Little Gossip Cafe

Everton Hills

Little Gossip Cafe is a well-kept local dining secret worth discovering in Everton Hills.

There is a healthy slant to the menu at this cute cafe with some interesting smoothies and breakfast acai bowls available. The all day breakfast menu boasts superfoods such as acai expresso, berry bomb, or the raw kale, quinoa, and brocoli salad with coconut and blueberries.

Little Gossip Cafe Everton Hills

Some other all day breakfast options are granola and yogurt, corn fritter stack with bacon and avocado, eggs benedict, haloumi, and hash browns.

Little Gossip Cafe Everton Hills

For lunch at Little Gossip Cafe, there are felafel wraps, vegan-friendly felafel burgers, beef burgers, salmon burgers, and toasties (optional gluten free toast).

Little Gossip Cafe Everton Hills

Drinks include Phoenix juices, turmeric elixir, organic Establishment coffee and Tease tea. While on the counter, there are a tempting range of goodies to take away - muffins, bliss balls, or home made biscuits for later.

Nice to know: There is plenty of car parking located directly in front of Little Gossip Cafe.

By Lucy Hordern

Little Gossip Cafe

103 Camelia Ave

Everton Hills

Opening Hours

0425 059 008

Map

103 Camelia Ave Everton Hills

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