Little Fox Lane

Aspley

Little Fox Lane In Aspley is an inspiring cafe filled with plants, gifts and homewares, making it the perfect spot to relax and admire the peaceful surroundings.

Unique terrariums, hand woven baskets, soy candles and macrame pieces line the walls of this cute northside cafe.

Little Fox Lane Aspley

The front counter displays a selection of house prepared sweet treats sitting beside kokedama ferns, elegant cactii and miniature palm trees. There are tables and chairs positioned inside the cafe or handy stools outside overlooking the footpath.

Little Fox Lane Aspley

Drinks at Little Fox Lane include locally roasted Abrisca coffee, HRVST juices and gourmet shakes. The breakfast and brunch menu features acai bowls, savory mince on sourdough, eggplant and capsicum smash, fresh bagels and bacon & egg muffins.

Little Fox Lane Aspley

In a nutshell - Plant filled cafe and homewares store featuring seating amongst a lush collection of kokedama ferns, elegant cactii and miniature palm trees.

Nice to know - Parking is available along Robinson Rd.

By Lucy Hordern

Little Fox Lane

589 Robinson Rd

Aspley West

Opening hours

0481 526 416

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