The Single Guys

Kenmore

Located in the local village of Kenmore, The Single Guys serves up the best coffee in town along side a seasonal all day breakfast and lunch menu and counter cakes. 


The décor is hip and trendy with a sea of black and white amongst low hanging light bulbs on orange cords and packets of coffee sitting proudly on black wall shelves.

The Single Guys Kenmore

For those with a sweet tooth, the Fruity French Toast is an eye-pleasing dish with delicious rosewater rhubarb alongside candied pistachios and a vanilla anglais, topped off with impressive fairy floss that melts in the mouth.

Meanwhile, the Bacon and Free Range Egg on Brioche Bun hits the spot at breakfast time with the egg cooked to perfection and a tasty tomato relish smothered on the bun.

The Single Guys Kenmore's bacon and egg sandwich

Known as ‘the place to go’ by locals, the hip café offers wholesale house roasted single-origin coffee to the public as well as cafés and offices, giving visitors the chance to enjoy the quality roasts in the comfort of their own homes.

In a nutshell: The Single Guys has made its mark in Kenmore with quality coffee available to dine in, takeaway or enjoy at home.

The Single Guys

2/2051 Moggill Rd

Kenmore

Mon-Sat 6-6

Sun7-3

3878 1113

Map

2051 Moggill Rd Kenmore

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