Streets Ahead Cafe

Jindalee

Streets Ahead Cafe is a spacious, undercover venue at Jindalee Home with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce, from the canny folks behind local foodie haunt Bare Bones Society.

Located outdoors, there are a selection of modern benches, tables and chairs beneath umbrellas for enjoying some relaxing refreshments.

Streets Ahead Cafe Jindalee

All day breakfasts include chia & quinoa bircher muesli, acai bowls, artisan sour dough rolls, gourmet toasties (classic Italianos and Ruebens), as well as bbq pork salad with Asian slaw & nahm jim sauce and marinated chicken salad.

Streets Ahead Cafe Jindalee

For drinks, Streets Ahead Cafe serve Toby's Estate Coffee, milkshakes, fresh juices, pots of loose leaf teas, fresh smoothies, and cold fermented kombucha. The take away cabinet is also filled with a range of freshly baked muffins, quiches and cakes which can be ordered as "grab and go" specials.

Need to know - Car parking is available onsite at Jindalee Home Shopping Centre (next door to Coles).

By Lucy Hordern

Streets Ahead Cafe

Jindalee Home Shopping Centre

168 Sinnamon Rd

Jindalee

Opening hours

3279 5217

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