Ramekins Cafe

Carseldine

Ramekins Cafe is a fun, colorful cafe with indoor and al fresco seating, tucked away in Carseldine Shopping Centre.

Colorful flowers decorate the cafe's interior, while a spacious undercover seating area make this the perfect all-weather venue.

Ramekins Cafe Carseldine Shopping Centre

Ramekins offer hearty breakfasts, brunches and lunches with a wide selection of sweet and savory treats available in between.

Ramekins Cafe Carseldine Shopping Centre

For breakfast, there's traditional favorites such as eggs benedict or french crepes, as well as tasty dishes such as salty caramel apple crumble waffles or good morning brekkie bowls.

Ramekins Cafe Carseldine Shopping Centre

Meanwhile fish tacos, cajun chicken baguettes, vegetable frittatas or Thai beef salads are some of the lunch options available from 11am onwards.

Ramekins Cafe Carseldine Shopping Centre

Drinks are a specialty at Ramekins Cafe, with Elixir coffee, loose leaf teas, frappes, fresh juices and a range of gourmet shakes topped with delicate Persian fairy floss on offer.

Nice to know - Ramekins Cafe is an ideal destination for groups and gatherings. They are also available for all manner of functions, including high teas, with a range of competitive packages.

Need to know - There is ample free car parking available within Carseldine Central Shopping Centre.

By Lucy Hordern

Ramekins Cafe

735 Beams Rd

Carseldine

Opening hours

3862 8085

Map

735 Beams Rd Carseldine

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