A new Middle Eastern-inspired menu at Canteen Kitchen
A comforting new autumn/winter menu has rolled out at Canteen Kitchen offering a delicious introduction to Middle Eastern-inspired fare and adding a unique dimension to Burleigh Heads’ culinary offering.
If you’re growing a touch weary of the same old bacon and eggs breakfasts and humdrum brunches, allow Canteen Kitchen to reinvigorate your daytime dining with Middle Eastern flavours of spicy cumin and zesty sumac. The new all-day menu is perfect for those who don’t like their options limited by the clock so you won’t be secretly judged for ordering a burger for breakfast, on the contrary, the staff at Canteen Kitchen encourage this kind of culinary open-mindedness. The Za’atar Chicken Burger with avocado, pineapple chilli chutney, minted yoghurt and Lebanese cucumber delivers a deliciously sweet and spicy sensory sensation at any time of the day. If you’re not feeling quite so adventurous, the Spiced French Toast with labneh, caramelised figs and blueberry compote is a popular choice. On a cool morning, it’s also pretty hard to go past the Spinach Labneh Tagine with baked eggs, shanklish (a sharp, crumbly feta-esque cheese) and za’atar Turkish bread. If it all gets a bit much, put your faith in the Chef’s Special and allow head chef Andy Wyper to whip up something marvellous. The produce at Canteen Kitchen is locally-sourced and everything is prepared onsite, including the flatbread that is baked daily.
Finish your meal with a cup of Canteen’s own signature coffee blend or for a quick pick-me-up, opt for a shot of the evolving single origin, which is currently from Bolivia and offers caramel sweetness with notes of apricot and honey, or for a little something extra, relocate next door to Canteen Coffee for one of the house-made sweets. See our Stumble Guide for opening times.
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