SoBa social might be a little hard to spot at first – the cafe looks rather unassuming from the front, sitting alongside SoBa movement studio at the base of a character-filled heritage-listed 1940s Queenslander. A cabinet brimming with house-baked treats will greet you at the front, but your nose will likely guide you down the narrow passage and past the kitchen to the large grassy backyard, framed by a garden of succulents and cacti, and a dreamy canopy of fairy and festoon lighting above. The all-day menu at SoBa social draws on the greater SoBa ethos, focusing on quality, wholesome and nutritious eats, but with a little bit of fun thrown in the mix. Lighter options such as homemade granola with fresh seasonal fruit will kick-start your day, or you can go all in with the grilled raclette, served with twice-cooked baby potatoes, chorizo, pickled cucumbers, poached eggs, garlic and chives. Everything on the menu can be ordered to take away (including the muffins, sweets, croissants and fresh sandwiches in the front cabinet), and dietary requirements are easily catered for. SoBa social also doubles as a function and event space, with canape and grazing options available.