More Brekkies under $10

Do you want to eat like a queen without feeling that your purse has been robbed? After paying over $20 for a smashed avo with goat’s cheese, we went on the hunt for the best priced brekkies in town. This is our second list (linked to our full reviews), with some rippers amongst it. You’ll find our first list of sub-$10 brekkies here.

Old Coach General Store

2 Ziedan Dr, Mudgeeraba Ph: 07 5530 6443

Shane and Michelle Raymond, who took over Mudgeeraba’s Old Coach General Store late in 2017, have big plans for this store come café. They’re delving into food and even extending their fare through Uber Eats. Beyond the usual Fish and chips with gravy, there’s açai bowls on offer and burgers on brioche buns. We tried the Big Boy packed with salad and a delicious beef burger for $9.80, while the Falafel Burger with homemade mint yoghurt and hummus was only $7.50. Shane’s tradie special is a Morning After burger including a cup of local Mudgeeraba coffee for $7.50. With the store open daily from 6am – 7pm, you can ring ahead and your food will be ready for you.

The Oak

Cnr Robert and Railway St, Mudgeeraba Ph: 07 5530 4400

The Oak Café is one of our best finds so far this year! It’s not grand, but it has pedigree, with co-owner/chef Paul Horne having been a chef under Raymond Blanc, at Gwinganna and finally Mondo Organics, Australia’s first licensed organic restaurant, which he credits as the inspiration for The Oak Café’s menu.

Try out The Oak’s Soaked flour pancakes with banana, praline, ice cream and pure maple syrup for $10, or our choice: Activated pistachio and pumpkin granola with fresh apple and natural yoghurt for $9. It’s also a great vegan choice.

Mr Brown’s Tuckshop

5/7 Brown Street, Labrador Ph: 07 5503 1264

We’ve never quite forgiven Rob and Chee for closing Vice Baby, their popup Asian diner in the garden behind Miami Rice, but that’s another story… Labrador is richer, having gained the crafty pair in their café, Mr Brown’s Tuckshop, a little dining beacon in an underserviced suburb.

Their Bacon and egg roll on a milk bun with pickles and homemade relish is $10, and you can choose your Old School Jaffle filling for $9. Mine’s roast mushroom, goat’s cheese and caramelised onion. Yummo!

Little BoHo Café  

18 Christine Ave., Miami Ph: 0403 756 023

When a respected chef decides to do one thing really well, like smoked meat, you can be sure it’s going to be superb…and it is at Little BoHo Café. Nigel Leishman’s slow-cooked brisket rolls smothered in house-made tomato chutney, with rocket, shaved Parmesan and Alabama white BBQ sauce in crisp French buns are simply luscious! ($12)

Little BoHo has three great brekkie options under $10: French croissant with leg ham and Swiss cheese $6, Smoky bacon and egg roll $8.50 or Toasted Turkish with turkey, caramelised onion jam, tomato, cheese and shallots $8.50. Personally, I’d wait for 10am until the meat is finished. I’m dying for one of those brisket rolls right now!

Caffe Republic

Caffe Republic Bronberg Plaza, 62 Slatyer Ave., Bundall Ph: 5539 3060

Peter Dufty is one person who has taken up the challenge of integrating specific dietary requirements into the mainstream menu of Caffe Republic. A classically trained ‘master chef’, Pete’s menu delivers ‘Food with a Conscience’ to your liking: Gluten-free, Paleo, Vegetarian, Dairy-free or Keto.

Whether you are going out to lunch, wish to cut back on your food intake or are a smaller appetite eater, the ‘Light Bites’ section of Caffe Republic’s menu will really hit the spot. You can enjoy quality (in lighter portions) house-baked potato bread, paleo seed toast with avo and dukkah, Bubble and squeak on Sourdough with hollandaise, or House-baked banana bread with berries, butter, coulis, granola and coco whip, all $10 and under!

Euphoria Espresso Café

105/137 Laver Drive, Robina Ph: 07 5562 5388

One could easily enter a state of euphoria looking at Euphoria’s breakfast menu. Esther and Richard are charming hosts, and their café has parking right out the front!

With well over half of the brekkie dishes under $10, it’s difficult for us to make a choice between Mashed avo and feta with a poached egg on rye and a side of capsicum jam for $7.50 (eat your heart out Bernard Salt!), Euphoria’s own Bircher muesli with banana and toasted macadamias, Greek yoghurt and honey $8.70, or Blueberry pancakes with ice cream and maple syrup $9.50

Hard Grind Coffee Retreat

32 Surf Parade, Broadbeach Ph: 07 5538 8138

Sister café to the iconic Hard Coffee of Tedder Avenue, Main Beach, Hard Grind Coffee Retreat is only metres away from Pacific Fair and The oasis, hidden away on the ground floor of the Neptune Resort.

While many of Hard Grind’s brekkie option come in at around $11, the Bacon and egg muffin with tasty cheese, served on a toasted English muffin with BBQ or tomato sauce is a really indulgent smallish brekkie for only $6.80!

Ronnie’s Place

28 Musgrave Ave., Chirn Park Ph: 07 5679 6356

There’s nothing like Ronnie’s for homestyle baking. Ronnie, a caterer, puts her heart and soul into everything, from the café’s home-baked brekkies and lunches, cakes and High Teas, staff’s friendliness, helpfulness and charity work…it’s a delight!

Food is priced to bring customers back, with brekkies including Frank Sinatra eggs your way or a Bacon and egg toastie for $5, Yoghurt and berry parfait or bircher muesli $8.50, Homemade Banana and raspberry bread with yoghurt, berries and homemade butterscotch sauce $9.50, or three fluffy pancakes with maple syrup, mixed berries, whipped cream and our own honeycomb butter for $9. Homemade…get the drift?

The Roost@53

53 Johnston Street, Southport Ph: 07 5591 7438

In the middle of a tradie area and well-used thoroughfare between major roads, The Roost is in workers’ territory. There are plenty of menu items aimed to ‘take and go’ with tradies’ brekkies and lunches racing out the door. What makes The Roost different is that everything, including the bread, is made in house.

Bacon and egg roll for $7, Breakfast Burrito $7, Eggs your way with toast $9, Veggie Burrito with scrambled eggs, spinach, pumpkin, cheese, salsa & hot sauce is $8, and it lasts me two meals! Even an omelette with the lot is $10. So many generously-sized options, keenly priced. No wonder food from The Roost is in hot demand!

Frigg Cafe

10 Frank Street, Labrador Ph: 07 5591 5103

Though the café’s name may sound like a swear word, it’s named after Frigg (or Frija, after whom Friday is named), goddess of domesticity, wisdom, love and marriage, pretty apt considering how the sisters love to cook! They also understand that people have different sizes of appetite, so the café runs two menus: the regular one and a ‘secret’ menu especially sized for (but not confined to) post-bariatric clients.

As it turns out, they’re just my size! Choosing off both menus, there are several options under $10: Free range Free range eggs on toast $9, Acai sorbet parfait with granola $8, Hickory smoked bacon burger $10, and Avo and tomato on sourdough with balsamic glaze $9. Almost all meals on the secret menu are $12 and under. Why eat big if you don’t want to be? That’s my reasoning!

Read our first list of $10 breakfasts here.

 

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