If you are in search for a café with Instagram worthy food options, look no further than Annie Lane Café located north of Brisbane. This Bribie Island café is sure to offer diners indulgent sweet-tooth options or a substantial brunch meal. This award-winning boutique café established by Candice Kiss offers diners a similar experience to its sister café Gather & Feast in Caboolture.
After her success with opening Gather & Feast in Caboolture two and a half years ago, café owner and entrepreneur, Candice decided to further her mouth-watering breakfast and brunch options to the people and visitors of Bongaree. Since opening this Bribie Island café in April, Annie Lane has been a success with its bright and colourful brunch menu options. Candice has dedicated this café to her grandmother, Annie, who is suffering dementia.
Working with local and fresh produce, Annie Lane offers foodies an all-day brunch menu (from 8am till 2pm). Admire just some of the goodness that this Bribie Island café has to offer:
Make sure to visit this boutique café for even more mouth-watering and decadent food options. Annie Lane also offers an under 12’s and “golden oldies” menu which includes waffles, pancakes and bacon and eggs. The north Brisbane café also offers gluten free, keto, sugar-free, vegetarian and vegan options. Annie Lane really caters to everyone and their food requirements.
The crazy shake trend has taken cafes and restaurants by storm in the past few years, and for a good reason – they’re bright, fun and sweetly delicious. Annie Lane owner, Candice Kiss provides sweet-tooths and shake lovers with over the top shakes that will put your glucose levels into full spin. Some of the crazy shakes that this café near Brisbane offers include Krispy Kreme, Popcorn, Funfetti, Wonka and Crazy Unicorn inspired shakes. Be sure to check out these bright and vibrant creations on their social media accounts and in store.
5/1 Toorbul St, Bongaree QLD
(07) 3408 1679
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