Famish'd On Frasers


Occupying an old corner store hidden in the leafy avenues of Ashgrove, Famish'd makes a great casual dining cafe that is child and dog friendly Famish'd on Frasers.

Dine on the sunny deck which spills over to the verandah of the architect's house next door or inside the cosy dining space with wall mural of Brisbane scenes. Coffee is well brewed Elixir and, aside from delicious breakfasts that keep locals-in-the-know coming back, the lunch menu consists of innovative salads such as warm sweet pork belly, crab cakes, Caesar or roasted pumpkin and pine nuts.

Other options include toasted Turkish, Panini, BLT, wraps, a share plate of house delicacies or the excellent house-made Wagyu burger, a lush affair with pancetta, beetroot, cream, caramelized onion and a side of hand cut chips.

The children's menu at $8.50 includes a drink and choices such as mini burger, chicken or cheese fingers and toasties. All can be enjoyed in special children's chairs with a side of colouring in.

Dogs are welcome outside and staff happy to provide water.

Famish'd is also open nights later in the week for dinner.

Famish'd on Frasers

62 Frasers Rd


Tue-Sat 7-3

Thu-Sat 5-10

Sun 7-3

3366 2466


62 Frasers Rd, Ashgrove, Queensland

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