A lot of thought & effort has gone into the creation of this groovy retro cafe and it shows. From the orange and olive vinyl stools, the red and blue painted metal chairs and wood-panelled 1950’s booths, the bowling skittle door stop to the plastic tomato-sculpted sauce holders.
All of this is matched by the food – home-style comfort cooking for the soul, drawing from the hand-written recipes of the owner’s grandmother. And with all dishes under ten dollars it’d be hard for grandma to make them at home for less. While the lunch menu is kept simple with burgers or toasties, the breakfast has more variety with dishes such as thyme buttered mushrooms and fetta on wholegrain or sweet corn fritters and sour cream to complement the standard bacon and eggs.
Best-of drinks are the old-fashioned milkshakes and BlackStar coffee.
2/478 Ipswich Rd
Cnr Annerley Arcade