Fuzzy Duck Cafe is located in the suburb of Kedron, an inner northern suburb that is only 7km from Brisbane's CBD. It's quiet location, nestled among a string of residential streets, makes for the perfect place to share a meal with close friends and family. Some of you might be thinking that Fuzzy Duck Cafe is located in a suspiciously familiar location - the cafe where Fuzzy Duck now sits used to be known as Little PawPaw; but Little PawPaw has since closed and is running under new business owners - cue Fuzzy Duck!
Fuzzy Duck Cafe has an expansive outdoor seating area - one of the biggest I've seen. Their simple tables and chairs may appear like a mishmash of white, silver, and wood, but the colours blend together nicely. Fuzzy Duck also have some indoor seating options available indoor too, although choices are more limited. Inside, you will also find lots of duck-themed decor, for obvious reasons!
I love it when cafes have all-day menus because I'm one of those people who will never get sick of breakfast options! The only thing better than having breakfast during breakfast time is having breakfast during breakfast time while knowing you can have breakfast again during lunch. Fuzzy Duck have heaps of vegetarian and gluten-free options to choose from, in addition to a 'Little Ducklings' Menu' (for the under 12's only), and a lunch menu, served from 10:30am onwards.
It's important to note that food and drinks are to be ordered and paid for at the counter at Fuzzy Duck Cafe. In addition, their kitchen closes 30 minutes before the advertised closing time - on quieter days, they might close 30 minutes earlier altogether! Service was quick, despite it being a relatively busy Sunday afternoon. I wasn't feeling particularly hungry on this day, so I opted only for 2 sides - mushrooms and sausages. They came in a cute little 'wok' style pan - so adorable! However, had I been more hungry, I would most definitely have gone for the Big Fuzzy Breakfast! My friend ordered a sweet breakfast, the Banana Flour Pancake served with coconut jam, grilled lime, macadamia nut ice cream, with a mango, passionfruit, mint, and strawberries.
My friend and I didn't have any drinks on the day, but for the caffeine enthusiasts, Fuzzy Duck uses Campos Coffee, the specialty coffee lovers. On the topic of drinks, Eddy was provided with a water bowl - thanks Fuzzy Duck!
Yes! We had such a lovely afternoon there. Fuzzy Duck's outdoor seating allowed for plenty of shade from the Queensland sun, which can be quite harsh at times. Coupled with the quiet location and the gentle breeze, we really couldn't have asked for more in terms of ambience. Service was fast and friendly, and they were very much dog-friendly - we saw several other dogs there, who were as friendly as the staff and other patrons!