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Frankee & Co Suburban Wholefood Kitchen

Your healthy food fairy godmother.
By Sarah Ward
July 14, 2016
By Sarah Ward
July 14, 2016

So, you want to eat tastier, more nourishing meals, but you wish someone else would do all the hard work for you. You know what we're talking about: sourcing the fresh produce and coming up with interesting dishes to eat, for starters. Oh, and cooking, of course.

If you live near Springwood, then you're in luck, because eating breakfast, brunch or lunch away from home just got a whole lot better for you. Located on the corner of Springwood Road and Cinderella Drive, think of Frankee & Co Suburban Wholefood Kitchen as your healthy food fairy godmother.

With house-made baked beans, the old favourite that is smashed avo and cups of bone broth on their winter menu, the eatery's nutritious yet delicious range really does speak for itself. Other all-day brekkie options include banana bread, acai bowls and chia pots, with two wraps, a Ruben bagel and four types of salads — including raw zucchini linguine — available for lunch.

And if you're thirsty rather than hungry as you sit under the café's locally focused mural, then expect to sip on Bear Bones boutique coffee or one of a quartet of freshly made smoothies. The Bulldozer features peanut butter, The Energiser boasts a dose of paleo museli, and Berry Bliss offers up just what it sounds like. Our pick, however, is The Incredible. It stuffs kale, cucumber, pineapple and ginger into a blended mix — and really, who could pass up a drink with a name like this?

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