Nundah Corner Cafe & Bistro

Nundah's neighbourhood cafe where you can grab smashed avo, sarnies and smoothies.
Laura Dawson
Published on May 12, 2017
Updated on October 04, 2017


When the Blockbuster Video closed down we should have seen it coming: Nundah, a once sleepy suburb in Brisbane's inner north, is changing. And now it's home to some pretty great spots for a bite to eat. The latest place to go for a bit of brunch is Nundah Corner Cafe & Bistro.

The menu is a perfect exercise in options — there's just enough to choose from. Choose from smashed avo on dark rye with feta with pumpkin hummus ($14.50 or $18.90 with poached eggs) or the eggs Benny with bacon, mushroom or smoked fish ($18) — or just grab the Nundah Grill with bacon, sausage and haloumi ($22) and maybe wander home for a nap after breakfast. They do lunch too, with a selection of sarnies ($11.90) and a takeaway cabinet if you're in a rush with pre-made lunch treats galore. If you've got a decent lunch hour, get a wagyu burger with chips ($19.50). They're going to be licensed soon — but in the meantime, they've got a solid range of smoothies and drinks to tide you over.


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