Planning a trip up the range to Toowoomba any time soon? If so, you need to check out a fabulous cafe/restaurant called the Park House Cafe.
Park House Cafe - Toowoomba
It is located along the camphor laurel lined street, opposite Queens Park, close to the centre of Toowoomba. The location is in Margaret Street and the cafe is a heritage-listed house that has been renovated into a unique dining experience.
Outdoor relaxed atmosphere
It has relaxed outdoor seats under big beautiful trees, as well as a large indoor seating. This would be very comfortable and cosy for a romantic meal for two or a large group of family and friends, especially in the cooler months and evenings.
We found ourselves in Toowoomba this past weekend and decided to have brunch here on Sunday. Even though it was extremely busy and many tables had been reserved (good to know if you want a seat), my son and I were lucky to find a table out under the lovely maple tree. The tree was in all its glorious autumn colours.
Dining in nature
They have table service and I would like to acknowledge that the staff were extremely efficient and they all seem to work so well together to take our orders, bring our coffee and then our meals in such good timing.
My coffee order was a chai latte which I enjoyed with the Garden Plate, a delicious array of poached eggs with asparagus, field mushrooms, roasted tomatoes, homemade relish and toasted rye for $19.90.
My son ordered the more hearty choice of the Park House Breakfast which consisted of eggs your way with bacon, sausages, herb butter mushrooms, tomato, toast and hash brown for $21.60.
Park House Breakfast
Our plates were empty by the end of our meal as they were quite yummy and hit the spot - giving us the fuel for our trip back to Brisbane.
The Park House Cafe is open every day from 6am to late and offers breakfast (all day), lunch, light snacks, coffee and cake and even have an extensive dinner menu. They are licensed and have a good selection of wines, beer and other drinks.
For the sweet tooth
As it does get busy, I would suggest making a booking, especially if you want a table. They also allow dogs in the outdoor seating area so your pampered pooch can join you. Parking is along the street, which is opposite the Queens Park, so it can get busy.
This will be another place to go when we next visit Toowoomba.