Hobby Lane Cafe
Hobby Lane Cafe, tucked away on Blackwood Street in Mitchelton's eat and drink precinct, provides gourmet, seasonal far for breakfast and lunch.
The interior tables at Hobby Lane Cafe are minimalist and practical, alongside casual stools which overflow into handy side walk seating. There are decadent cakes, biscuits, slices and donuts for sale in the display cabinet as well as loaves of freshly baked bread and house-made condiments.
For breakfast, on weekends Hobby Lane Cafe serves waffle ice-cream sandwiches, cinnamon french toast, corn fritters, bacon and poached eggs and the Brexican ( avocado, blue tortilla chips, creamed corn chorizo, dirty rice, pan egg, sour cream green jalapeno jam). On weekdays the menu has extras for those on the go including mushroom toasties, morning burger and breaky-to-go-roll ( milk bun, smoked bacon, free range egg haloumi, rocket, sweet chilli jam, aioli).
For lunch, the menu features poke bowls with marinated Kingfish, goodness bowls with quinoa and kale as well as a range of fresh sandwiches and juices.
For lunch, the menu features Baja reef fish tacos, goodness bowls with quinoa and kale as well as bacon bagels, buttermilk fried chicken salads and rib fillet steak sandwich.
Take away Toby's Estate Coffee is also served through the spacious street front windows.
In a nutshell - Perfectly located cafe serving tasty gourmet meals, with easy take away coffee options (highly recommended during Blackwood Street Markets - 1st Sunday each month).
Nice to know - There is a small car park located behind Hobby Lane Cafe, and Mitchelton Train Station is a two minute walk away.
The menu may have changed since this review
By Lucy Hordern
Hobby Lane Cafe
43 Blackwood St