3 Blind Mice

Sandgate

The charming bayside suburb of Sandgate is fortunate to have its very own Pakistani fusion cafe, 3 Blind Mice.

Tables at this relaxed, alfresco cafe sit beneath shady umbrellas with an outlook across to Sandgate Memorial Park.

3 Blind Mice Sandgate

Traditional Pakistani food to watch out for at 3 Blind Mice cafe are hand rolled sheesh kebabs, chicken tikka roti wraps, karahi gosht (traditional beef curry), the vegetarian big breakfast and the 3 Blind Mice Cafe burger (home made beef pattie with shaved cucumber, served with yogurt and cumin).

3 Blind Mice Sandgate

For the sweet tooths, there are gluten free cakes as well as an enticing all day crepe menu featuring strawberry and chocolate crepes, lemon and sugar crepes, and bacon and maple syrup crepes. Drinks at 3 Blind Mice Cafe include organic Tielka teas, Cleanskin Coffee, as well as a range of freshly prepared smoothies and juices.

In a nutshell - Pakistani fusion cafe serving excellent breakfast and lunch options seven days a week.

By Lucy Hordern

3 Blind Mice

198 Seymour St

Sandgate

Opening hours

0432 067 405

Map

198 Seymour St Sandgate

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