Found a breakfast treasure – Cirque, too bad it’s not in Perth!

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We just picked up our hire car from europcar and manage to stumble upon this cool lil breakfast place in fortitude valley – Cirque.

I had a freshly squeezed orange juice and my hubby had a latte (a larger than usual glass) and between us, we shared the white chocolate buttermilk pancakes with mascarpone and eggs benedict with bacon.

The pancakes I must say, were the best I’ve ever had and I’m not much of a sweet tooth in the morning, I usually crave savory foods first thing. The mascarpone and the strawberry sauce really made the difference to the pancakes! The eggs benedict was tasty too. The servings were fantastic and it was reasonably priced, $38 for the two of us.

We only found this breakfast gem because burger boy and I were on the way to Byron Bay and was keen to get a quick breakfast in and couldn’t find parking in front of Maccers 😉

I will def be coming back here (next time we are in Brissie anyway), wish it was a Perth – I’d be a local for sure.

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I have foodie cravings all the time and sometimes at very odd hours, hence the name of this food blog, where I share my love for Perth food, writing and interviews with inspirational foodies who have made their mark in the food scene. I also own Crust Mount Lawley with my burger eating half burger boy and have a mini me who eats all my food, she goes by the name junior burger on the blog :)

8 Comments

  1. I’m yet to experience this one but my foodie fanatic sister Sarah assures me the grub here is pretty much orgasmic. By foodie fanatic, I mean I would challenge you to find someone more extreme about their food – Her Sunday afternoon hobby is rereading her Donna Hay cookbooks for the 30th time. Sarah’s recommendation: smoked rainbow trout with poached eggs, truffle oil, potato rosti and toasted sourdough.

    Check out my blog for more Brisbane breakfasts – http://tuningintrekkingout.wordpress.com/category/food/
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    • oh my your sister is a super foodie fanatic, I love my food but I don’t think I could re-read my Donna Hay cook books that many times!!! When we head to Brisbane next we will def be visiting Cirque again and I haven’t had anything but breakfast thgere so keen to check out the lunch menu :) btw nice blog Andrea!

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