Little Boho Cafe
If you frequent Christine Avenue and are yet to discover Little Boho Cafe, we have three words for you – smoked brisket rolls. Little Boho lures hungry locals with the promise of meat cooked low and slow in the smoker for up to 12-hours and trust us when we say, you won’t be left hungry. For just $12, you can wrap your mitts around a deliciously crispy-on-the-outside-fluffy-on-the-inside baguette that is loaded with meltingly tender brisket, house-made tomato chutney, rocket, parmesan and drizzled with Alabama white barbecue sauce. Is your mouth watering yet? The smoky pork belly with pear and rocket salad is also a crowd favourite. But be warned, they only makes enough for the day’s trade and they’ve been known to sell out early so if you’re hell bent on brisket, you may want to pre-order that bad boy. The salad for the rolls is all made fresh to order while the sauces and even the gluten-free bread are made in-house. Pretty much the only thing that isn’t are the muffins, which are imported from France because let’s be honest, the French know their baked goods. Little Boho also dishes up a succinct but satisfying selection of fare including acai bowls, a tasty dragonfruit smoothie that is like a meal in a cup and a mighty big breakfast with two eggs, hickory bacon, potato hash, braised mushroom, avocado, chutney and a milk bun for $15. If you’re on the hunt for a seriously good takeaway lunch that won’t break the bank, make a pitstop at Little Boho Cafe.