Returning to our Sunday Beeakfast outings, the choice today was the quirky food van Kith ‘n’ Chow, located in Mount Gravatt. Quite an electic choice of seating including this van complete with stools inside and out. A novel table for customers and one which, I have no doubt, is a hit with many.Today was a somewhat moody, wet, Brisbane day, which had us wondering what would happen, given the table settings are outside. We soon discovered there was no problem at all. Why you may ask? Simply because this food van operates in conjunction with a florist next door. The florist shop provides the coffees to accompany the gastronomic delights of the food van.
Seated under shelter, we perused the menu to decide upon breakfast choices. Having seen some photos of the breakfast platters, Hubby was in no doubt what his choice would be- you guessed it a platter.
What a simply delightful spread, not only the display, but for the taste sensations contained within. Those cherry tomatoes pan seared in a herb vinaigrette were sensational. Eggs and bacon I’m told were fresh, and the haloumi was a definite favourite of Hubbys. His first time trialling this particular cheese.
Frozen yoghurt topped with a bright pansy, contained crunchy roasted granola which mixed well with frozen creamy yoghurt and strawberries.Juices and Smoothies are offered on the drinks menu. The choice, like the food menus, has been keep to a small yet varied number of choices.
Sunrise Juice, P nutter Smoothie, Green Glory and Pinkle. My choice was the Pinkle, a very refreshing light, tasty juice where the watermelon apple and lemon mixed nicely to gently tease the tastebuds.
Take the time to visit this interesting cafe. The idea of incorporating a quaint food van into the area looks to have paid off, It certainly creates a talking point, and they have in no way skimped on the quality and presentation of their food.