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Best Brunch Cafes

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Published January 24th 2011
Lazy Sunday mornings are great. Sleep in, watch some Video Hits, take a shower and head out for some brunch no need to rush!

These are some of Brisbane's most popular brunch spots.

Northside

Cafe Urbano (69A Wilgarning Street, Stafford Heights). A modern Australian cafe with an extensive breakfast menu the conventional big breakfast as well as more gourmet offerings like French toast with poached pears and a prosciutto, semi dried tomato and mozzarella omelette.

C Word (3/1192 Sandgate Road, Nundah). Relax, the C word in question is coffee. The full name is C Word Bagel and Coffee and they offer every bagel combination you can think of.

Eastside

David's off Oxford (1 Wambool Street, Bulimba). For a champagne brunch on a beer budget. Try the Viking Voyage omelette smoked salmon, potato, shallots and cream for only $18.00.

Inner City

Tognini Bistro Cafe Deli (Spring Hill Marketplace, corner Tabot Road and Boundary Street, Spring Hill). Winners of a Savour Australia Restaurant and Catering Award for Excellent for the best breakfast in Queensland, these guys take their brunch pretty seriously.

Gun Shop Cafe (53 Mollison Street, West End). The Gun Shop Cafe is such a popular venue that they don't take bookings on the weekend, so get in early to get a table. Meals are made with ingredients sourced from local markets.

Feel free to share your favourite brunch spots in the comments below.
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