Little Smirk

Kangaroo Point

Little Smirk is a relaxed café hangout that is serving up delicious brunch dishes, in the back streets of Kangaroo Point.

The coffee shop is located on the corner of Baines and Duke Street, just off bustling Main Street. It is laden with al fresco dining areas and a few tables inside, making it the ideal spot for a relaxed bite to eat with family or friends (furry friends are welcome too).

The simplistic brunch menu lists many delicious dishes, using all the Brissie favourites; avocado, hash browns and of course, bacon. Although the granola bowl took our fancy, it is made in-house and served with a delicious vanilla yoghurt and seasonal fruit.

Little Smirk makes a delicious smoothie to accompany a meal or grab on the go, which is a banana and chai flavour. It is quite the delight.

There’s also plenty of coffee and tea, which is popular in takeaway form. For something a little different, order a Little Smirk sticky chai, which can be made as a tea or a latte.

Need to know – Dogs are welcome. There is plenty of parking nearby.

Nice to know – Fancy a picnic? Little Smirk can provide a picnic blanket and your food to-go, providing the opportunity to dine in Raymond Park – opposite the cafe.

By Zoe Kirby

93 Baines Street

Kangaroo Point

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93 Baines Street

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