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Bare Bones Society

Bare Bones Society

| On 25, Oct 2015

Bare Bones Society is not what you might expect, as it sits nestled in between a plethora of homeware shops in Jindalee’s urban Home Base shopping centre.

As the name suggests, the cafe is all about keeping things simple and relaxed, delivering fresh, contemporary flavours and high-quality produce to their customers.The cafe’s back-to-basics focus is also reflected in the décor and the open-plan dining area, which fills the space with natural light and refreshing cross breezes.

Award-winning chef Kym Machin’s menu caters to every taste and preference with plenty of indulgences like the Philly cheese steak burger with chips, but plenty of waist-watching options as well like the goodie bowl or the Buddha bowl.

Bare Bones Society does a classic avocado on toast, but to kick this breakfast favourite up a notch why not try the salmon gravlax with smashed avocado, poached eggs, horseradish mascarpone and toasted organic pumpkin sourdough?


For something a little different in the morning try the corn and chive fritter, which is served with a generous dollop of guacamole, thick strips of haloumi, lashings of tomato relish and plenty of crispy bacon. Such an amazing breakfast!

Open from 8am daily, Bare Bones Society is primarily a breakfast and lunch hot spot but they are open for dinner on Friday nights from 6pm with a focus on modern French cuisine.

The generous portion sizes will leave you feeling more than satisfied and to wash it all down sip on a delicious Toby’s Estate coffee or one of Bare Bones Society’s signature smoothies or juices. Bare Bones Society’s delicious food and trendy fit-out is matched by their outstanding service and their staff’s ‘anything to please’ attitude- a real suburban winner.

Drop by Bare Bones Society everyday from 8am for exceptional service and fantastic, flavoursome food.