Nestled on a petite intersection of quiet streets in Clayfield is the Little Corner Cafe. Tucked into a small white Queenslander, with yellow chairs and simple set-up, it is a most inviting spot to spend a quiet morning.
Being fans of breakfast out, Husband and I lost no time in paying this cute cafe a visit after we moved in to the area a fortnight ago.
On the Sunday morning we were there, there was a steady stream of customers and couples, being dealt with expertly by two friendly frantic women in the tiny kitchen. We received an apology for the wait on our coffee and the slight delay between my mela and his, neither of which was significant or even noticed. They were in truth doing an excellent job dealing with their customers and making sure everyone felt chilled out and happy.
Breakfast was eggs and spinach on sourdough with a side of bacon and roma tomatos with Persian feta and sumac on sourdough. Both were plentiful for the price and very tasty. My tomatoes were covered with a generous serve of feta and was just the sort of fresh, tasty alternative I was after, instead of my usual avocado on toast. With two mugs of good coffee, the total came to $31 for two very full people. Other options included spicy texan beans, bircher muesli, bacon and egg panini, field mushrooms and the Queensland classic avocado with lemon and oil.
Little Corner Cafe, with its well-made coffee, tasty food and good prices is sure to be a local hit. We have already promised ourselves fortnightly visits at the least.
Little Corner Cafe
85 Dickson Street
Open from 6am weekdays, 7am weekends