When you need brekky on the run!
It’s an all-too-familiar tale: you’ve dashed out the door and put the most important meal of the day to the back of your mind. But no more! Here in Brisbane, these breakfast rolls are the best money can buy.
1. Saabi on Manson | Hendra
From 6am weekdays and 7am weekends, you can grab a Saabi brekky roll served in a mini oven-baked baguette with bacon, cheese, tomato, chutney and rocket. Whether you want to throw down a rug in the backyard of the café, park your bike down the side, or chill out in the courtyard with your fur child, Saabi on Manson has you covered.
2. Honor Food Co. | New Farm
If you’re after something a little lighter and bite-sized, Honor Food Co. has egg and bacon sliders to curb your morning tummy grumbles from 6am daily. A slider alongside your morning brew is a match made in heaven for any busy body.
3. The Cutting Board | Brisbane
When you’re in a rush and can’t wait for breakfast rolls to be prepared, head over to The Cutting Board in the CBD. Available from 6am and at a flat rate of $9 each, the range of pre-prepared options includes The Reuben, with house corned beef, Swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing, sauerkraut, pickles and coleslaw. You’ll never want to miss breakfast again.
4. Let Minnow Café | Clayfield
From 6.30 am daily, Let Minnow Café serves The Good Morning Burger, which boasts a fried egg, bacon, rocket, cheddar, house aioli and house relish on a toasted brioche bun. Everything from fresh produce to the crockery at Let Minnow Café is sourced locally.
5. Ben’s Burgers | Fortitude Valley and West End
Ben’s Burgers is known for a simple yet effective burger range that always delights, especially for breakfast. You can choose from one of three brekky options; bacon and egg, sausage and egg and The Elvis for those with a sweeter tooth (think bacon, bananas and maple syrup). Available at both Fortitude Valley and West End, Ben’s is open from 7am.
6. Crema and Cream | Stafford
If you can’t turn down anything smothered in hollandaise, this is for you. A brekky roll with bacon, fried egg, grilled haloumi, avocado, spinach and hollandaise on a milk bun can be found at Stafford’s Crema and Cream from 6am.
7. King Arthur | Fortitude Valley
If a fresh snap of local greens is something you need to liven up your breakfast rolls, King Arthur in Fortitude Valley has what you need. From 7am, you can enjoy fried egg, mozzarella and green tomato relish. And you’ll spend the rest of the day wondering why your bacon wasn’t replaced with greens sooner.
8. Artie & Mai | Albion
Nestled in Albion Village, Artie & Mai offers a special version of the iconic Aussie brekky roll. With all the ingredients you’d expect (including bacon and egg), Artie & Mai’s chef contributes their own twist with the addition of sweet and spicy chili jam, available from 7am.
9. Pablo | New Farm
House-made rolls prepared fresh daily – what more could you want? Alongside their breakfast rolls, Pablo boasts a wide range of drinks, including watermelon, pineapple and mint frappes and burnt marshmallow milkshakes. You can pop over to their little corner of the world from 7am.
10. Naïm | Paddington
Naïm’s all-day burger will spice up your morning. Take a swing at pulled brisket patty, Israeli chimichurri, mayonnaise, cheese, baby spinach and popcorn cauliflower. Naïm opens at 7.30am, seven days a week.
11. Aquila | Brisbane
The Denva Special serves as Aquila’s take on the Aussie brekky roll, with bacon, two eggs and provolone cheese on Turkish bread with pesto. Located on Eagle Street, Aquila serves breakfast from 6am. While you’re there, why not give their breakfast pizza a go?
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