Bungalow 4171 | 1/134 Hawthorne Road, HAWTHORNE QLD 4171

With my expected due date only a few days away, I suggested to the other travel bunnie that we head out for a decent breakfast somewhere that we've never been before. And so we ended up at Bungalow 4171.

Set in a cute one-storey corner house in Hawthorne, the vintage d├ęcor of the eatery reminded us of grandma's house. It's warm and welcoming.

The breakfast menu offers simple and rustic dishes in a reasonable price range. The other travel bunnie had the breakfast pizza w' spinach, roasted tomato relish, bacon, fried egg, chorizo and cheese ($14.50) while I decided to have the sweet corn and chorizo cakes w' spinach, spiced ketchup, aioli and toast ($16). The generous portion of the dishes were very welcomed by us as the food was tasty and familiar. There was no fancy ingredients or obscure cooking techniques involved; the breakfast was simple, homely yet delicious, and it was everything that we wanted for breakfast that morning.

If you feel up to it, I highly recommend the iced chocolate ($5) (it was so yummy that I literally took the glass away from the other travel bunnie and almost gulped the whole thing down...) otherwise Bangalow 4171 also serves Byron Bay Teas at $3.50 per pot which are quite nice too.

Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $39

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  1. Hi Jen,
    Your reviews always make me want to go for brunch, lunch, dinner and dessert all at onceAll the best with the arrival of your little one too

  2. Thank you for your beautiful comment Joanie :) PS. Elliot is such a cutie! x