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  • Caitlin Hogan

Plenty Cafe, West End

If you love your sleep-ins and have an appreciation for all day breakfast menu's then Plenty Cafe was created with you in mind. They are one of the newer kids on the block in West End, opening just last year in November. Plenty Cafe is situated in a large spacious warehouse with raw timber tables with enough room to host a feast fit for a king. Plenty's philosophical motto is 'know your farmer', so you can be guaranteed that only the freshest ingredients sourced from rural farming regions around the Darlings Downs and surrounding areas will be delivered to your plate.


Baked Eggs with Zucchini, Mushrooms, Gruyere and Oregano, Truffle Oil and Sourdough


Mushroom's and Grilled Asparagus on Sourdough with Goat's Cheese and an Oregano Basil Cream: I must admit I'm abit of a mushroom fanatic and when I saw them on the menu, I couldn't pass them up. The basil cream was an innovative addition to your standard mushrooms on toast and added a burst of flavour to the dish. Although this serving size was on the smaller size it was enough to leave me feeling content.

Foodramblings Rating: 6/10

Price: $$ (Average $15)

Plenty Cafe

284 Montague Road, West End, 4101

Brisbane, Queensland

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 6.30am - 3.30pm

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