Greens And Grains

Clayfield

Greens and Grains has joined the thriving suburb of Clayfield, with a vibrant, healthy and delicious salad bar and coffee house.

This Graceville originating café is located along bustling Sandgate Road, making it the perfect pit stop for a salad or nutritious baked goods on the way to or from work. The café has a huge salad bar, bread and pastry counter, coffee machine and a fridge full of pre-prepared meals. Outdoor alfresco style tables are situated outside of the café, for patrons who would like to dine in.

The salad menu is seasonal, with many different combinations to try. If you’re into your greens try their shredded raw kale salad – abundant with kale, pepitas, dried cranberries, red onion and dressed with truffle oil and honey.

Looking for a side to a weekend BBQ? Give their grilled sweetcorn slaw with Dijon mayonnaise a try.

Their roasted pumpkin salad is a popular choice with locals, filled with delicious chunks of pumpkin, quinoa, dates, red onion, spinach, feta, candied walnuts and dressed with orange and honey. Zoodles are also on the menu, which are a great healthy alternative for carb-heavy pasta dishes.

There is also a wide selection of Crust & Co breads available to order, freshly baked pastries and gluten-free treats. 

 Alternatively, prepared meals from their well-stocked fridge are ready to be demolished by hungry families, such as home-cooked pies, quiches and soups.

 Coffee can be ordered to dine in or takeaway, as well as a range of fresh bottled juices and teas.

 Need to know – Centre parking is available. Dogs are welcome in the al fresco dining area.

 Nice to know – Catering is offered by Greens and Grains, ideal for office dining or parties.

By Zoe Kirby

1/731 Sandgate Road

Clayfield

Tue-Fri 7-6

Sat 7-3

Sun 7-2

3862 4051

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1/731 Sandgate Road

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