Pawpaw | Cnr Potts St And 898 Stanley Street, WOOLLOONGABBA QLD 4102

We woke up to a grey raining Monday, feeling hungry. We weren't sure if anywhere in the city would be open given that it was a public holiday. When we walked to almost the end of Eagle Street and realised that we were out of luck, Pawpaw came to mind.

We immediately hailed a cab and not too long after, the car pulled up at Pawpaw in Woolloongabba.

Expectedly, the cafe was pumping. We were seated at a cosy table by the wall, which was covered by shimmering gold and green bamboo themed wallpaper.

Our waitress was kind enough to advise us that the prices on the menu had been adjusted to include a 15% public holiday surcharge but my eyes were already checking out food options. On reflection, I found that even with the inclusion of the surcharge, the prices were still reasonable and still cheaper than a few popular breakfast joints in Brisbane.

Our breakfast consisted of sipping on a latte ($4) and Earl Grey ($3.5) before moving on to the corn fritters with chipotle sour cream, avocado and sweet tomato relish (normally $13.90) and the Canadian breakfast – French toasted Brioche served with crispy bacon, caramelised banana & maple syrup (normally $16.90)both of which were beautifully presented and tasted even better than they looked. The corn fritters didn't have too many elements and the simplicity of the dish really brought out the tasty ingredients.

To top it off, the friendly service made our breakfast an uplifting experience on rainy day.

Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $44.60 (inclusive of public holiday surcharge)

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