Taste some authentic Queensland flavour with Little Clive’s new menu
In our hurry to devour our eggs benedict or smashed avo, we often give little thought to where our local cafe’s produce is sourced. At Little Clive you never need to fret, with the popular cafe committing to showcasing some of the state’s freshest fare. In case you missed it, Little Clive nabbed the winning vote for best breakfast in 2016’s Taste of Queensland Awards. Now the cafe is unveiling its new seasonal menu, filled with tasty breakfast bites that maintain a strong representation of Queensland produce. We’re stoking the flames of your appetite with a look at Little Clive’s hot smoked trout omelette and dark chocolate chia pudding, which are available now.
Anyone that has frequented Little Clive on Ipswich Road will tell you that the cafe knows how to cater to the breakfast crowd. Last year we were blown away with Little Clive’s grilled haloumi with Glass House Mountains eggs and sautéed mushrooms, which was served with edible flowers and pickled radish. Now on the cusp of a seasonal change, the Little Clive kitchen is shaking things up with a new menu full of dishes that are just as impressive. Staying true to its roots, Little Clive is sticking to using as much Queensland produce as possible, scouring the local markets three times a week for the freshest bites grown in our own backyard.
As the days get cooler (a relief to many of us), Little Clive will be cresting the seasonal waves with an ever-evolving list of specials, though diners can count on a few staples that are sure to become fan favourites. The hot smoked trout omelette is a moreish meal that will surely satisfy, with fresh trout sourced from local whole fish markets and smoked on site before being paired with free-range eggs from the Kairi region or from near the Glasshouse Mountains. If you aren’t yet ready to say goodbye to summer fruit, be sure to sample the dark chocolate chia pudding, served with raspberry gel, fresh berries sourced from near Stanthorpe and toasted almonds. There is plenty more to try, but we suggest popping in and sampling the whole range for yourself.
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