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.