The Hot Spots of Hawthorne Road
Giulietta Avenia | On 17, May 2014
Whilst Hawthorne might seem light-years away to those on the north side, to the south siders itâ€™s as central as you can get. Hereâ€™s my pick for some of the best places to eat at Hawthorne Road.
Bungalow 4171 is the cool cat of Hawthorne Road with a 50â€™s themed interior and all day breakfast providing a great start to every day. My pick is the smoked cheddar, fresh tomato and spinach omelette with toast. Aaaaand a side of bacon. No breakfast is complete without bacon.
For a fresher option, their smashed avocado on toast with red onion and capers is fail safe. To further sweeten the deal, each Genovese coffee made at Bungalow is served with a kiss of Hersheyâ€™s chocolate. Mmm, chocolate.
If, like me, you enjoy a treat with your coffee, then continue down the road to Hawthorne Garage, which serves a gorgeous little gingerbread man with their custom blend DNA coffee. With a focus on organic, fresh food, Hawthorne Garage offers a range of freshly made meals such as muesli cups, panini, wraps, salads, rice paper rolls and more. With all these healthy, gourmet options at your fingertips, every morning can be a happy one.
My final pick for Hawthorne Road (whilst technically on Wynnum Road) is Chiangrai Thai at the top of the hill. Sure, eating organic, locally sourced food is always a boost to our health nut ego, but sometimes we just need a dinner of spring rolls, dim sims and a bowl of Pad Thai to wash it all down with. Chiangrai Thai offers just that. Theyâ€™re my go-to for Thai takeaway. And if youâ€™re feeling really chubby, they do delivery!
So come join me on Hawthorne Road-youâ€™re sure to find something you like.
Bungalow 4171Â | 1/134 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne
Dan and Andyâ€™s Hawthorne GarageÂ | 285 Hawthorne Rd, Hawthorne
Chiangrai ThaiÂ | 227 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park