Bread & Meat Co. | Shop 15, 315 Brunswick Street, FORTITUDE VALLEY QLD 4006

I have been officially banned from hopping out of the bunnie pad this week as the other travel bunnie has deemed that it is too dangerous for me to go out alone in my final week of pregnancy, which inevitably leaves him as my duly appointed food hunter and gatherer.

So last night when the other travel bunnie came home from work, he showed me the website of the newly opened cafe and sandwich shop located in the Fortitude Valley, Bread & Meat Co.. The menu is extremely simple and consists of 3 sandwiches, 3 salads, 3 sides and 2 weekly specials. Tick. The chef has been trained and worked at Katz’s Delicatessen in New York. Tick. Deliciously sounding American style sandwiches at reasonable prices. Big tick.

And when do you propose that we try it out?” I asked the other travel bunnie.

That's when the other travel bunnie pointed out that they actually do FREE CBD lunch time deliveries for orders over $18. What a bargain. Massive tick!

Fast forward to 12.30pm today, our lunch from Bread & Meat Co. was delivered to our apartment right on time and with a friendly smile.

Lunch came in three foam takeaway containers and once I opened the lids, I was extremely impressed with the portions. So the two of us (plus the bub in the oven) sat down and enjoyed a beef brisket dip ($9.50), a porchetta ($9) and some chilli cheese fries ($7.50). The beef brisket dip, in my opinion, is big enough for two to share. Slow roasted for 36 hours, the beef brisket is generously placed on top of melted swiss cheese, horseradish aioli and a side of sweet jus for some extra flavours. It was without a doubt the standout item of the lunch. The porchetta wasn't bad, it had just the right amount of pork crackling. The roasted pork was perhaps slightly dry, but that was easily fixed with a smear of the Dijon mustard that comes with it. As for the chilli cheese fries, we tried very hard to finish them off, but the food was just too much for us to handle.

And just like that, the bunnies have found themselves another delicious lunch option (and all without the need to even leave the bunnie pad).

Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $25

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