The Burrow, 37 Mollison Street, WEST END QLD 4101

The bunnies went to The Burrow on the weekend.

This former Queensland home turned eatery is located in West End and has become a popular destination for foodies who just want to have a casual dining affair. We rocked up around nine-thirty in the morning and the two-storey establishment was jam packed. Luckily we found a table by the door which provided me with a panoramic view of this place. In addition to the awesome décor, this place’s offers a great vibe and welcoming service.

Our breakfast, Eggs Benedict on sourdough with spinach, hollandaise sauce and smoked salmon ($15.00) and English style savoury mince with poached egg and sourdough ($13.00) arrived at our table at a surprisingly fast speed given how busy the restaurant was. Both were tasty, although the savoury mince had a little too much sweetness to it. I found the portions really generous for what you pay for. It’s so rare that you can get a plate of wholesome breakfast for $13.00 at a good café these days.

I enjoyed the crowd and The Burrow has to be doing something right to win over the crowds from its great next door rival, The Gunshop Café.  

Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $37.50


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