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6 Cosy Winter Brunches in Canberra

Lazy weekend mornings catching up with your squad or a cute date with bae, brunch is the only answer! That limbo period between breakfast and lunch, where foods on either end of the spectrum are available, brunch aims to please all! Canberra has some great options and we’re here to give you a list of cosy winter brunch locations.

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The Cupping room

A veteran favourite of Canberra brunches, the Cupping Room has a solid reputation for delicious seasonal food that caters to a variety of dietary needs. With an all-day menu featuring classic brunch favourites like perfect poached eggs and fluffy French toast, it’s easy to see why it’s a loved by locals.

Found: 1/1-13 University Ave, Canberra | www.thecuppingroom.com.au

Sweet Bones Bakery and Café

Canberra’s resident vegan friendly eatery, even the most dedicated of omnivores will find something to eat. With all-day breakfast and delicious sweet treats on the side, Sweetbones has it all. The pancakes and loaded banana bread are highly recommended or try out the breakfast burger with a tofu scramble for something a little different.

Found: 8/18 Lonsdale St, Braddon | https://sweetbonescompany.com/

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Doughnut Department

Nestled on the edge of No Name Lane in the centre of the city, who says you can’t have dessert for breakfast? Not Doughnut Department. Alongside delightful baked doughnuts exists a small, yet flavoursome all-day menu. Bruschetta is good any time of day, but it’s even better with a doughnut base! The chia pudding and cheese on toast are definitely not ones to pass up either.

Found: 2 Alinga St, Canberra | https://thedoughnutdept.com.au/

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Teddy Pickers Café

Locally sourced, fresh and delicious, Teddy Picker’s is a top choice for brunch. It’s simple food and brunch favourites done incredibly well. There’s plenty of alternative dietary options on all the meals so those of you with intolerances or allergies, here is your you’re latest friendly place to eat! If you’re stopping in, you really can’t say no to the French toast – because who can say no to custard and vanilla bean ice cream for breakfast?

Found: 67 Constitution Ave, Campbell | www.teddypickers.com.au

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Fox and bow

A little gem hidden in the south, Fox and Bow brings the goods when it comes to simple, classic food with a modern Australian twist. With close-knit family vibes throughout the café, it really is a place for the locals. Don’t pass up the Princess Fiona hotcake or Mr Fox big breakfast to suit your needs any time of day.

Found: 4 Farrer Pl, Farrer | www.foxandbow.com.au

Chatterbox Espresso Bar

A different experience, Chatterbox offers half serves of their meals so you can still fit in your lunch plans too! A quality local gem, the meals have a real homey feeling, the potato stack and truffled eggs are perfect for a winter morning.

Found: 40 Cameron Ave, Belconnen | www.chatterbox-catering.com.au

I’m sure you’ll agree, brunch is always a good idea. Reward yourself post workout, convince your gals or even treat mum to taste these faves.

Written by Alannah Andreini

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