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Brisbane Devoured: In A Pickle

September 16, 2011

In A Pickle

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In A Pickle is certainly the definition of a suburban cafe. Its tucked away in a backstreet of Camp Hill, alongside a few other cafes and restaurants most notably Restaurant Rapide and Mons Sabai Thai. We were only aware of it from reading a review on another blog, and so popped in for brunch whilst in the area.

There is only seating outdoors on the footpath, not usually a problem except for this occasions construction happening across the street. There are some very interesting goods available indoors such as different cordials, conserves and sweets available to buy and take home. There is also a large fridge full of ready to prepare meals for those who need a quick dinner.

We ordered breakfast along with an iced chocolate for myself and a latte for L. Coffee was of a Segafredo blend and reasonably made. My iced chocolate was presented old-school style in a metal cup, icy cold. 

I ordered the Mediterranean baked eggs with rocket and turkish, which was neatly presented in its oven baked pot with sundried tomatoes and was very cheesy. Unfortunately the eggs were already cooked through and kept cooking, so it should have been removed from the oven far sooner. It would have been lovely if the eggs were runny.

Ls dish of poached eggs, mushrooms, spinach with a chilli-mint dressing on top walnut sourdough was a great meal. The walnut sourdough was absolutely delicious and the chilli-mint dressing packed a punch. Poached eggs were done perfectly. 

In a Pickle is a great suburban cafe with good reasonably priced options. Lunch options looked really interesting as well, and its worth a stop by.


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