Tucked away in the northern end of Samford Village lies an artisanal bakery near Brisbane passionate about delivery a world-class café and dining experience for all. Indulge on sweet treats and a nice warm cuppa as you relax in the Moreton Bay Region hinterland at the Little Tree Bake & Brew House.
Rated 5 out of 5 on Facebook, you can from Wednesday – Monday, 6:30 am – 3:30 pm, enjoy a menu created and curated with local, seasonal produce in mind, all created from scratch (including the butter!) in their own kitchen and on-site bakery. A family-friendly café, Little Tree welcome you and your pets to dine in or take away with their gourmet sweet treats, pastries and energising coffees.
While Little Tree Bake & Brewhouse specialise in artisan baked sourdough breads, croissants, brioches, gourmet pies and pastries, their menu extends beyond your normal bakery foods. You can also enjoy Fonzie Abbott coffee, Tielka organic teas, HRVST juices, as well as a fine selection of beer, wine and spirits and with gluten-free, vegetarian, dairy-free and vegan options, everyone is sure to find a treat they’ll enjoy.
Their brunch menu (available from 7:00 am until 2:00 pm) includes fresh seasonal salads, toasted coconut and cranberry muesli, walnut and date fruit toast, smashed avo, smoked pulled beef, zucchini and quinoa fritters, and chorizo and tomato baked eggs.
Hot meals, until sold out, features a range of house-made pies such as the Moroccan lamb, Beef and shiraz, Chicken and mushroom, and Spiced sweet potato. They also have a lamb and harrisa sausage roll or a pork, fennel and apple sausage roll. Don’t forgot all that delicious pastry is made from scratch! You can definitely taste the difference – it’s the best kind of comfort food.
Looking to add a little something on the side? Order some extra tomato relish, a pastured free-range egg, confit mushroom, hashcake, marinate feta and Borgo chorizo or Pandalyessi haloumi, Borgo pancetta, broad bean and avo smash.
Kids under 12 can enjoy a slice of fruit toast, a slice of ciabatta and scrambled eggs or a mini muesli with a choice of milk.
In a gorgeous sustainable-themed café, you can pull up a ‘tree stool’ and enjoy the beautiful ambience of their outdoor setting, decorated with stones, trees, and ferns to match their rainforest backdrop.
To reduce wastage, all food scraps go back to LOOP Growers who will use the scraps as compost to help encourage healthy growth in their crops. In turn, the harvested produce will find its way to Moreton Bay Region local businesses, creating a closed-loop system of support.
“Our family of four had the most amazing brunch here today at the Little Tree. Everything is exceptional; the friendly and accommodating staff, the relaxed ambiance, and most importantly..... the incredibly delicious food, which is generous in portion and taste. The fabulous menu was a lovely surprise and suffice to say, this cafe will be our new regular.” Kerry-Anne, Facebook Review
“Fantastic venue! Beautiful outdoor atmosphere under the trees, or you can always sit inside if you wish. The ambiance of the restaurant is relaxing. Food absolutely beautiful and have never had a bad meal here! Congrats to Venn and David on a wonderful venue to enjoy.” Paul, Facebook Review
“The food here is amazing. They only have a few vegan options but I’ve been stoked with everything I’ve had (especially the porridge). Wonderful set up, friendly staff and great atmosphere too.” Tabitha, Facebook Review
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