Backstreet Brewhouse

Kenmore

Backstreet Brewhouse overlooks Misty Morn Park in Kenmore, making it an ideal hidden corner to enjoy breakfast or lunch with family and friends.

A selection of tables sit beneath umbrellas, so that children can easily access the swings and slide in the adjacent playground.

Backstreet Brewhouse Kenmore

The menu at Backstreet Brewhouse features home made beef burgers, breakfast platters (fresh fruit, yogurt, banana bread & granola), savory platters (marinated olives, bruscetta, cheese, & dips), sweet berry waffles, wholesome quiches and toasties.

Backstreet Brewhouse Kenmore

The cafe roast their own coffee beans and also serve a range of smoothies, juices, teas and complimentary babycinos. The front counter also features a fine selection of donuts, cakes, slices and other home baked goodies.

Backstreet Brewhouse Kenmore

In a nutshell - Parkside cafe with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, great food and house roasted coffee.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in Aug 2018.

By Lucy Hordern

Backstreet Brewhouse

26 Kingussie St

Kenmore

Mon-Fri 6-12*

Sat 6-1*

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26 Kingussie St Kenmore

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