Food mood, it’s real. You know when you say, “I’ll eat anything” but low-key, c’mon you won’t be eating just anything. Somewhere deep in your subconscious resides a small innately stubborn part of you, triggered at any mention of food and where it will be consumed. To paint the picture, I am 70% likely to be in the car when this happens. Dropping dead fuel, making suggestions with my shotgun rider, none of which are satisfactory to my secretly set criteria, and where do I end up? Paying $10 for a plate of carbs I’ve eaten three times this week. So to do us all a solid we’ve curated some of Brisbane’s best food faves to satisfy some of the most common #FOODMOODS. Best use? When you’re driving around on the verge of a first-world mental break-down. Pull over. We got you.
Looking for Brisbane’s best coffee? Do I have a treat for you! If you haven’t already, you need to check out The Tiller Coffee in Alderley – a mere 4k’s north of Brisbane city. If you’re a cawfee nut, this is going to make your little coffee-snob heart go wild.
The Tiller’s coffee is sourced from the famous coffee guys at Wolff Coffee Roasters so you know it’ll be amaarrrzing. Not only is the coffee to die for and the bagels can come GLUTEN FREE AND delicious, but the owners Chris and Charlie will make you melt and want to smooch all over their faces. More delightful baristas, you never will meet.
The Tiller has just released their new menu and it’s pretty dang delish. You can find bagels stuffed with grilled peach, serrano, mint yoghurt and sweet dukkah (best, best, best dukkah ever) OR haloumi, grilled zucchini, rocket and red onion relish. If bagels don’t tickle your fancy and you have a sweet breakky-tooth try their delicious bircher with roasted almonds, ginger and mint. YES FLIPPING PLEASE.
Since moving to the UK a few weeks ago, there are a few things I miss about Brisbane: Friends, kinda. Family, meh (JK Mum). My local coffee joint, The Tiller – SO MUCH.
This post is NOT sponsored. We just seriously love these guys and think you should too! Also – how amazing is this photography by Theresa Grace.
The Tiller Coffee
81 Mina Parade, Alderley (near the big chimney)
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