Three Girls Skipping

Graceville

Although more of a corner coffee and cake nook than a fully fledged cafe, this whimsically named food stop has all the right ingredients, thanks to the combined talents of owner chef Caroline Jones and Parisian pastry chef Denis Giusto.

With, as Caroline says, not a can opener or microwave on the premises, the light breakfasts (served till 1pm), lunches, tarts and pastries are made from scratch and/or baked on the spot and it shows.

Frangipani tarts, berry friands, éclairs, brownies and the macarons (rose, coffee, chocolate or tonka bean flavoured), not to mention the kids favourite in house marshmallows are train-trip worthy, especially when washed down with a Lindt hot chocolate or excellent Genovese brew.

If there is a drawback it is that the popularity of the simple venue way exceeds its size, especially on weekends.

Three Girls Skipping

363 Honour Ave

Graceville

Graceville Station

Tue-Fri 7am-4.30pm

Sat-Sun 7am-4pm

33791688

Map

363 Honour Ave, Graceville, Queensland

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