and poached eggs on sourdough) and Wolf Country savoury pancakes with jack cheese, bacon, pork and fennel sausage crumble, chipotle and bourbon spiked maple.

Where The Wolves Are, Morningside

Lunch-type fare ranges from wagyu beef burgers with special sauce and cheddar cheese on a milk bun served with thick cut chips, to fried chicken french toast sandwiches with chipotle slaw and pineapple and habanero glaze.

Where The Wolves Are, Morningside

Child-friendly, wolf cubs can devour pancakes with maple syrup and ice cream, bacon and egg on sourdough or fried chicken and chips.

By Deb Lidster

Where the Wolves Eat

591 Wynnum Rd

Morningside

Opening hours

3189 5109

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