Little Smirk is a relaxed café hangout that is serving delicious brunch dishes, in the back streets of Kangaroo Point.
Min & Co is a casual Italian-style eatery found on the ground floor of The Wellington boutique apartment building in East Brisbane
Martha Street Kitchen is a neighbourhood pizzeria nestled in the middle of Camp Hill’s popular Martha St café precinct
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The Smug Fig is a gorgeous garden café that shares its leafy East Brisbane corner with a nursery, antique store and fashion and accessories shop.
Mickle Pickle Espresso is a funky foodie’s cafe run by an ex-Masterchef candidate*, found in an unlikely location on Tingalpa’s busy Wynnum Rd.
As far as great places to eat breakfast in Brisbane go, Flute at Coorparoo would have to be up there with the best in the east.
One of Brisbane’s breakfast and gourmet providore stars sits tucked away in a little shopping plaza in the thick of the eastern suburbs.
As an eatery Ashton and Old wears several hats – a great value local bistro dishing up foodie's fare that is either premise made or sourced locally
The stark white and red interior of the multi-level Cafeine Cafe in Coorparoo takes a back seat to the fantastic food and coffee it serves.

Bungalow 4171, a gorgeous 1930's themed cafe on a sunny corner of Hawthorne Rd and still very much a local secret, is one of those rare places with the wow factor.

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